What’s Open And What To Do On New Years Day In Brisbane

That’s if you’re not too hungover

By Elena Barton | 20th December 2019

Welcome to day one of 2020. It’s unlikely, but if you’re not hungover and ready to tackle the day ahead, there’s plenty to do. Otherwise, if you are indeed hungover, why not keep the party going and back it up? It’s called hair of the dog for a reason.

See what’s on in your area and where you can wine, dine and play on January 1, 2020.

Alphabet Café, West End – 8am – 2pm

Cheeky Poké Bar, Newstead – 11am – 9pm

Eagle Street Pier
The Bavarian, Fratelli Famous, Guzman Y Gomez, Ric Bar & Dining, Sakè Restaurant & Bar and The Coffee Club will all be open.

El Camino Cantina, Bowen Hills – 11am – late

Goldfinch, Brisbane City  – 6am – 10pm

Grand View Hotel, Cleveland – 10am – late

Howard Smith Wharves
Felons Brewing Co and Mr Percival’s will be open from 11am – late. Ciao Papi will open from 12pm – late and Stanley will be open for lunch and dinner sittings.

Jimmy’s On The Mall, Brisbane City, 24 hours

Little Big House, South Bank – 11am – 10pm

Lokal + Co, West End – 7am – 2pm

Milk & Froth,Clayfield – 7am – 12pm

Munich Brauhaus, South Bank – 11am – late

Otto, Brisbane City – 12pm – 10pm

Remy’s, Paddington – 8am – 8pm

Riverbar & Kitchen – 11am – 10pm

Suki, Bulimba – 12pm – 8pm

The Boundary Hotel, West End – 12pm – late

The Charming Squire, South Bank – 8am – late

The Glen Hotel, Eight Mile Plains – 6am – late

The Plough Inn, South Bank – 11am – late

Trove Bar, Brisbane City – 12pm – late

Vapiano, Brisbane City – 11am – 11pm

Willow & Spoon, Windsor, 7am – 2pm





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