The Best Cafes That Opened In Brisbane In 2018

The Best Cafes That Opened In Brisbane In 2018

For all of your avo on toast needs.

By Melissa Myrteza | 18th December 2018

A café is a humble entity that cradles us when we’re hungover, supports our jitters when we need an extra cup and settles our stomachs when we become a little hangry. With such an important place in Australian culture, cafés have a high spot in our daily lives, which is why we have created the ultimate roundup of the 7 best cafes to open in Brisbane in 2018.

Huskk Café | Grange

This suburban hot-spot is known for welcoming furry friends of every size. Serving up Bear Bones beans with seasonal produce sourced locally, Huskk café is rooted in every local’s heart.

 

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Dicki’s | New Farm

Plant-based dining is having a moment, so what better time for Dicki’s to pop up in New Farm, serving up vegan goodies galore. With a resident DJ, bowls that glow and avo toppings you’ve never tried, we can guarantee you won’t be missing dairy.

 

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Freja’s | Wilston

Situated right outside Style HQ, you can trust us when we say Freja’s is one seriously epic café. Try a macadamia latte paired with one of their serious breaky options for an unforgettable al fresco start to your morning.

 

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Macho Macho | Ashgrove

From hotcakes to hash cakes (the potato kind), Macho Macho is the airconditioned spot when you’re after somewhere bursting with character. Their seasonal menus are truly drool-worthy, so check out their Instagram for the ultimate breakfast inspo.

 

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Florence Café | Camp Hill

Known for their nourishing menu, speciality coffee and exclusive staples, it is easy to see what draws in the crowds. With a Scandinavian wooden interior and a calming white exterior, their menu won’t be the only thing you’re gushing about.

 

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Tuckshop Time | Woolloongabba

Rainbow superfood lattes and inscribed dog treats are not even half the appeal. Tuckshop time satisfies the children in us, inspired by all things colourful and playful innocence. Grab-n-go or sit down and dine, it’s always Tuckshop Time!

 

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Article by Melissa Myrteza

Mel always has one eye on the funkiest happenings around town and the other one on the best ramen joints. When she’s not crossing another country off her bucket list, she’s either reading, painting or sippin’ on a glass of red.