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Station Road Dining welcomes Corbett & Claude

More than 100 years ago, Corbett Chambers was known as the go-to meeting place for commercial travellers in Brisbane. Groups would gather with friends and fellow adventurers before travelling to isolated towns, sharing stories and meals with a drink in hand. more

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Where to eat around Byron this Splendour

Whether you’ll be devouring your morning-after carb load with a splitting headache or will be looking to fuel up on nourishing meals before heading in to Splendour in the Grass, we’ve scouted some of the best venues in the region for your dining pleasure. more

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Clayfield welcomes coffee royalty Queen of Pops

When coffee meets ice, some amazing things happen. But iced coffees and affogatos are just the beginning ... it is time to treat your tastebuds to a coffee popsicle. Clayfield's newest monarch is ready to change the way you consume your espresso shot, and she goes by the name Queen of Pops. more

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Prepare for the daily grind with the perfect grind from local roasters

The aroma of freshly roasted coffee beans irresistible to coffee lovers! As you’re passing through Fortitude Valley or Bowen Hills on the way to work, you’ll be pleased to know that you can find the perfect grind and get your caffeine fix by many award-winning local roasters. Fifth Battery Coffee Roasters, off Saint Pauls Terrace, offers specialty espresso that’s sourced, secured and roasted in small batches to keep your coffee fresh and flavoursome. Its bomb shelter-meets-cathedral-like headquarters is the perfect locale to reflect its name origins – named after the founders grandfather E.G. Gowty, who was drafted to the 5th Battery 2/2 Heavy Anti-aircraft Regiment. The house blend offers a heavy body with smooth flavours of cocoa and malt and a bright acidity with a lingering spicy finish. Suits, lycra, uniforms and streetwear pour in and out of Bellissimo Coffee on Wandoo… more

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Weekend brunch with your besties

Nothing gets you going more than a hearty brunch on the weekends. Whether you just feel like a bowl of granola or an all-out breakfast, local haunts not far from King Street, Fortitude Valley tick all the brunch boxes. Tucked away off Ann Street, up near the Brunswick Street Mall, is Bakery Lane which is the perfect hideaway for a lazy weekend starter with friends. Check out the new hole-in-the-wall called kiosk. which serves up a mean espresso and tasty treats that promise to be from local, seasonal and sustainable produce. People love this place because of its Moubarak family charm and plus, who doesn’t love some signature cocktails in the morning? If you’re into organic staples, you have an option right next door. The Tree House is your haven for good organically focussed breakfast staples, including vegan and gluten-free, and its whimsical interior inspired by Never… more