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The dumplings and spring rolls don't stop, every Sunday.
Free live music every Sunday at Brisbane Powerhouse.
Pairing free-flowing bellinis with a Sunday lunch.
End-of-weekend drinks with one heck of a view.
Devour all the slices you can for $20 and a drink.
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.
The West End eatery is serving up a vegan feast once a week — for just $35.
Dinner, drinks and two courses of chocolate.
Tuck into unlimited tacos every Tuesday.
Battle it out for the jackpot over a few beers from the West End bar's extensive selection.
Milton's cheese haven serves up unlimited gooey raclette.
A monthly mid-week evening of drinks and parmigiana, all to an ace vinyl soundtrack.
A free karaoke night in New Farm.
Live music comes to South Bank's new party pub every Thursday night.
One of the Valley's favourite music venues launches a new regular showcase of homegrown talent.
Serving up $3 tacos every Thursday.
So exciting, the audience will stomp and cheer.
Free tunes come to South Bank's new arts precinct every Friday night.
Kick back with Friday arvo tunes and food.
A weekly courtyard party filled with pop-up bars and cocktails.
From John Farnham to Daryl Braithwaite to Celine Dion.
Splash about, drink Moët, watch Riverfire and dance to Young Franco.
See out this year's celebrations with a music festival.
You'll get snacks, pasta, dessert and all the prosecco you can drink for a neat $50.
10-12 Logan Road, Woolloongabba
‘Enoteca’ translates as ‘wine library’, and wine can be seen everywhere — from the hundreds of empty bottles making up the decor to the full ones ready for drinking.
35 Peel Street, South Brisbane
With ex-Gordon Ramsay mentee executive chef Sean Calliste at the helm.
108 Albert Street, Brisbane City
Singapore's cult chicken joint is slinging its pieces burgers and wings in Brisbane.
Westfield Garden City Shopping Centre, Kessels Road, Upper Mt Gravatt
Asian street food shine in the most unlikely of places.
85 Miskin St, Toowong
Brisbane icon and chef Brent Farrell continues to wow and delight with his refreshed restaurant 85 Miskin St.
2 Latrobe Terrace, Paddington
Modern Australian meals finished off with a trolley of cheese.
11/20 Park Road, Milton
A favourite with those looking for a reliably tasty lunch served in a relaxed atmosphere.
Corner Of Alfred Street And Constance Street, Fortitude Valley
Two heritage Queenslanders house one of Brisbane's best venues.
Part of Damian Griffith's ever-growing empire, Alfredo's Pizzeria is carving a path of its own and not letting its good name be overshadowed by popular older sister Alfred and Constance next door.
270 Adelaide Street, Brisbane
Whether you want a lunch that's hasty or long, this CBS restaurant accommodates.
148 Merthyr Road, New Farm
Fine dining without stretching your wallet.
Shop 5, 180 Oxford Street, Bulimba
A Mediterranean hideaway in Bulimba.
212 Given Terrace, Paddington
Great food and service makes parting with your bed on a Sunday morning a little easier.
Sidon Street, South Bank
Perhaps boasting the best charcuterie in Brisbane and at just $19, they’re not taking your money for a ride.
59 Albion Road, Albion
Familiar name. Mighty fine food.
340 Sandgate Road, Albion
A Brit-influenced cafe in Albion.
97 Boundary Street, West End
Scurry down an alleyway to this West End gem.
80 Albert Street, Brisbane
You don't have to be a convert to try a spot of paleo at Pete Evans' new restaurant.
67 James Street, Fortitude Valley
The young trendy sister to Cru Bar, has both style and substance.
9 Glenelg Street, South Bank
Dining here makes you feel part of an exclusive society, and the service and food doesn’t fall short.