From pizza food trucks to white tablecloth fine dining, Italian bakeries to authentic gelato – get out there and satisfy those Italian food cravings.
Whether you’re planning a shopping trip with lunch, need to celebrate over dinner, or want to meet friends at a cool bar – James St has just the place.
Eat Street is a feast in every sense – the sights, smells, tastes and sounds come to life in this container food village every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night.
From health-shop staple to topping-stacked treat, frozen yoghurt has had a hipster makeover. We suggest you jump on board the froyo-train and get yourself a brain freeze.
From cocktails with dinner to BYO restaurants, refined fine dining to cheap and quick in Chinatown – Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley has the full spectrum when it comes to dining.
These are casual dining establishments where the drinks flow and it’s not uncommon to have cocktails pre, during and post-dinner.
Okay, we’ve got a lot to taco-bout. If you're a lover of Mexico's favourite dish, you need to wrap your hands around Brisbane's best tacos.
Fortitude Valley might be better known for its nightlife, but in the not-so-wee hours of the morning a new culture of coffee and breakfast is creeping in.
Gather your friends and head to one of Brisbane's best tapas joints – with small share plates covering every cuisine from the typical Spanish to Japanese, Lebanese and even American.
Each weekend Brisbanites can be found lining the footpaths for this ritual. Brunch is the most important meal in Brisbane.