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Spend a day celebrating Japanese culture at the Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens.
Vegan ramen and natural wine comes to The Coop for three Sundays only.
Serving up two-and-a-half hours of pink drinks over a Mediterranean-inspired lunch.
The dumplings and spring rolls don't stop, every Sunday.
Devour all the slices you can for $20 and a drink.
There's knocking back tasty tipples, and then there's making them.
Hit the mic to sing away those Monday blues.
The South Bank restaurant gets experimental with its new monthly dinner series.
Tuck into unlimited tacos every Tuesday.
Battle it out for the jackpot over a few beers from the West End bar's extensive selection.
Brisbane's weekly dance in the dark party.
Salt Meats Cheese gives your Tuesdays a much-needed buzz.
Go down the rabbit hole at ACMI's world-first interactive 'Alice in Wonderland' exhibition.
Over 200 modern and contemporary masterpieces from New York's MoMA have come to Australia for the very first time in this epic display.
A semi-permanent interactive exhibition that holds a mirror to Brisbanites.
MONA's immersive ode to the radical artists of post-war Germany.
Everything you need to know about making your own sausages.
Stretch and sip beer — in a brewery.
A free karaoke night in New Farm.
Live music comes to South Bank's new party pub every Thursday night.
The living legend will return to Brisbane for one show that will showcase six decades of songs.
Free tunes come to South Bank's new arts precinct every Friday night.
Kick back with Friday arvo tunes and food.
Four weeks of Will Ferrell's funniest flicks.
Brisbane's dedicated burger festival returns for a second year.
Revisit the first 10 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe over four weekends.
Brisbane gets its first regular market dedicated to pets.
The Valley favourite has relaxing Saturday afternoons covered.
270 Adelaide Street, Brisbane
Whether you want a lunch that's hasty or long, this CBS restaurant accommodates.
212 Given Terrace, Paddington
Great food and service makes parting with your bed on a Sunday morning a little easier.
340 Sandgate Road, Albion
A Brit-influenced cafe in Albion.
97 Boundary Street, West End
Scurry down an alleyway to this West End gem.
9 Glenelg Street, South Bank
Dining here makes you feel part of an exclusive society, and the service and food doesn’t fall short.
390 Samford Road, Gaythorne
Three words: French toast bagels.
190 Radford Road, Manly West
All-day brekkie, Bayside-style.
Shop 1/608 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley
The venue effortlessly mixes striking designs and sleek steel fittings with the exposed brick of the original building. And the menu is just as eclectic.
181 George Street, Brisbane
Bean deserves a mile long list of accolades, but all it gets is this not-so-lousy review.
2/66 Mclachlan Street, Fortitude Valley
With rumours of an art studio out back and plans to start roasting their own beans onsite, we’ll be bearing with Bear Bones.
25 Sperling Street, Rocklea
Grab a coffee in a warehouse filled with greenery.
18 Thorn Street, Kangaroo Point
Eastsiders, this might just be your new brunch destination.
26 Oxley Ave, Woody Point
A quick trip from the city and a stone's throw from the water's edge, this inviting oasis awaits.
153 Boundary Street, West End
Brisbane's beloved burgs go west.
Westfield Chermside, Gympie Road, Chermside
Cult burgers and frozen custard from Noosa.
1 Eric Crescent, Annerley
One of those rare joints that's owned and operated by an established TV chef, AND lives up to the hype.
2 Edmonston St, West End
Two cafes run by a celebrity chef are better than one.
6/11 Kuring-Gai Avenue, Tarragindi
For caffeine fiends and dog lovers alike.
44 Thomas Street, West End
Specialty coffee in West End.
130 Ryans Road , Nundah
Good times, any time.