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Spend your day off feasting on animal-free dagwood dogs and nabbing a vegan show bag.
Beer lovers, prepare for a taste of all the brews you might've been missing.
Catch the latest hits and the newest flicks for $5 on the Ekka public holiday.
Try as many different espresso martinis as your heart can handle at this well-caffeinated festival.
Milton's cheese haven serves up unlimited gooey raclette.
Feast on a five-course banquet for $39.
A free karaoke night in New Farm.
Live music comes to South Bank's new party pub every Thursday night.
Spread the pre-loved love as Brisbane's vintage fashion festival returns.
With themed tunes and nature docos on the venue's big screens.
Paint your own plaster statue at Southside Tea Room's monthly craft nights.
Drinks, demonstrations, music and learning how to brew beer like an Egyptian, all during a night at the museum.
Celebrate everyone's favourite fruit.
I like the way you work it.
Brisbane gets its first regular market dedicated to pets.
The Valley favourite has relaxing Saturday afternoons covered.
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.
Free live music every Sunday at Brisbane Powerhouse.
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.
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.
Westfield Garden City Shopping Centre, Kessels Road, Upper Mt Gravatt
Asian street food shine in the most unlikely of places.
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
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.
Sidon Street, South Bank
Perhaps boasting the best charcuterie in Brisbane and at just $19, they’re not taking your money for a ride.
340 Sandgate Road, Albion
A Brit-influenced cafe in Albion.
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.
150 Racecourse Road, Ascot
Food is classic French with a tweak here or there.
Level 1 Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington Street, New Farm
Life is beautiful on the upper deck of the Brisbane Powerhouse.
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.
2/350 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley
Ideal for a sunny alfresco lunch or a group dinner before a night out, Beach Burrito Company is definitely worth a visit to dazzle both your eyeballs and tastebuds.
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.
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.
39 Hercules St, Hamilton
The soft belly with crispy skin is set on a pea puree and topped with scallops - everyone knows scallops make everything better.
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.
75 Welsby Street, New Farm
The feel of a UK local pub — with standout, inventive food added.
36 Caxton St, Brisbane
There's a good atmosphere, which is just as well, as it may take you a little while to polish off your steak. Especially if you've selected the 1200g Tomahawk.
109 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane
Bonsai Botanika from appearances looks like the lovechild of the Gourmet Farmer and Donna Hay - it's like something out of a shrink-wrapped, look but don't touch coffee table book.