Sundays at Portside Wharf
Sundays are usually a day for relaxing and recouping after a long week and we reckon there’s no better way to do this than by wining and dining by the river. Hamilton hub Portside Wharf is perfectly positioned for just this and you can take your Sunday sesh up a notch at @ Mr and Mrs Jones, which on selected Sundays hosts Drag Queen Bingo – an afternoon of mouth-watering bites, cheeky games and of course, some fabulous and flawless drag queens! More sizzling fun awaits at Mediterranean eatery Byblos Bar & Grill, where you can indulge in smoky cocktails, succulent flame-grilled meats, mulled wine and live entertainment at its Smoky Sundays celebrations. On Sunday July 25, Portside Wharf will come alive with a special makers market with help from The Market Folk. The market will showcase a colourful collection of handmade ceramics, accessories, art, natural skincare and more from some of Brisbane’s best and brightest creatives, designers and local makers.
If movies are more your thing (reclining with a big ol’ bucket of popcorn sounds pretty great to us), enjoy new-release blockbusters while digging into flavoursome fare with Dine with Dendy Cinemas Portside. Take the theatre experience to a luxe new level at @ Mr and Mrs Jones with a glass of French bubbles on arrival, a four-course dinner and a ticket to the movies for $65 per person, or tuck in to a delectable Indian feast at Aamaya (a belly-warming curry, perhaps?) and nab a $7.50 movie ticket with any purchase. More dynamite movie-and-meal deals await at Byblos Bar & Grill, Burrito Bar and Subway or opt to capitalise on the Sunday sunset with a waterfront cocktail at Belvedere Bar n Grill, Gusto da Gianni or Sono Japanese Restaurant.