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  • Cinema Café

    Just down the road from the Balmoral Cineplex, Cinema Café boasts a great dining atmosphere along the Oxford Street dining and shopping strip. Fill up on one of the options on its Greek-style menu or try and fail to resist the cake cabinet  with a great range of sweets and read more

  • Little Gnome

    Bookworms, find yourself a nook and enjoy Little Gnome’s range of mainstream publications or a title by local Australian, self-published authors, on which the store has a strong focus. Don’t forget the delicious coffee and sweet treats available. Found at Wynnum on Brisbane’s bayside, Little Gnome is much more than read more

  • The Smug Fig

    A welcome newcomer to Stanley Street, The Smug Fig is bringing breakfast staples with marvellous twists to East Brisbane locals. With a shipping container out front serving coffee from 6am, the friendly vibes waft back into the open cafe, where breakfast starts at 7am.

  • Getta Burger

    Burger mecca, Getta Burger, has come to West End and is bigger and better than ever. Mega burgers and even more mega milkshakes (apple pie in a milkshake = genius) means it is the place to go all out. Cheat days here we come!  

  • Pineapple Express Superfood Box

    Pineapple Express has a little sister on James Street in Fortitude Valley, Pineapple Express Superfood Box! Bringing their health-nut, organic and fresh-obsessed vibes from Hamilton, the Box will serve up the same goodness from a neat menu of acai bowls, salads and wraps, fresh juices and smoothies, Campos coffee, and read more

  • My Street Food Vietnamese

    My Street Food in Woolloongabba is a Vietnamese take away heaven. Crusty banh mi, tangy vermicilli noodle bowls and Vietnamese coffee that will rock your world (literally) means there’s a line up most days. We recommend joining the queue.

  • Wolff Rost Haus

    In recent years, Wolff Coffee Roasters’ master roaster, Peter Wolff, has completely revamped Brisbane’s coffee scene, taking our daily caffeinating ritual and turning it into an artform in every conceivable respect. Now the operation behind the flavourscapes of Dandelion & Driftwood, Queen of Pops and some of Brisbane’s finest coffee read more

  • Miss Kay’s

    New to the American dining scene in Brisbane is Miss Kay’s Burger Bar. Serving up the kind of burgers you’d hand over your first born for, Miss Kay’s is your go-to for hand made 300 day grain fed Angus beef burgers and authentic ‘fast food’. Think classic cheesburgers and fries, read more

  • Felix Espresso

    Felix Espresso and Wine Bar on Burnett Lane is  a must visit in Brisbane’s CBD – a charming architect designed café by day, wine bar by night carved out of an old record storage room, serving top notch coffee and delicious premise-baked food. The window from which Jimmy Hendrix used read more

  • The Deck on George

    The Deck on George is the unique casual al fresco café bar arm of Brisbane’s upmarket dining institution Augustine’s on George. Annexed to the restaurant which occupies the end terrace of Brisbane’s heritage-listed The Mansions, this sunny purpose-built deck and undercover terrace is a great off-the-beaten-track destination to enjoy a budget version of read more

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