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Brisbane's Gourmet Grocers

For locally-grown produce, specialty products and handmade artisan goods, Brisbane's gourmet grocers stock the finest quality food stuffs and coffee.

Vineyards and Wine Bars

High-quality wine appreciation is gathering momentum in Brisbane with some top-shelf wines being produced at wineries near the city.

Where to go pre and post game at The Gabba

Before cheering on your favourite cricket or AFL team at the Gabba, enjoy a pint of beer and a meal pre or post-game in Woolloongabba.

Pre and Post Game at Suncorp Stadium

Your experience of the hottest on-field action at Suncorp would not be complete without some pre and post game celebrations.

High tea fit for a queen

When it comes to high tea, Brisbane's locals mightn't hold their pinky up when drinking tea, but they do take the art of quality treats seriously.

Dining in Paddington and Rosalie

Expect to find cafes, restaurants and bars cooking up a feast from within quaint and historic structures in Paddington and Rosalie.

Dining in Milton and Park Road

In Milton and Park Road, you will find a flurry of restaurants, cafe's, bars and shops as well as Brisbane's very own iconic Eiffel Tower.

Dining in Ascot and Hamilton

From French cuisine to sumptuous Mediterranean delights, the Ascot-Hamilton dining precinct is hard to beat for variety.

Where to dine in Bulimba and Hawthorne

The vibrant riverside suburbs of Bulimba and Hawthorne combine village charm with inner-city life. Dine at neighbourhood eateries, packed-out restaurants and funky bars.

Where to dine in Brisbane's bayside suburbs

Brisbane's bayside suburbs of Sandgate, Brighton, Shorncliffe, Wynnum and Manly are a recreational playground that are also rich in dining venues.