What’s on in food this week? A surprising dinner, boozy brunches and plenty of opportunities to eat your weight in food truck fare, that’s what!
TRUST THE CHEF DEGUSTATION | 85 MISKIN STREET | $65pp
Place your hunger in the hands of 85 Miskin Street’s head chef, Brent Farell, for a six-course mystery dinner any night of the week throughout November. Tickets are $69 per person and the chef will craft you a six course dinner based on fresh ingredient available on the day.
BY THE RIVER | NEWSTEAD HOUSE | NEWSTEAD | 4-8PM
Every month, By the River – Jazz & Food Trucks sets up in one of Brisbane’s best kept secret heritage locations, Newstead House Brisbane, for a day of sunshine, smooth jazz, Newstead Brewing Co. Beers and scrumptious eats from 10 of the best food trucks in town. While you’re inhaling some of the best mobile food in Brisbane, relax with tunes from the Jazz Music Institute.
Woolloongabba’s annual street festival is back, taking over Logan Road for a full day of market and food stalls, food trucks, live music, and outdoor dining. Head along to take in the sounds of the local bands who’ll be taking the stage and explore the art installations before you take a seat at one of the many restaurants in the area to enjoy an al fresco feed. Best of all, entry to the festival is free!
THE BRUNCH CLUB | CLOUDLAND | FORTITUDE VALLEY | 11.30AM-2.30PM | $75
If you’re not sipping bottomless mimosas with your brunch on a Sunday morning, then, frankly, you’re just not doing Sunday right. Lucky for you, Cloudland is inviting one and all to join their new Brunch Club – and there’s plenty of bubbles involved! $75pp will score you 3 and a half hours of food and booze, underneath the open sky in their Rainbow Room. We can’t think of a better way to spend a Sunday than at this glam bar, complete with live entertainment and a pan-Asian inspired brunch menu. Grab a fellow brunch lover and email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 3852 5000 to book a spot. Don’t worry if you miss this one! They’ll be brunches on November 13th, 20th, and 27th!
have combined forces to bring the annual Bulimba Festival back to life, with a huge day of tunes, street performers, and of course, a whole lot of food and booze! The day will see Bulimba taken over by food trucks, pop-up bars and two live music stages, with entry just a gold coin donation. Save the date and keep an eye on this space
The Scratch Bar’s annual tart-fest is your opportunity to taste test an impressive collection of sour brews and rocking to your favourite jams. Kicking off at midday on Saturday, the weekend-long bender brags a sweet collection of sour ales to be tapped at various times throughout the weekend. Be prepared, they’ll be funkier than your dad’s dance moves, so bring a fresh palette and even fresher moves.
The Sunnybank $2 Food Trail is back, bigger, and better than ever. On November 12, make your way down to the Sunnybank Plaza & Sunny Park Shopping Centres for this delicious event. Full of little known restaurants, cafes and eateries, Sunnybank is the perfect place to host a food trail featuring a cultural smorgasbord of Chinese, Japanese, Hong Kong style, Vietnamese, and Taiwanese cuisines and much more. To find out more, visit the event page
We’ve got something that will be a real ve-gain to your Sunday – the first ever vegan markets are coming to the corner of Boundary Street and Russell Street in the West End. Come along for some delicious, healthy vegan food, wander through the stalls and pick up some clothing and cruelty-free cosmetics, listen to calming acoustic music as you get some great vegan meal ideas, and learn about the benefits of the diet on the body.