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 →

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Southpoint Southbank Showcase

Where? Southpoint Southbank, 275 Grey Street, South Brisbane When? October 10, 2017 We’ve watched the Southpoint complex being constructed over the last little while and were excited to experience what the new Southbank precinct has to offer at the Southpoint Southbank Showcase. Gorgeous cheesecakes from Stone Artisan Bakers From the developers of Emporium, Southpoint is... Continue Reading →

Season 2018 Launch – Queensland Theatre

  Queensland Theatre has launched their 2018 season, renewing their commitment to Queenslanders and their stories, as well as bringing world premieres and exclusive shows to audiences across the state. The 2017 season, the company’s first under the Artistic Directorship of Sam Strong, has seen record high season ticket sales, as well as the largest... Continue Reading →

New cocktail menu at Lychee Lounge

  Where? 2/94 Boundary Street, West End   West End institution Lychee Lounge was taken over by a new owner nine months ago, and on Wednesday night I was fortunate to attend the they launched a menu featuring 39 new cocktails. I'm sure I've walked past this bar many times, but never stopped in. Red... Continue Reading →

Five Sisters Cafe

Where?  141 Melbourne Street, South Brisbane The Five Sisters Art House Cafe is tucked up a laneway off Melbourne street - you'd almost miss it if you weren't looking. Which would be a real shame, because they make lovely Greek coffee. The cafe location is nice enough. There are tables in the laneway (although I... Continue Reading →

Night Noodle Markets

Where?Cultural Forecourt, South BankWhen?July 2014, as part of Good Food MonthBrisbane's inaugural Night Noodle Markets were a huge success, drawing over 160,000 visitors over 10 nights. 22 stalls dished up Asian street food from late afternoon into the evening, and hordes of people queued up to sample the fare.My own visit, on a Saturday night,... Continue Reading →

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