Coffee Head Co in South Brisbane is a cool laneway cafe offering specialty coffee, quality cacao and gourmet toasties
This cool coffee kiosk by day, cocktail bar by night can be found nestled in a leafy urban oasis underneath a rail bridge
The Paladar is a cosy coffee nook and boho book shop perched on the corner of Fish Lane and Merivale Street
GOMA Bistro is South Brisbane cultural precinct’s best kept casual dining secret, tucked away underneath GOMA and overlooking the river and CBD
Ginger and Green is South Brisbane’s secret go to for great coffee, serving Seven Seeds espresso alongside house made sweets and an all-day menu.
Under the Clock is a secret café steeped in historic charm, found tucked away under the landmark heritage-listed South Brisbane Municipal Hall that is now part of Somerville House.
Gauge is a star addition to South Brisbane’s Fish Lane precinct - a gorgeous café bar in which to hang out and enjoy fine dining calibre food at café prices.
Merriweather is a joint venture between Josh Russell (Cup Specialty Coffee) and Mairi MacKinnon. Situated on the corner of Russell and Cordelia Streets in South Brisbane, overlooking Musgrave Park, Merriweather serves single origins as well as a special house blend created by Cup (of course).
In the entire arts complex this is probably the most pleasant cafe to hang between art viewing
Raw Space Cafe may tout itself as a gallery first but it is also a slick little cafe which manages to churn out good food at budget prices.
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