Brisbane restaurants and cafes

From dusk till dawn, Brisbane’s fast-evolving foodie scene is buzzing with innovative restaurants, personality-packed small bars and creative cafes. With 260 days of sunshine year-round, the City lends itself to alfresco dining and has forged its own food culture with dedicated eat streets and a new breed of smart-casual eateries. If you love to eat your way around a city, Brisbane is the perfect place to unfold your napkin.

South Bank restaurants and cafes

Think of South Bank as the foodie hub and you will find something for every taste, budget and dining experience. Head to Little Stanley and Grey streets to explore a mass of multicultural menus from Japanese and Greek-inspired street food, to sangria bars and craft beer haunts. For classic Aussie pub-grub and homemade market treats, hit up Stanley Street Plaza or if you want your meals served with river and city views on the side, check out these restaurants at River Quay

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Pumpyard Bar and Brewery

Ipswich City, Ipswich Area
Beer and gourmet food lovers travel from near and far to Pumpyard Bar and Brewery in the eclectic Top of Town area of the Ipswich Central Business District. Situated in the historic former Technical College, which opened in 1901, Pumpyard has won an enviable reputation as the place to go for top quality, locally brewed beer and plenty of atmosphere.

XXXX Brewery Tours

Milton, Brisbane Area
XXXX, it's Queensland for beer, but have you ever wondered how this iconic brew got its name? Would you like to see something different, have a good time and taste their famous XXXX beers? Then come to the XXXX Brewery Tour.

Ocean View Estates Winery, Restaurant and Craft Brewery

Ocean View, Moreton Bay Area
Ocean View Estates is a place to escape and be spoilt with elegant food in the a la carte restaurant created by Head Chef Tony Tierney, wine passionately made by Winemaker and Owner Thomas Honnef, craft beer made by one of Australia’s few female brewers, Hannah Honnef.

Club Services Ipswich (formerly Ipswich RSL)

North Ipswich, Ipswich Area
They are a proud member of the Ipswich community and are open seven days a week, 10am to 4am guaranteed (with the exception of Good Friday and Christmas Day). Their Club boasts a state of the art New Sports Bar and TAB – packed with amazing L.

Crema Lovers Cafe

Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim Area
Customers have described Crema Lovers as “Tamborine’s Finest Espresso”. They have the best coffee and is the highly rated on Bean Hunter. If you like your elixir of life, pure and unadulterated, Crema Lovers is your best bet.

Lemon Lovers Gelato and Cheese

Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim Area
Lemon Lovers Gelato and Cheese makes their Gourmet Gelato and Sorbets in house. They also stock a variety of Pure Artisan Cheese made locally on Tamborine Mountain. Traditional Gelato Flavours like Hazelnut, Chocolate, Lemon, Pistachio as well as some new flavours for you to try.


Booval, Ipswich Area
If you're in Ipswich and love your craft beer and mouthwatering food, then Tap'd at the PA Hotel will be paradise for you. Boasting 72 beers and ciders on tap, Tap'd is the largest craft beer bar in the southern hemisphere.

Dancing Bean Specialty Roasters and Espresso Bar

Ipswich Area
Dancing Bean – Ipswich’s own coffee roaster. Dancing Bean Espresso Bar is actually a whole lot more than the name suggests. It’s there, in a converted warehouse at the end of a laneway off busy Brisbane Street, that award-winning roaster Rob Mergard gets busy at the roaster.

Wild Lime Cooking School

Darlington, Scenic Rim Area
Wild Lime Cooking School uses wild bush food in fusion with Asian and Mediterranean cuisine. A two hour hands on class is followed by lunch with local wines. The venue is Worendo Cottages situated 90 minutes from both Brisbane and the Gold Coast at the wilderness end of Lamington National Park.

Harvest Restaurant and Bar

Ipswich Area
Harvest Restaurant and Bar is located in Metro Hotel Ipswich International at 43 South Street, Ipswich. Harvest Restaurant and Bar serves dishes using the local produce of the Greater Ipswich Region, from the Lockyer Valley to the Scenic Rim and Somerset.
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Brisbane City restaurants and cafes

Brisbane City has nooks of deliciousness left, right and centre so there’s no shortage of top-tier fare to bite into. Internationally-inspired eats are tucked in quaint laneways off busy streets like Elizabeth, Edward and George where, coincidentally, the food is good enough for a Royal to eat. Make a beeline for Queen Street Mall for a buzzing, yet laidback restaurant and café culture that serves everything from five-star to fast-food. For panoramic views of Story Bridge, head to Eagle St Pier and chew next to a Brisbane icon.

Fortitude Valley and New Farm restaurants and cafes

Neighbouring suburbs Fortitude Valley and New Farm have a lot to answer for when it comes to Brisbane’s culinary cool status. The lively entertainment borough of Fortitude Valley serves up a full-course of chic and casual restaurants along Brunswick St and Ann St to authentic oriental delights at Chinatown Mall. In New Farm, foodies can get a taste of fresh produce at the day markets and fine dining at the affluent haunts at night along James St.

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