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Popular Melbourne Mexican eatery, ChingÃ³n, has opened a second store in Brisbane!
With brand new furnishings and attentive staff, Il Verde is the new Bowen Hills addition that is a great place to celebrate the season without sweating the consequences.
The Johnson Hotelâ€™s recent addition, Tumbling Stone, sits out the front of the hotel to welcome all patrons; hotel guests and non-hotel guests alike with its artistic flair.
â€œBuy any pop with any burger purchase and the pop is bottomless,â€ is all you need to know aboutÂ Hankâ€™s Burgers & Beer, the recently opened American-style burger joint in Paddington that is receiving rave reviews on their burgers.
Traditional Japanese decor combined with modern furnishings paints a lovely ambience for diners at Fortitude Valley’s Nikuya restaurant. With low ambient lighting, and the large round booths that bringÂ bamboo steamers to mind, it’s clear that a dining experience at Nikuya delivers much more than just great food.
Walking past New Shanghaiâ€™s live dumpling making theatre, stepping off Queens Plazaâ€™s modern tiles, and onto the archaic cobblestone floor of New Shanghai, patrons are transported back in time to 1928 Shanghai.
Everything from the rustic wallpaper that replicates aged …
With the season for celebration upon us, itâ€™s time to start settling into afternoons spent over a few cold ones- and fresh Fortitude Valley venue Barbara can provide all throughout the week, with the apt and charming tagline “she will take care of you”.
On the 3rd of June, The Milk Factory Bar and CafeÂ opened their doors to Brisbane food bloggers in celebration of their new cocktail and menu.Â
Rumour had long circulated about the multi-purpose space and creative hub developing in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley; the stripped out four walls and ceiling of an old backpacker’s hostel designed to channel an ever-growing stream of Brisbane musical talent into something distinctly palpable.
With an additional cunning title:
“Oh, ‘The Foundry?’ As in like, it makes things? Nice.”