Not only is Brisbane getting an epic Australian return for the W Hotel brand with W Brisbane, but it has been confirmed that one of the property’s on-site restaurants will be none other than a Queensland iteration of Sydney-originated favourite Three Blue Ducks. The hugely anticipated April debut of the 312-room modern hotel will open up guests to all the trimmings that have made the hotel brand world-famous, from Bali to Hollywood, and there’s no doubt that Three Blue Ducks will be a major part of their unique offering.... Read More | Share it now!
Pioneering Scottish craft beer company BrewDog have announced plans to open their first Australian facility in Brisbane with production to commence by 2019. The name which has been at the forefront of the craft beer revolution in Europe for years perked the interest of the Brisbane City Council and their economic development board Brisbane Marketing, which teamed with the Queensland Government to secure BrewDog’s $30 million investment, which has the potential to create more than 150 new jobs.... Read More | Share it now!
Australia is getting the world’s very first adults-only pop-up bar made of over one million blocks of Lego. Come Autumn 2018, The Bricks Bar will be built and deconstructed numerous times, travelling around to four major cities including Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth. ... Read More | Share it now!
Located at the end of South Bank’s Grey Street in a heritage listed house is one of the most interesting new openings you’ll find anywhere up and down Australia’s East Coast. Little Big House, from Solotel and Matt Moran, takes place in the former Collins Place: a beautiful two-storey house shining with timber and separated into multiple spaces, spanning two bars, a lounge with a pool table, veranda seating and even a karaoke room. Solotel have obviously looked at what has been working in some of their other venues, like Sydney’s Japanese-leaning Goros, where promises of neon-lit karaoke sessions have been drawing capacity crowds for the past few years. ... Read More | Share it now!
The loosest day of the year is upon us! New Year’s Eve is going to bounce us into 2018 and it’s your choice whether you want that to be in style or in shambles. It’s long known that deep in the heart of the CBD is exactly where you do not in any way, shape or form want to be for the party of the year, which makes it all the more appealing that to wine, dine and party at some of the best venues that are close to the action but far away enough from the very centre so you can avoid all the bad bits.... Read More | Share it now!
One of the country’s biggest hospitality groups, Solotel, are putting the finishing touches on their newest venture. Coming to Brisbane’s Southbank in December will be Little Big House, a dedicated house party destination slash gastropub, shaped into a heritage listed house that dates back to 1889.... Read More | Share it now!
The sixth annual James Street Food & Wine Trail is back for a four-day long takeover of the well-known Brisbane precinct. The popular food and drink event will return Thursday 27 through to Sunday 30 July, with a full schedule of in-venue collaborations, tastings and master classes. ... Read More | Share it now!
Brisbane Times will once again be putting on their Good Food Month in Brisbane this July, spreading a number of curated dining experiences across the month including returning staples like Brisbane’s Young Chefs Lunch and a twist on old festival favourite, Hats Off Dinner, now known as Hat Swap; new events will include Laneway! Streetfood! Music! presented by Beer the Beautiful Truth, Hats Swap and the Good Food Month Launch After Party.... Read More | Share it now!