Best Things to do in Teneriffe

The historic riverside suburb of Teneriffe has been transformed from its industrial woolstore days a century ago to become of the coolest inner city neighbourhoods of Brisbane. Its heritage-listed woolstores have been converted into trendy apartments and the streets are home to cool bars, cafes, restaurants, an antique centre, parks, artisan bakery and a microbrewery while along the river is a heritage submarine walk (when submarines were stationed here during the Second World War).

Here are 24 of the best things to do and see in Teneriffe:

One of Brisbane’s best urban walks for its variety – secluded bush, city vistas, river boardwalk, bars and cafes – and the unique ambience of Teneriffe’s leafy streets
Barko & Co is a dog-friendly, riverside cafe housed in a heritage-listed building in Teneriffe with sparkling water views
Zero Fox Craft Beer and Japanese Kitchen is a funky bar eatery in the base of Teneriffe’s historic landmark London Woolstores.
An authentic slice of southern Italy in a chic converted factory on a Teneriffe street corner
Siffredi's is a chic contemporary spaghetti bar nestled in the base of the historic London Woolstores
Streetcorner Jimmy is a charming, old-world bar and eatery housed in the heritage-listed London Woolstore
A cool contemporary taco and tequila bar nestled in the base of the historic woolstores 
Samson and Sophie is Teneriffe’s neighbourhood gem – a fabulous rustic café that does a cracking all day breakfast, delicious treats, top notch coffee and offers an eclectic assortment of wares for sale.
La Patrona takes Mexican dining in Brisbane to a whole new level
Hikari is a charming izakaya - a casual Japanese eatery and bar in Teneriffe
The Teneriffe riverwalk is one of inner city Brisbane's most scenic and interesting walks
The owner of Teneriffe’s tiny artisan sourdough bakery describes his bread as "juicy on the inside and crusty on the outside"
Teneriffe's original boutique craft brewery, Green Beacon Brewing Co pulls in the crowds day and night
Hidden away atop Teneriffe’s highest (44m) hill is this charming little green domain, overlooking nineteenth century cottage chimneys and the city in one direction and flanked by native bush.
The Woolshed is a collective housed in an historic wool store in Teneriffe, including a specialty coffee cafe
Fans of top quality authentic Italian pizzas bless the day that Beccofino flung open its bifold doors onto its tree-lined dining deck
Aji
A convivial cafe, bar and kitchen serving outstanding Pan Asian cuisine and cocktails
From Bologna to Brisbane, La Macelleria gelataria dishes up delicious traditional Italian gelato, sorbetto and Segafredo espresso
Nestled on the outskirts of the charming warehouse lined streets of Teneriffe, New Farm Antiques is a find
Unbearable Bagels serves scrumptious loaded bagels and specialty coffee from a corner shop in leafy Teneriffe
Phat Pho is a bustling Vietnamese street food eatery that inhabits a landmark 1920s shop on the border of Newstead and Teneriffe.
Mizu dishes up excellent Japanese cuisine in a fusion of contemporary and traditional
Wilde Kitchen is a healthy eating café offering gluten free fare and paleo-inspired dishes

While Teneriffe's streets are lined with historic woolstores, heritage landmark houses Teneriffe House and Roseville both have intriguing histories and there's also one of Brisbane's few remaining air raid shelters

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