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New Brisbane bars you’ll be drinking at this summer

31 Jan 2017 local real estate 0 Comment


Make the most of Brisbane’s sunny afternoons and balmy evenings at one of the city’s hottest new bars. Whether you want to soak up some rays at an inner-city rooftop, or cool off along a charming laneway, you’ll be sure to find a venue to suit your mood.

Tomcat, Fortitude Valley

Tomcat is perched up above The Valley, just find the hidden entry and climb the single flight of well-worn stairs to find it. Inside, a rabbit-warren of rooms reveal two bars, pool tables, a divebar vibe and pizza menu. A new easy hangout.

Chingon, Brisbane City

Popping up down Eagle Lane next to CBD favourite Brooklyn Standard, Chingon is Brisbane’s new late-night Mexican taqueria.  Serving seven types of authentic tacos, as many varieties of margarita and a delicious grilled corn side (fondly nicknamed “crack corn”), the kitchen is open until 2am on weekends.

Seymour’s Cocktails and Oysters, Caxton Street

Say hello to Seymour’s, Caxton Street’s newest addition – and it’s had a few in the past couple of months. The New Orleans-inspired cafe by day is a cocktail bar by night. Pull up a pew at the brass bar and down a cheeky half dozen with a dirty martini in hand.

Sixteen Antlers, Brisbane City

Catch the breeze from the 16th floor at Brisbane’s newest rooftop bar. With pretty epic views over historic City Hall and comfortable booths to lounge in at sunset, we suspect this will be a popular spot for a knock-off bev.

Baedeker, Fortitude Valley

Opening in a few stages, Baedeker is a work-in-progress with the small espresso bar and fine wine retail room now open, and a big bar, function space and rustic cellar to come. Located in the same building as The Mill on Constance expect a solid wine, champagne and whisky offering to complement not content with its craft beer bar neighbour.

Bird’s Nest, Fortitude Valley

The bird has flown the coop and nested on the northside. Those familiar with West End’s Bird’s Nest will rejoice with news that the well-loved yakitori bar has opened a second location on Ann St. Indulge in your favourite skewers while sinking down an extended booze list.

Hope & Anchor, Paddington

It’s not often a new pub appears, especially one that feels so much like home. Move yourself into Hope & Anchor, Paddington’s newest old double-storey brick gastropub. We recommend taking over a booth and never leaving, or finding a shady spot in the courtyard.

White Lies Brewing, Sumner

Yep, it’s a little out of the way but we know you’ll travel for a good craft beer. White Lies is Brisbane’s newest brew bar that swings open the cellar doors on Friday nights and Sundays from noon until 6pm. Catch them on the westside.

Fritzenberger, Caxton Street

Fritzenberger had our attention with “brewery and burger pub” but blew our minds when it mentioned the “salt bar”. Yeah, you get to choose which salt you’d like on your chips. None of the average chicken salt or regular ol’ table salt options – we’re talking twisties salt, vegemite salt, shiitake mushroom salt.

Holey Moley, Fortitude Valley

Fun seems to be the priority for Brisbane’s newest bars. Holey Moley is an 18-hole mini-golf course “on acid” that’s set across two levels inside an old church. Bring your mates, grab a drink, wear something on par and tee off.

Netherworld, Fortitude Valley

Another fun bar, Netherworld is an old-school arcade games bar and diner set to open sometime this summer. Deep inside the space you’ll find gaming relics from decades past with more than 15 pinball machines, 25 arcade machines, classic consoles and countless board games from the ‘70s to present day.

The Croft House, Brisbane City

Pull up a pew in the window seat, order a plate oo chacuterie or cheese (or both) with a glass (or bottle) of wine and use your vantage point to people watch along Albert St. A great way to while away an afternoon.

Bar OTTO, Brisbane City

Drop into the casual alfresco bar for post-work apertivo with vews of St John’s Cathedral. Like the restaurant itself, the bar has a distinctly Italian influence running through its drinks and bar food menu.

Sunset Spritz Bar, Customs House, Brisbane City

Popping up on the riverside garden terrace at Customs House until Christmas, this Aperol Spritz bar is the spot this summer for views and tasty food such as oysters, truffled mushroom arancini and crispy pork cheek sliders. Drop in on Wednesdays for Aperitivo Hour from 5-6pm for free canapes.

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