First, We Feast!
Welcome back to another week, just because the weekends over doesn't mean the festivities have to stop! We've tracked down some of the tastiest and edgiest festivals and entertainment hitting up in Brisbane in the next couple of weeks. So grab those planners and get ready to pencil these dates in!
Winter in Brisbane is giving us major oversized jumpers, fuzzy socks, mulled wine, and cozy winter nights vibes, but this season is also bringing in heaps of cool activities. Don't use the chilly wind as an excuse to miss out on the fun!
Cheers & Beers with Michelle Clark
Thirst quenching beers, a stellar venue, and a mouthwatering menu, Brewhouse is one pretty special place. And who do we have to thank for all the beer-y good times? Michelle Clark! She's one of the brains behind our fave local breweries.
Sensational Settings & Fantastic Flavours
He's the man behind the sensational flavours of Restaurant Indriya. He pushes culinary boundaries and explores creativity with his dishes. Get ready to immerse yourself in his unique rebellious aesthetics and delectable cuisine.
Brewhouse Brisbane's New Menu
Forget hitting up the closest drive-thru and settling for underwhelming chippies, Brewhouse Brisbane has five fabulous weekly specials, perfect for any day ending in "Y"
The month of May is coming to an end, luckily for you, we've handpicked some of the must-try meals and activities happening in Brisbane so you can really squeeze out the last days of the month. You're welcome *wink wink*
Sip, Sip, Hooray!
Clear up your calendars and empty your bellies, everyone! Brisbane is absolutely packed with delicious treats and activities this week. Whether you're emotional eating because of the Game of Thrones ending, or if you're just looking for a good feed, we've got you covered.
Let the good times roll
Alright, beautiful people of Brisbane, let's dive right into the week, we hope you all enjoyed your last four day week until the Ekka rolls up! Don't worry we've got some pretty exciting stuff here to keep you busy. From winter pop-up bars to funky festivals up the coast, here's this weeks round up.
Take more chances, Dance more dances
This week's word on the street is dedicated to the movers and shakers, the disco goers and boogie babes. We've got some exciting stuff lined up this May that'll surely get your foot tapping and your bodies groovin'. But don't worry, we've made sure we've got some stuff for our Brissy foodies and beauty enthusiasts.
The Fresh Produce of Queensland
Well, this is a story all about food that’s fresh, tasty, delicious and locally found! Promising products of only the highest quality, if you’re after food and produce fresher than the Prince of Bel Air, Earth Markets is your next stop.
Your guide to boujee budget friendly meals
Scrambling to find a decent place to eat out that won't hurt your wallet? Forget the fast food drive-thru, we've got you covered for the whole week, with a guide to help you find places in Brisbane with budget-friendly meals.
It's a good week to have a good week
We're back to a regular work week, but that doesn't mean the fun has to stop! Who says you can't work hard and play harder? With all the thing happening this week we assure you, you're in for a treat.
10 LUNCH SPOTS TO TURN FRIDAY INTO FRIYAY
Give yourself a round of applause – you made it to Friday! We get it, you’ve been working hard all week so why wait until the night to celebrate? Brisbane’s lunch scene is just as exciting as its night scene and we’ve curated a list to help you kickstart your weekend by munching your way through some of Friday’s tastiest lunch spots. Mmm!
Vibin n' Thrivin
The long weekend may be over, but there's no reason to be bummed out! Brisbane's still dishing up and serving some stunning activities. And because we want to keep you in the loop we've rounded up some of the best things happening in Brisbane and beyond!
You’ll be stoke-d with this one.
A view to take your breath away and a menu to match. If you are looking for the perfect Mediterranean style bar and restaurant, look no further than Stokehouse Q.