- Food & Booze
Where to eat on Monday
If brussel sprouts were a day – it would be Monday. It’s like the weekend had the ultimate bender and Monday is the painful and depressing hangover, reminding you of a better time.
But when it comes the important things in life (a.k.a food), it’s ultimate TGIM! We’ve rounded up a list of the best meals and deals served around Brisbane, making arguably the most painful day of the week not only bearable but also delicious.
Vapiano | CBD
For the marathon of the week ahead, carb loading on a Monday seems not only intelligent but necessary. Vapiano is here to prepare your body for another work week with $10 pizza or pasta lunches every Monday – willingly stealing a pizza our heart.
Chop Chop Changs | West End
After a big day at the office, “Wine and Whine” over a delicious Asian banquet at Chop Chop Changs. With BYO Monday nights to start your week, bag up your best Moet (or Passion Pop), stop and smell the Rose and let out the things you’ve been bottling up.
The Fox | South Brisbane
It’s just another Manic Monday over at the Fox with their ever-changing nightly specials. With two-for-one offers, oyster nights and kilos of finger lickin’ goodness, you’ll be booking a table every night of the week before you know it.
Comuna Cantina | CBD
Monday-itis is a common condition – and when a Campbells microwave cup-a-soup just didn’t provide the relief you need, perhaps something a bit stronger is on the cards. Comuna Cantina is open late Monday nights serving everyone’s favourite freshly ground alcoholic bev – the espresso martini. But it doesn’t end there – pimp it out by adding Nutella, Tim Tams or Mint Slices. Even the doctors would recommend this cure!
Ahmets | South Bank
If rainy days and Mondays always get you down, then get down to Ahmets Turkish in South Bank. With flavours as big as Kylie Jenner’s lips, Mondays see their signature pides (Turkish pizzas) on your table for only $10.
Il Posto | Paddington
Pizza doesn’t need a psychology degree to solve our problems – especially when ust $15. Thin, saucy, crispy and satisfying – the guys at Il Posto certainly know how to turn Monday into Mon-yay.
Bavarian Bier Café | Eagle Street
If you’re totally over Monday by 11am – and the salad you bought for lunch fell into the trash can unexpectedly – Bavarian Bier Café will make your day a little less crummy. For $15 grab the schnitty and craft bier combo, enjoy the view and “don’t worry, beer happy.”
The George Bar and Bistro | King Street | Bowen Hills
Trek over to the George Bar and Bistro for their Plat du Jour. These guys don’t mesculn around on a Monday, delivering a fresh Turkish roll, filled with soft caramelised onion, melted cheese and a tender minute steak.
So put your mind on your Monday and your Monday on your mind.