From low key pubs to stylish bars, The City offers plenty of options to help you relax and unwind ... Here is our list of the top places in the CBD ...
Mr & Mrs G Eagle St Pier
to you by the owners of much-loved Il Centro, Mr & Mrs G is a new
cocktail bar at Eagle Street Pier. With touches of Moroccan and pops of
colour, plus river and Story Bridge views to die for, it makes for the
perfect place to enjoy a drink.
Super Whatnot Burnett Lane
and discover Super Whatnot. This cool little laneway bar has a
personality all of its own. Enjoy craft beer, eclectic wines by the
glass and a back bar worth exploring.
Public George St
just an award-winning restaurant, Public offer delicious cocktails
crafted by some of the countries top bartenders and an impressive wine
list featuring new and old world wines.
Rush Post Office Square
is the perfect chilled bar that offers a bit of everything, and
it overlooks the gorgeous and grassy Post Office Square so you can make
the most of the winter sunshine.
Brew Burnett Lane
Hidden away down Burnett Lane, Brew is one of Brisbane's best laneway venues - offering great tapas and drinks and live music.
The Laneway Mary St
the back of Urbane restaurant, it offers an impressive cocktail menu
which incorporates daily fresh pressed citrus juices, as well as rare
and imported wines, beers and ciders and a wagu-spiked food offering
from Urbane’s head chef Kym Machin.
The Villager George St
gastrobar and supperclub spans across three levels of a century-old
building on George Street. Offering a place to retreat amongst the
hustle and bustle of The City, the New York warehouse feel, eclectic
furniture and whimsical wallpaper add to it's charm.
Jade Buddha Eagle St Pier
spectacular 180º degree views of the Brisbane River, Jade Buddha offers
an extensive cocktail, wine and beer menu, and a great atmosphere that
will see you late into the night.
The Exchange Hotel Edward St
drinking, dining, gaming and a cellar, The Exchange Hotel is a popular
city hotel and even has a rooftop. It's a great place to watch sporting
games or for a casual bite to eat.