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Experience Brisbane's Most Unique Coffee Shops

Posted on 16 Nov, 2012

Scattered throughout Brisvegas there are some rather unique coffee hangouts that are well worth a visit to not only get your caffine hit but to also experience their unique features.

Within a short walking distance of the Manor Apartment Hotel:

-Customs House, 399 Queen St, Brisbane, 3365 8921-
Coffee is available from 9am daily
With breathtaking views over the river and Story Bridge, as well as heritage icon status, this is a  must visit inner city gem.

-Brew, Lower Burnett Lane, Brisbane City, 3211 4242-
Open from 7am till late Monday to Friday, 8am to midnight Saturday and 10am-7pm Sunday
As Brisbane starts to embrace the laneway scene, visit the first cafe to open in this vain and experience its cool coffee vibe.

Some options in the burbs:

-Dudley Street Espresso, 494 Ipswich Rd (cnr Dudley St) Annerley, 3848 8530-
Open 8am-3pm Tueday-Friday and 8am-1pm Saturday
The time-worn workbench acts as a communal table centrepiece and there are a thousand tales etched into its lines and many more strories in this place that is part espresso bar, part collectables shop.

-Bunker, 21 Railway Tce, Milton, 0422 124 767-
Open 6.15am-3.30pm Monday-Friday
This unique little spot is housed in a World War II bomb shelter built in the 1940s. The creeping fig hedge has been growing in and on the structure for more than 30 years.

-Avid Reader, 193 Boundary St, West End, 3846 3422-
Cafe Open daily from 8.30am-4pm and bookshop open to 8.30pm weekdays, 6pm Saturday and 5pm Sunday
Bookworms delight in this much loved shop and can embrace the opportunity to enjoy a coffee on the back deck and chat with the staff who are passionate readers and writers.







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