We’ve resigned ourselves to the fact that we’re only going to get through the next month of winter if we do some serious bulking, so luckily July is absolutely CHOCKERS with food to help us build up that blubber! This is not the time for diets people!
Get out your claws, Hellcat Maggie is opening next Monday! The bar/kitchen/breakfast nook is slinking into our city laneways, serving up share-style meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week, Maggie will make sure you’re always well fed with burgers, tacos, BBQ wings, fries and breakfast fare – as well as a kickass drinks menu and a dedicated coffee container.
Efes in Albion is getting a makeover and being reborn as Olive Thyme Turkish Cuisine! With a new look and a modern approach to Turkish cuisine it will feature a custom grill serving up meze, Turkish chicken and lamb kebabs.
Racecourse Village is galloping back into our lives, reopening on July 31st. The new foodie precinct will feature Sushi Kura, Da Burger, VitosCicoma & Bar and Koodle, as well as Ascot Bakehouse joining the party.
Whistle Dixie Brisbane is bringing some of the old country home to the Fortitude Valley! If the Irish born owners have anything to do with it, the new bar/café/bistro is bound to be full of craic, food and drinks!
The biggest mystery to hit Brisbane is FINALLY letting us in on the secret with X Cargo opening its shipping container maze on July 28. A precinct within itself, expect outdoor bar and dining areas, rooftop terraces, tropical gardens and an outdoor cinema. Um…can we live there?
The original movie might only have 47% on Rotten Tomatoes, but Armakeggon will always score 100% in our hearts! Start humming Areosmith because you’re not going to want to miss a thing when the Archive beer festival returns August 25thto put a hop in our step! Pre-sale tickets have launched and are just $15 until August 1st.
Brisbane Festival lineup has been announced with everything from comedy performances to killer gigs filling our city this September. Boogie to some of Australia’s best bands, scare yourself silly at Horror and laugh yourself hoarse with the Theatre Republic. Brisbane Festival runs from 8-29th of September – get your tickets here.
Take your seat at Parliament House for an exclusive dinner at Chef’s Table! Showcasing local produce including Moreton Bay bugs, Hervey Bay scallops and Darling Downs Wagyu – the intimate dinner will conclude with a live dessert extravaganza. This is one Parliament meeting you won’t want to miss! With two sittings July 20 and July 29, tickets are limited and available here.
Already drooling over the Regional Flavours program? Better get a bib out fam because it just keeps getting better with the announcement of Charming Squire’s ‘The Producers Dinner’ on July 21st. With a focus pairing local produce and beers, the five-course feast will be set in the open air Hunting Club as part of the festival. Tickets are just $95!
More than just wood chomping competitions and strawberry sundaes, the Ekka will also be running 60 free 45 minute cooking classes, hosted by the likes of cake decorator Zoe Byrnes, Otto Ristroante’s Will Cowper and Moda’s Javier Codina.
Put down the ouzo and pick up the wine glass as Nostimo Restaurant Bar and Mediterranen Wines present the Hellenic Table Wine Dinner Wednesday July 18. Enjoy tarama and tyrokafteri with pita, saganaki, lamb shoulder and horta alongside delicious Greek wines. Snap up your tickets here.
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