Coming soon: Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq, Toombul

From the people behind Holey Moley Golf Club and B.Lucky & Sons comes Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq: a circus-themed venue packed with arcade games, theme park rides, virtual reality experiences, and plenty to eat and drink besides. Located inside the revamped Toombul shopping centre, Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq will open its doors to the public... Continue Reading →

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The Port Office Hotel: rising from the ashes

Following a devastating fire in January, the Port Office Hotel has risen like a phoenix: the historic, Heritage-listed pub has reopened its doors, beautifully restored, and is back to serving up cold beers at the Front Bar and delicious dishes in the Port Office Dining Room. Port Office Hotel owners Nick and Meagan Gregorski are... Continue Reading →

New winter menu at Pony Dining Brisbane

Chris Mann has taken the reins as Head Chef of Pony Dining, bringing over a decade of culinary experience to the kitchen and, now, unveiling a winter menu full of delicate, natural flavours showcasing Australian produce. We were fortunate to be invited to experience an array of dishes from this new menu on Monday night,... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Paniyiri Greek Festival

Paniyiri Greek Festival 18 (from noon) & 19 (from 10am) May, 2019 Musgrave Park & The Greek Club, Edmondstone Street, South Brisbane Tickets: Adults (13+) $12, Pensioners $5, Children (<12) free. Available online and at the gate. Free travel with a pre-purchased Paniyiri Greek Festival ticket to the event on all regular network-wide Brisbane City... Continue Reading →

Five Faves: Vegetarian Burgers

A good vegetarian burger can be hard to come by, but is usually all the more satisfying for it. I became a vegetarian in my early teens, and in the past decade I've had some pretty terrible veg burgers (and veg meals in general, as all vegos have. Chips and salad, anyone? I was once... Continue Reading →

Osbourne Hotel launches Autumn Menu

The Osbourne Hotel (corner of Ann & Constance Streets, Fortitude Valley) celebrates a new Head Chef and a flavourful new menu for autumn.Reopening its doors last October, the heritage-listed and recently refurbished Osbourne has become a popular Valley local and hosted a number of very successful events over the past six months, including last December’s... Continue Reading →

B+C Lab

Where? 31 Musk Avenue, Kelvin GroveWhen? 7am-8pm, Monday to Saturday. Closed Sundays.There’s a new kid on the block in Kelvin Grove, and they are serving up sweet treats and Japanese teas to die for.Lovely, proper matcha is something that I missed when I returned from Japan last February, and I haven’t really found it in... Continue Reading →

Bar Merlo, University of Queensland

Where? Bar Merlo, University of Queensland, St LuciaWhen? 4-8pm every Friday nightUnder the Duhig Building at UQ (I’m a QUT girl, but who can go past all that gorgeous sandstone?) the Merlo Coffee café is transformed to kickstart your weekends or chill out after class.Covered indoor and outdoor seating, live music and fairy lights give... Continue Reading →

Osbourne Again!

The historic Osbourne Hotel (Cnr Ann & Constance Streets) is 153 years young as it reopens its doors in Fortitude Valley. Former names including The Dead Rat, the Rat and Parrot, and Fringe Bar, the venue has returned to its original name by the Fitzgibbons family, who have owned the popular venue for almost four... Continue Reading →

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