What's New In Brisbane This Week | Gourmand and Gourmet

What's New This Week

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New month, new week, new places to eat! This week it’s all about burgers in Brissie and beyond, and we certainly aren’t complaining.

SAY HELLO TO EATCLUB AT FRITZENBERGER | Caxton Street

 

Hugely popular discount dining app EatClub is launching in Brisbane this week, and they’re giving away 300 burgers at Fritzenberger on Friday to celebrate! Designed to help restaurants fill their empty tables while giving diners great feeds for cheap, EatClub offers discounts from 20-50% off your total bill. To claim your free burg on Friday, simply download the app, redeem the offer, and head to Fritzenberger before 9pm!

LITTLE ASHTON | Stafford

Following in the footsteps of older sister, Ashton & Old in Camp Hill, Little Ashton has set up field-side at Wilston Grange AFL Club. Perched above the picturesque lawn and dishing up breaky delights like pork belly fried rice and buttermilk pancakes with spiced poached apples, Little Ashton is open seven days for your suburban breakfast and lunch needs. Enjoy a Veneziano coffee while cheering on the AFL star in your life, or get stuck into a mid-week breaky- they even offer catering!

OKTOBERFEST AT BURGER PROJECT | CBD and South Bank

Neil Perry’s Burger Project is celebrating Oktoberfest the German way, with The Oktoberfest burger, stacked with golden chicken schnitzel, creamy house-made mushroom sauce, and sauerkraut. If you still haven’t stopped by a Burger Project, The Oktoberfest is the sign you’ve been waiting for!

BREWED BREWERY | Paradise Point

Gold Coast locals have another fab venue in which to enjoy soon-to-be summer afternoons,  and with great views of the Marina, it’s the perfect place to kick back and enjoy a brew, Gold Coast-style. Featuring 22 beers on tap, Brewed Brewery has something for everyone, with a menu including pork ribs with caramelised mandarin, whole barramundi with wombok, chilli and lychee, and wagyu tataki with truffle dashi and garlic miso.

THE AMERICAN DINER CO | Fortitude Valley

Carrying on from its wild popularity at their original Enoggera venue, The American Diner Co has opened up in the trendy California Lane precinct off Brunswick Street, with a spacious beer garden in tow. Offering USA-style classics like wings, loaded burgers, classic hot dogs, and chilli fries, The American Diner Co is The Valley’s latest spot to go all-out American.

 

Noticed a new venue popping up? Let us know at editor@gourmandandgourmet.com.au