November bucket list | Gourmand and Gourmet

November bucket list

  • Food & Booze
  • Brisbane
  • Desserts
  • Dinner
  • Everything in Between
  • Lunch
  • Cocktails
  • Wine

Oh no, November. It’s that time of year already?

Yes Way Rosé | Saké| Eagle Street Pier

Combining saké with rosé? Yes way!

On Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm to 3pm this November, head into Eagle Street Pier’s Saké Restaurant and Bar to make the most of their delicious new offer; Yes Way Rosé. Get ready to devour a set menu filled with salmon sashimi tacos, teriyaki lamb, and tempura snapper paired with two hours of Triennes rosé, Japanese rose cocktails, and the bar’s signature gin bowls for just $99pp! Book a table here before you sashimi on in.

Stanley | Howard Smith Wharves

We stan a delicious Cantonese-inspired menu, which is why Stanley’s opening this November 1 on Howard Smith Wharves is definitely worth putting on the bucket list! While the menu is a secret for now, guests can expect staples such as perfectly crispy Peking duck, tasty dim sum, and steaming bowls of congee to grace tables when they visit! Get in quick and nab a table before they open here.

Welcoming chef Nino Zoccali | Nostimo Restaurant | South Brisbane

Putting the ember in November and heating up Brisbane’s foodie game is this delightful degustation event! To celebrate the release of his cookbook, Venetian Republic, the renowned chef is teaming up with Nostimo Restaurant’s David Tsirekas to serve up the ultimate Mediterranean feast! Pick up your tickets here.

Rosé Revolution| Bowen Hills

In November, we drink pink. There’s nothing we love more than having both our stomachs and hearts filled, which is why the annual Rosé Revolution always ends up high on our November bucket list! Taking place on Saturday, November 16 at the Old Museum, Rosé Revolution is all about drinking for a good cause, with proceeds from ticket and raffle sales going to The Hunger Project. Tickets are only $45 and can be purchased here.

The Prince Margarita | El Camino Cantina | King Street

November rain or purple rain? At El Camino Cantina, it’s porque no los dos with their November special, the bright purple The Prince margarita! Simply head in and make it rain dollar bills ($25 to be exact) to receive this stunning marg’ infused with acai berry and topped with seasonal fruits.

Bubbles and Barrels Festival| Pig ‘n’ Whistle | Fortitude Valley

You know the G&G loves an old-fashioned B&B – a Bubbles and Barrels festival, that is! Thankfully, the Valley’s Pig ‘n’ Whistle has answered our prayers with their plans to booze up Brunswick street with the help of participating breweries from across Australia. Ready to stop the world and malt with B&B this November 16? Buy your tickets here.

Fish and Spritz | One Fish Two Fish | Kangaroo Point

Tis’ the sea-son to be spritzin’, tra-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-laaa.

Seriously though, if you’re trawling for a delicious springtime drink, look no further than the Fish and Spritz offer at One Fish Two Fish! Head in during lunch any Friday, Saturday, or Sunday in November to enjoy six seafood dishes paired with a unique spritz on arrival (pink peach, anyone?) for just $55pp, or upgrade to bottomless spritzes for $79pp. Read more and book in here.

Sip and Shop Pop Up | City Winery | CBD

Not to talk shop, but this is one springtime sipping spree that simply can’t be missed! City Winery is joining forces with BrisStyle to bring the latter’s virtual store to life on Sunday, November 17 from 10am to 4pm. Pairing handmade wares with delicious wine? Yes, please.

Benders | South Brisbane

Extra splendour this November comes in the form of Benders, Brisbane’s newest burger bar! The brainchild of West End fave Billykart Bar, Benders opens November 6 with a smorgasbord of delicious burgers, including an Aussie burger with housemade beef patty, bacon, fried egg, beetroot, tomato, lettuce, and rhubarb ketchup. Get chatty over patties and hit them up this month.

Be quick, Brisbane! You only have T-minus thirty days to enjoy these tasty November treats.

Words by Jacqueline Pon
- the gourmand who can’t believe October is Oct-over.