Bars at South Bank
Enjoy a cool drink or two at one of South Bank's buzzing bars.
Carribean-themed Barbossa offers an extensive bar menu with an adjoining bottleshop.
Named after New Orleans’ French quarter, Bourbon Street oozes jazz vibes and creole-inspired recipes for a smooth dining experience.
Brooklyn Depot South Bank - inspired by Old Brooklyn - will get your tastebuds ticking with a chef-prepared menu of handcrafted burgers, hot dogs, salads and desserts.
Cowch is Queensland’s first dessert and cocktail bar, and it's open from early until late making it an ideal spot for a full-on sugary feast or a cheeky takeaway treat.
French Martini is a sophisticated charcuterie, champagne and cocktail bar.
Located on Little Stanley St, Hop and Pickle serve up a range of drinks, tasty bar snacks and traditional pub food with an elegant twist.
Little Big House is a lively pub established in a re-vamped heritage-listed house, offering a drinks menu emphasising local QLD produce and food focused on rotisserie chicken, meats and seafood.
Malt Traders is a bar and bottle shop focusing on unique, sustainable and craft beverages.
Styled as a traditional Bavarian bierhaus, Munich Brauhaus spans two levels – a main dining hall, plus an alfresco bier garden.
Tucked away in Brisbane's cultural precinct, South Bank, Next Door Kitchen & Bar combines the fine art of mixing drinks with the fusion of good food and good times.
Popolo is an Italian-influenced restaurant offering both time tested favourites and uniquely Italian offerings.
If you like delicious drinks in a super-chic atmosphere, Soleil Pool Bar is for you. The drinks list includes cocktails, champagne, beer and more.
Southbank Beer Garden offers quality pub dining located in the heart of the South Bank Parklands with picturesque views of Streets Beach and the CBD.
Focusing on casual dining, Southbeach Social encourages you to sip, savour, socialise and share. Take in the river views and soak up the endless summer vibe.
Contemporary Australian design meets relaxed, vibrant fine dining.
The Burrito Bar is re-creating the experience of feasting on fuss-free Mexican street fare.
The venue honours the life of James Squire – the infamous, yet charismatic, rogue convict-turned-brewer who inspired the creation of award-winning and flavoursome beers.
The Manhattan Line, a raw New York City influenced whiskey bar serving up killer dogs, is bringing a new style to the streets of South Bank.
Traditional, hearty meals are served with country hospitality at this iconic pub.
The Sangria Bar is Olé Restaurant's fun little sister, serving up jugs of sangria, tasty tapas and good vibes.
A street bar and beer garden with excellent menu options.
Open to the public, Emporium Hotel’s rooftop bar offers amazing views and an all-day food menu.
Tippler's Tap is a casual, cosy craft beer bar offering 13 taps of independent beer and cider as well as a menu inspired by the Chicago street-food scene.
For restaurant, fine dining, cafe, cheap eats and dessert options at South Bank head to the 'Eat and drink' page.