Chapel Hill's new watering hole, eatery and hangout.
Every suburb needs a good watering hole, eatery or hangout — or, all of the above combined into one, ideally. On the corner of Moordale Street and Moggill Road, prepare to find Chapel Hill's latest addition to the fold. Prepare to grab a tasty bite, knock back a few brews and while away the hours as well.
Indeed, Suburban Social Neighbourhood Bar + Kitchen boasts two levels of eating and drinking goodness, as well as the kind of casual vibe you'd expect in Brisbane's leafy west. Think a brightly painted mural enlivening the walls, communal tables aplenty and a courtyard for outdoor relaxing and indulging.
As far as the morsels that will take care of your hunger and thirst are concerned, think crafty twists on familiar menu items, as well as a heap of local brews. The culinary spread includes the mouth-watering morsels that are pork belly paddlepops (no ice cream is involved, sadly), hot and spicy chicken wings that don't come from a fast food grease trap, plus mac and cheese nuggets, house-made pickles, chorizo and rosemary pop corn, and double cheeseburgers. Then, wash it all down with cocktails, craft beers and Newstead Brewing Co. on tap.
Published on January 05, 2017 by Sarah Ward