Eat and Drink
Things To Do
Flowering Poinciana trees line the streets against a backdrop of charming old homes and provide an idyllic setting for sophistication and fun. Racecourse Rd is the spine of the area, and is home to fine restaurants, chic cafes and boutiques. On race days, it is a promenade for the fashion-conscious and traditional racegoers. Towards the river, Portside Wharf Cruise Terminal sits among trendy riverside apartments, and boasts modern, world-class restaurants serving gourmet delights, designer fashion, weekend markets and an art-house cinema.
A great addition to Brisbane's fast-growing specialist coffee scene
Monza Restaurant, located in the heart of Ascot, offers traditional Italian homemade dishes that are sure to leave all customers going home happy
One of Brisbane's most iconic restaurants Enjoy Inn has expanded with a second restaurant at Hamilton Harbour.
Revel in the excitement and glamour of the Melbourne Cup Carnival at this years’, “VIP Spring Soiree Marquee,” brought to you by Ketel One, Tanqueray Gin, Capulet, Montague and Disco Entertainment.
The Eat Street Markets is Brisbane’s bustling Asian-style night market with fairy-lit alleyways of shipping containers down by Hamilton Wharf.
With 100 stalls, Eagle Farm Markets boasts seasonal fresh fruit and vegetable produce as well as a selection of seafood, meats and poultry.
The hotel features five bars, beer "off-the-wood" and world-famous steaks.
The venue consists of five state-of-the-art cinemas and a fully licensed bar.
The impressive Portside Wharf is a welcome residential and commercial hub that features world-class restaurants serving gourmet delights, as well as cafes, bars, a cinema, shops, boutiques and other attractions.
Named by The Courier Mail as one of Brisbane’s best sashimi restaurants, Hosokawa certainly lives up to its reputation
If you are around the area, Cocoa Bella Espresso is a must-stop hub to satisfy that caffeine craving.
Enjoy relaxed, modern Australian cuisine in the vibrant riverfront precinct at Hamilton.
From French cuisine to sumptuous Mediterranean delights, the Ascot-Hamilton dining precinct is hard to beat for variety.
L'Angolo is an authentic Italian restaurant open seven days for lunch and dinner.
A few kilometers from the CBD, Studio 153 is conveniently located with a fun and quintessential atmosphere