NoHo Bar & Grill brings the flavours of the Big Apple to Wilston
In case you don’t know your New York history, NoHo – that is the area north of Houston Street in Manhattan – was once the stomping ground of the likes of Andy Warhol and the home of CBGB. This storied neighbourhood is a quintessential part of New York culture, and now a slice of that culture has come to Wilston. NoHo Bar & Grill is plating some of the best American street food in town, and is doing so with a casual yet modern flair.
When it comes to hospitality, Glenys Pitkin is one of the most hospitable people you will ever meet. As a seasoned veteran of the food and drink game, Glenys has owned and operated casual and fine dining institutions all along the coast. Glenys’s newest venture with partner Barry Amor is the hip New York-inspired eatery NoHo Bar & Grill, which draws upon the casual diner culture of the city that never sleeps. Located in Wilston Village in a space locals might remember once housed Earth’N’Sea, NoHo Bar & Grill features a revamped interior with a swanky new bar, plenty of interior and outdoor seating as well as a formidable menu of bites that caters to groups, families and intimate get-togethers.
If you know anything about America, it’s that food is a big deal. The same applies to NoHo Bar & Grill – the menu is chock-full of good grub from the Big Apple bagels, to the finger lickin’ share plates down to the downtown sandwiches. Philly cheesesteaks, po boys, mac and cheese, poutine, chilli dogs and burgers are all available on the menu, but that’s not all. The Big Show portion of the menu offers patrons chargrilled meats, while the share board is simply astounding – chicken tenders, baby pork ribs, calamari, corn dogs and mac n cheese croquettes are piled high, and is an incredible sight to behold (before you tuck in and demolish it, that is). NoHo Bar & Grill also offers breakfast options such as waffles, corned beef hash, enchilada bake and breakfast burgers, plus tap beer, boutique wine and cocktail jugs for those looking to spend an afternoon or evening nibbling and sipping.
If reading this has made your stomach extra growly, consider heading to the Stumble Guide to find the quickest route to NoHo bar & Grill to make it shut up.
The Stumble Guide is our comprehensive Brisbane dining guide with more than 1800 places to eat, drink, shop and play.