There’s never a dull moment in our beautiful city of Brisbane. It seems as though there are brand spanking new culinary delights popping up at every turn, patiently waiting to fulfil our cravings. Whether you are in the mood for traditional Italian, playing arcade games with cocktails, or eating whisky oats, we’re sure there is something new for you. Keeping up with all the latest food hotspots can be overwhelming, so we’ve narrowed down the crème de la crème of our bustling food scene.

B Lucky + Sons | Fortitude Valley

If you are looking for a location to drink, eat, play arcade games and maybe even visit a pawn shop, B Lucky + Sons will be right up your alley. Originating in Melbourne (because where else?), the bar’s fit-out has serious old school vibes with a modern twist thanks to its neon accents. Who wants to join us for some English breakfast martinis and play Space Invaders?

 

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Romantica Restaurante Pizzeria | Paddington

Cancel your Dominos order and head on over to Paddington for some authentic Italian! Romantica Restaurante Pizzeria isn’t your average pizza parlour. They serve up the tastiest traditional Roman dishes inspired by Northern Italy. The restaurant takes their woodfired pizza seriously and spends 48-72 hours making their bases with organic Italian stoneground flour. Those with gluten intolerances need not suffer as the restaurant can easily cater to your needs. Delizioso!

 

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Huskk Café | Grange

Huskk Café is your new destination to enjoy delicious meals, made with locally sourced seasonal produce, in a cosy setting. Huskk was created by Brisbane locals, Tracey and Alastair Macpherson, who are not only passionate about supporting our local food industry but also serving up specialty coffee. The menu boasts a selection of all-day breakfast delights, as well as lunch options, but we can’t get Huskk’s gingerbread pancakes out of our mind!

 

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Gabba + Co. | Woolloongabba

Are you still mourning the death of The Priory cafe in Trafalgar Lane? You no longer need to fear, because Gabba + Co. has opened up to cure your breakfast, lunch and dinner cravings! Gabba & Co. was created by Osteria Epoca’s trio who wanted to offer locals a twist on modern Australian food. The venue even stays open late for all of your late-night snack and drinks needs.

 

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Blackmarket Bar and Grill | Brisbane CBD

Say hello to your newest post-work food and drinks hub where you can relax and wash away the day’s stresses with a vino. Blackmarket is located right in the heart of the CBD and offers guests a casual dining experience with high-quality food made from local produce. You can even swing by on your way to work for some brekkie bruschetta or honey and whisky oats!

 

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Finney Isles | Fortitude Valley

If you have headed to Fortitude Valley on the weekends with hopes of going to the cocktail bar, Savile Row, there’s a high chance you have spent your time waiting in the cue. So, why not skip the cue and head across to Savile Row’s relative Finney Isles? Finney Isles is brimming with mid-1800s history, which gives the place some character and charm. At this bar, you can select from over 14 wines, 16 cocktails and seven tap beers, just to name a few choices!

 

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Harry’s Pizza | Bowen Hills

Bowen Hills is often known for temporary pop up eateries and food trucks, so you’ll be pleased to know that Harry’s Pizza is a permanent fixture in the area. Whether you feel like a slice of a traditional Margherita, some authentic garlic bread, a pizza with unusual toppings, or loaded fries, Harry’s has all bases covered – pardon the pun. If you are looking to score a deal, from Wednesday to Sunday, Harry’s offer $5 pizza with all drinks ordered from 4-6pm. Talk about a bargain.

 

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Atelier Brasserie | Bowen Hills

At Atelier Brasserie you can experience the delights of Europe from the comfort of your own city. Atelier is the brainchild of Charlotte Barakat, who wanted to create a comfortable, yet luxe, place where friends and family can meet. Atelier’s menu includes European dishes such as baba ghanoush, lamb cigar and lavender mille-feuille, and serves both premium Australian and international wines. What could be better than fine food and beverages in a relaxed environment?

 

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Beirne Lane | Fortitude Valley

Put your dancing shoes on and shimmy over to your newest 24/7 food and drink destination, Beirne Lane. That’s right, you can dine at Beirne Lane at any time of the day, or night! This hub calls themselves ‘the house of the people’, and with that round the clock opening schedule, we agree! From November, Beirne Lane will be serving up dishing up a range of Irish-Japanese dishes, organic wines, beers and original cocktails. Our mouths are watering already.

 

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