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Heya Bar

Downstairs on Brunswick Street, there's been an atmospheric transplant - from the bustling, whisky-sodden streets of Shinjuku's Golden Gai and Shibuy...

Dovetail on Overend

It's a truth universally acknowledged that a non-inner-city suburb with a wealth of coffee appreciating residents must still be in want of a good coffee ...

Wham Bam Banh Mi

Wham Bam Banh Mi is a takeaway stall that trades in the simplest, most satisfying and tastiest kind of takeaways. Located just outside French-Vietnamese rest...

Dadada

The peculiarly-named Dadada is situated in that sort of no-man's land of Melbourne Street between the Cultural Centre and West End proper, which is maybe...

New Farm Confectionary

This one goes out to my fellow sweet-tooths. Those of you who would eat fudge till your jaw aches, peanut brittle till your teeth break, and cake for breakfa...

The Bent Elbow

Stone's Corner continues to outdo itself as a Zone 2 hub. First it was Shady Palms, Lady Marmalade and Grindhouse; now it's haute-pub The Bent Elbow....

Apple Tango

Apple Tango bar and restaurant, on the more laid-back Highgate Hill side of Woolloongabba, has the slick, smart-casual air of a fancy hotel bar but with way ...

West End Charcoal

In the hallowed space where Char Char Yiros once stood, a new bird has risen from the ashes: West End Charcoal. While they're not straying far from the ...

The Sydney office review a bunch of gross craft beers

Did anyone else spend a majority of 2014 on their knees, holding their fists in the air and cursing craft beer as loudly as possible? The shit is everywhere,...

The Fox & Rabbit Coffee Co.

The newest addition to Paddington's flourishing cafe culture is a little off the main drag. Tucked away in a suburban street, with a cheerful yellow shop...

Alter Ego

There is an unavoidable inverse relationship between a food's healthiness and its deliciousness. Green juices and beetroot salads make you feel good abou...

Two Teaspoons

If you are a gluten-free dummy like me, then you know that breakfast is the worst. If you don't want to eat cake first thing every day (because you'r...

The Roastery

South Brisbane can be a weird place. With the ever-expanding glossy tourist-bait of South Bank right there, sometimes it feels hard to find somewhere authent...

The Jam Pantry

Greenslopes may not particularly aesthetically pleasing (unless your commitment to Auscore stretches to slab-like brick apartment blocks and rundown lengths ...

Doughnut Time

Doughnut Time is an admirably simple concept: a literal hole in the wall spruiking astoundingly tasty treats from very early in the morning until they run ou...

Brisbane Brewing Co.

Are you someone who likes to talk about beer a lot? Do you know what 'hops' actually are (is)? Can you tell the difference between the different colo...

Cayenne Kitchen & Bar

For the first time in a while I'm going to say it: I'm so glad Cayenne exists. Finally: no twelve types of buffalo wings, no haute hot dogs, no pulle...

My Mistress

Clayfield's barely outside the city, but man does it feel like a getaway. All the more now that places like My Mistress are springing up there - places o...

Pizza Hut's new Vegemite stuffed crust pizza

Pizza Hut introduced their 'stuffed crust pizza' in the mid nineties and for a solid decade they kept their stuffed crusts simple, lining the edge of...

Goodness Gracious

Just a couple of stops from the city on the Springfield line is this calm and leafy suburb called Graceville, home to nice-smelling gardens, shady footpaths ...

Sonny's House of Blues

When it comes to cool places to grab a drink or two, Brisbane's central business district is a bloody wasteland. A bright spot in the drab sea of upsetti...

Happy Boy

Spring Hill has maybe the oddest 'vibe' of any inner city suburb. It's a bit scungy but also there's rich houses but also heaps of pubs? Who ...

Arthur's Green

You're absolutely right, there should be more reasons to visit your local bowls club than just the cheap beer. Lucky for us, there's Arthur's Gre...

Keyhole Espresso

A round of applause for the suburbs, please. The expansion of quality food and drink businesses beyond the boundary of Zone 1 has been a long time coming, bu...

The Brightside Kitchen

You know when you're out drinking and you get that 'if I don't eat RIGHT NOW I'm gonna literally DIE' feeling, and you hit up the German ...

Che Asado & Bar

Southbank always seems to me like this weird mix of too expensive, too yuppie, and pretty seedy, so I rarely eat anything there that isn’t junk food to sooth...

The Catbird Seat Bistro

I was pretty psyched to skip out on work to check out East Brisbane’s newest contender in the ‘relaxed fine dining’ cage match, The Catbird Seat, this week -...

An EATDRINK guide to New Year's Day 2015

Last night you were all, and today you're like. Finish off that bottle of champagne next to your bed, put some pants on, let's go outside and get you...