A guide to Brisbane's 15 best laneway bars, from the CBD and beyond
Get into the spirit of things at Brisbane's best rum bars, from underground speakeasies to Cuban micro distilleries
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Three Brews Bar and Kitchen is a local watering hole in Holland Park West pouring local craft beers, boutique wines and cocktails along with top-notch fare
Mary Mae's is a sprawling New Orleans-inspired riverside bar restaurant on the ground floor of the Brisbane Powerhouse
The Terrace by E’cco is a casual chic al fresco bar and eatery in Newstead’s Haven complex, next door to E'cco Bistro
Moda Tapas Brase Bar is Brisbane’s best tapas bar/eatery, occupying the stunning heritage-listed police stables
King Lears Throne is a dimlit little dive bar with live music and no street sign tucked away on Ann St Fortitude Valley
Finney Isles is a low-key glamorous cocktail and wine bar unlike any other in Brisbane, hidden behind a closed blue door in Fortitude Valley
The Terrace is Brisbane’s most luxurious rooftop bar, encased in glass with jaw-dropping 180 degree views all the way out to Moreton island
From gin warehouses and a gin garden serving gin high tea to a vintage gin bus, 9 of Brisbane's best gin bars
Carl’s is an inner-city cellar door that serves as a café by day, wine bar by night, found in the heart of Newstead
B. Lucky & Sons is a retro games cocktail den for adults, where pawn shop meets glam-chic within the historic TC Beirne building
The Menagerie is a homely retro watering hole in Kelvin Grove, with a focus on locally sourced beverages
Mongrel Bar & Kitchen is a funky dive bar with a 1970s rumpus room vibe and a Peruvian-flavoured menu
Mount Glorious Distillery is Brisbane's home of hand-crafted vodka, gin and mead
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