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Black Hide Steakhouse

With one of the most extensive selections of prime Angus, Wagyu and organic steak cuts, and a mesmerising selection of share plates, Black Hide offers steak fans a truly unique dining experience.

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Blossom Beauty Studios

Blossom Beauty Studios merge techniques and philosophies from around the world into a potent blend of treatments for an optimal wellness experience.

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Brewski

Supporting only independent breweries, beneath the giant glowing "IPA" sign the bar stocks more than 200 kinds of bottled beer alongside eight rotating beer taps.

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Caxton Street

If you want to be immersed in good food, great shopping and live sport, Caxton Street has you covered. Caxton Street exudes an energetic vibe under the imposing shadow of Suncorp Stadium, coming alive most weekends due to the scores of footy fans who converge on the strip after NRL, Rugby Union or Soccer games. The many alfresco restaurants cater to different tastes - Indian, Thai, Modern Australian and the iconic Gambaro's, famous for its fresh seafood. Caxton Street is a long standing entertainment precinct, home to an array of pubs and bars including the famous Caxton Hotel. The street is closed off during the famous Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival, drawing approximately 15 000 festival-goers to the area.

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Caxton Street and The Barracks

If you want to be immersed in good food, great shopping and live sport, Caxton Street and The Barracks has you covered. Caxton Street exudes an energetic vibe under the imposing shadow of Suncorp Stadium, coming alive most weekends due to the scores of footy fans who converge on the strip after NRL, Rugby Union or Soccer games. The many alfresco restaurants cater to different tastes - Indian, Thai, Modern Australian and the iconic Gambaro's, famous for its fresh seafood. The Barracks has become a landmark retail and commercial hub, successfully integrating heritage-listed buildings and contemporary architecture. Originally the site of the local city jail before ironically becoming a police station and later army barracks, The Barracks is steeped in history. Offering a unique range of dining and shopping options, the Barracks provides a charming alternative to the larger lifestyle villages around Brisbane.

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Fritzenberger

From the creators of Harajuku Gyoza and Nitrogenie, Fritzenberger know a thing or two about burgers, fries, and brews.

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Gambaro Seafood Restaurant

A Brisbane institution since 1953, Gambaro Restaurant is an iconic dining destination in Brisbane, and is Gambaro Hotel’s multi-award winning signature restaurant.

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Hog's Breath Cafe - The Barracks

Hog's Breath Cafe is a themed, licensed steakhouse specialising in mouth-watering prime rib steaks.

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Hotel LA

A hit with the young crowd, Hotel LA is packed on game days.

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Ithaca War Memorial and Park

Brisbane's only war memorial clock silently keeps time and memories, hidden from traffic passing below on the busy Latrobe Terrace at inner-suburban Paddington. The four-sided clock, mounted atop a stone memorial engraved with the names of 130 local men who died in active service during WWI, was unveiled by Governor Sir Matthew Nathan in February 1922. Residents of what was Ithaca Town Council began fundraising in 1920 and commissioned monumental masonry firm AH Thurlow under supervision of Ithaca town engineer R Black to create their memorial. Synchronome Electric Company manufactured the clock, initially driven by a master clock in the adjacent fire station. Sited on a bare hilltop known as Cooks Hill, sandwiched between Enoggera and Latrobe terraces, the clock dominated the landscape. The bareness was softened by plantings, designed by Ithaca Town Council gardener Alexander Jolly (the father of the future Brisbane mayor William Jolly). The park in which the memorial stands was renamed Alexander Jolly Park in the gardener's memory.

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