Joey’s | Kangaroo Point

Joey’s | Kangaroo Point

Euro summers meet the Queenslander

By Dinushka Gunasekara | 27th October 2020

The views alone bring the flocks to Kangaroo Point Cliffs, so if you throw in iconic prawn sandwiches, fresh and considered cocktails, and good vibes all ‘round, you know you have yourself a winner. That’s the exact equation bringing Joey’s to life.

Hailing from an envious position atop the Kangaroo Point Cliffs, local entrepreneurs Jordan Cowen, Michael Koo and Mark Bignell will be elevating your dining experience, literally. They’ve taken over the landmark site to provide the community with a delicious destination that celebrates Brissy’s idyllic surroundings. Impressively boasting 180º views from the Botanic Gardens to the city skyline (yeah, you know the one), Euro summers meet the quintessential Queenslander in playful cohesion.

Former Howard Smith Wharves Creative Director, Kara Hynes, has paved the way to Joey’s charming character, laying on the freshness in weatherboard exteriors and bright and light interiors. From the elevated deck dining area to the custom-made lighting in rattan and alabaster stone, it’s the epitome of easy breezy.

Hit the deck for your Sunday brunch, lazy long lunch or date night, while cliff joggers can take advantage of their new coffee pitstop. With a custom-built wood fired pizza oven on entry, the homely kitchen is led by former Cru Bar Executive Chef, Jason Walker, who will showcase locally sourced produce designed to be shared amongst refreshing menu items such as their signature kingfish tacos, crab linguini or mezze board. And, as for the wine list, it’s been carefully curated by Judy Hirst Award Winner and Australian Sommelier of the Year, Ian Trinkle, so you can safely expect it to be divine.



Article by Dinushka Gunasekara

Notorious for turning a random encounter into a three-hour conversation and running across streets to pat a dog, Dinu is a curious girl who loves a good story. Her extensive knowledge of Donald Glover is yet to come to good use and she would do basically anything for a hash brown. Catch her bombarding her friends with articles she thinks they should read or spending way too much time creating the perfect playlist.