Brisbane bars and restaurants

Female Friendly Bars in Sydney

Brisbane´s ever-expanding landscape of bars and venues for dining is limitless with one at every street corner. Whether you want to gaze at a sunset in the distance or just unwind at a small bar with some of your friends, Brisbane will certainly have a venue to suit your every mood. Read on as we unveil the city´s newbies on the block that you should add to your list of must-try destinations at some of Brisbane´s best bars.

The Laneway

Address: 181 Mary St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia
http://www.theeuro.com.au/laneway

The Laneway down Mary Street brings with it a culture that is classy and cosmopolitan. The wine list is exhaustive and cocktails are quite innovative. That´s not all, the Laneway also boasts some fantastic craft beers that are not too shabby, in addition to the stocked list of hard spirits. The bar also offers an array of entertainment from contemporary sounds to the classics. Although, the Laneway is small in size it more than makes-up for it with its bar food that is world class. Heading the kitchen is award winning culinary artist Alejandro Cancino who dishes premium class stuff. Big on ‘going green’, drinks and food, spiced or tinged with herbs are grown in the Laneway’s very own herb garden. With a beehive on the rooftop, the team at the Laneway couldn´t be prouder of their honey making skills.

Miss Kays

40 Blackwood Street, Mitchleton, 4053 QLD, 07 3211 1300
www.misskays.com.au
The envy of Queensland night owls, Miss Kay´s has set up shop in Northside´s Mitchleton, bringing with it all the deliciousness of their endearing outlet in CBD. This newest opening in Brisbane has also included a much wanted breakfast menu and a beer garden to boot. For diners who are new to Miss Kay´s take our word for it and dive into the burger menu. Picture a poutine burger, topped with loads of gravy, pickles and halloumi along with a side of wings and some dirty fries, for a taste of burger heaven. There´s more where that came from at Miss Kay´s with their exhaustive burger twists such as tempura cauliflower – vego burgers as well as their cheese burger. Their breakfast menu is also quite expansive. It includes waffles with fried chicken, classics like eggs Benedict thrown into the mix and to wash things down some healthy fresh smoothies.

Madam Wu

Upper Plaza Level, Riparian Plaza, 71 Eagle Street , Brisbane, 4000 QLD
www.madamewu.com.au
Boasting amazing views and a menu that reveres the best of Queensland´s gorgeous produce, this eatery dishes up some of the best Asian dishes in the state. From private dining rooms to a legendary cellar with super cocktails, Madam Wu´s is definitely a must -try. With scenic views across the story bridge, it’s no wonder that patrons look to Madam Wu as a first option for post work catch ups.