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Word on the Street: Foodie News
Thinking about lunch before you’ve even take your first bite of breakfast? Biggest current stress which dress will disguise your food baby AND make you look $100?
Consider dinner an investment in your happiness? We’ve got the scoop for you!
Ready for a plate smashing time? The Greek Club has reopened with an absolute bang, and the new signature Greek restaurant, Nostimo Restaurant & Bar, is set to open at the end of June. Internationally acclaimed Sydney-based Greek Chef, David Tsirekas will be spicing things up as Chef in Residence, creating a menu that celebrates local ingredients as well as combining modern and classical Greek flavours.
Something’s been brewing in Newstead; Range Brewing has finally opened its doors! With seven beers on tap, sourdough pizzas in the oven and some seriously chill vibes you know we’re bubbling to check it out!
The Great Southern Hotel on George Street is getting a massive facelift, with rooftop dining, green courtyards, street-art activations and a five-story atrium, filled with plants.
The mysterious Cargo X continues to taunt us as more shipping containers arrive on McLachlan Street. Set to be Brisbane’s most instagrammable venue, the new Fortitude Valley hotspot will have rotating food trucks and bars and is due to open in October.
EVENTS & HAPPENINGS
Combining our favourite things in life: cheese, wine and laneway festivals, Laneway WV is turning West Village into a cheese lovers wildest dream with Fromage Laneway on May 27th. Enjoy a selection of cheeses, a glass of sparkling on arrival and live music from French jazz trio. Tickets are available here.
Form an orderly Q, South Bank’s Stokehouse Q will close its doors to the public on June 21stto host a five-course feast. Celebrating local producers and growers, ‘From Around Here’ will feature produce from the Scenic Rim, Granite Belt, Sunshine Coast and Darling Downs, paired perfectly with beverages. Tickets are $160pp and can be purchased by calling(07) 3020 0600.
The very best of art, food and wine is again returning to Treasury Brisbane. Brisbane artist Anne Armstrong is joining forces with Shotesbrooke Vineyards for the latest Art of the Palate on May 29. Admire acrylic landscapes of Brisbane whilst enjoying an intimate four-course dinner and sipping on Shottesbrooke wines.
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The G&G x