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The Brisbane food scene has come a long way in 12 years, and so have our EAT/drink Awards. The awards launched with our beloved map magazine in 2007 as Brisbane’s first entirely reader-voted food awards. Following map’s retirement in 2014, The Weekend Edition has continued to grow the awards and celebrate the best places in Brisbane to eat and drink. This …

Bars
Plant Vibes Cafe | Brisbane's best vegan spots
Food & Drink

Hospo heroes – the Brisbane venues offering takeaway in the current lockdown

Well, there we go, folks. Queensland’s three-day snap lockdown has been extended until at least 4:00 pm on Sunday August 8 – that means we’ve got a whole lot more time spent indoors on the cards. While we bide our time and wait for eventual freedom, spare a thought for the cafes, bars and restaurants doing it tough. If you’ve got a bit of cash to splash, consider getting a takeaway treat from your favourite local eatery! Whether you’re craving a coffee, have a hankering for a greasy burger or you’re just down to support your local, keep reading to find out how and where you can score some of Brisbane’s best takeaway bites and beverages during lockdown.

Cafes
Florence Cafe | Best cafes in Camp Hill | The Weekend Edition
Food & Drink

The round-up: elevate your brunch at the best cafes in Camp Hill

If any suburb was in the running for the title of Brisbane's brunch mecca, we reckon Camp Hill would have a good shot at the crown. The gorgeous inner-south community is flush with phenomenal coffee nooks and breakfast joints, each offering a brilliant take on morning fare. If you're unsure of where to start, we've assembled a quick hit list of some of the best cafes in Camp Hill.

Casual Dining
Botanica Real Food brings its salads south with new Camp Hill store
Food & Drink

Botanica Real Food brings its salads south with new Camp Hill store

In this day and age, we think it's safe to assume that the phrase 'you don't make friends with salad' is well and truly incorrect. Perhaps it wasn't always the case, but when Botanica Real Food first opened its Red Hill location six years ago the way we looked at salads changed forever. Since then, Botanica's salad-savvy owners Brett and Alison Hutley opened a second outlet in Teneriffe in 2016, and this weekend will follow it up with its first spot south of the river at Camp Hill Marketplace. Now those of you that have been trekking across town for a taste of Botanica's fresh salads, sweets and savoury tarts can cut their journey significantly from Saturday July 6.

Clothing
Camp Hill Antique Centre and TART Cafe settles in to its brand-new digs
Gentlefolk

Camp Hill Antique Centre and TART Cafe settles in to its brand-new digs

Though the closure of the Woolloongabba Antique Centre broke our hearts, we barely had time to mourn before Camp Hill Antique Centre opened and established itself as Brisbane’s new home of eclectic, pre-loved furniture and accessories. In addition to a gargantuan space filled wall to wall with all manner of paraphernalia, Camp Hill Antique Centre is also home to TART Cafe – a fetching mid-century inspired diner that plates up the perfect fare to fuel your imminent shopping spree.

Bars
The round-up: what's open in Brisbane this Easter long weekend
Food & Drink

The round-up: what’s open in Brisbane this Easter long weekend

Our favourite holiday for feasting is finally upon us! While most of our diets will be made up of chocolate and hot cross buns (no judgement here), you may be on the lookout for some places that are staying open this Easter long weekend to keep you well-nourished and well-hydrated ... after all, it’s all about balance. There’s a spectacular selection of cafes, bars and restaurants open this Easter ensuring we stay full and fuelled all weekend long. Take a peek at our extensive list …

Cafes
Go nuts for doughnuts – nodo brings its coveted treats and brilliant brunch to Camp Hill
Food & Drink

Go nuts for doughnuts – nodo brings its coveted treats and brilliant brunch to Camp Hill

From buzz-worthy gluten-free doughnut stall to Brisbane’s best cafe, the nodo story is one for the ages. Over four years, Kate Williams has nurtured and grown nodo into the heralded institution we’re all familiar with – perennially popular and effortlessly cool. nodo’s long-awaited new locale at the Camp Hill Marketplace opened this week, pairing its menu of colourful and inspired brunch eats (and its wildly popular array of gluten-free doughnuts, of course) with an airy open-plan cafe space in the heart of one of Brisbane’s most rapidly evolving suburbs.

Cafes
Base Camp South starts slinging specialty coffee and snacks in Newstead
Food & Drink

Base Camp South starts slinging specialty coffee and snacks in Newstead

Sometimes the start of a new work week can feel like you're about to attempt an ascent of Mount Everest. Any experienced mountaineer will tell you a task that tall requires adequate preparation and equipment, and while most of us aren't scaling precipitous peaks on a weekly basis the same advice applies to our nine-to-five. Base Camp South is a brand-new specialty coffee and snack spot ensuring folks are adequately fuelled to tackle anything on their agenda. Gear up and take a look inside ...

Community
Death Valley Fun Camp
Events

Death Valley Fun Camp

Time to put those social media accounts on snooze (if only that was possible) and play together out under an open sky. Campfires, crafts, food, drink, music, karaoke and connection – you can squeeze a lot into 24 hours when you disconnect. We all know how good it feels, but sometimes it helps to have a lil nudge. In its …

Community
2018 African and Camp Hill Neighbour Day Festival
Events

2018 African and Camp Hill Neighbour Day Festival

The Queensland African Communities Council and Camp Hill Community and Sporting Club invite you to join us in celebrating Neighbour Day. Neighbour Day is Australia’s annual celebration of community, encouraging people to connect with those who live in their neighbourhood. This year, Neighbour Day will be celebrated on the 25 March 2018. Together, with some help from the Queensland Government, …