Treats
HK Honey
Food & Drink

Discover the good deeds of HK Honey

Founded by product designer Michael Leung, HK Honey brings together beekeepers, artists and designers to install and maintain hives amongst the high-rise apartments of Hong Kong. Connecting local people with local beekeepers and supplying them with local honey, HK Honey brings people closer to the origins of their food in a city that lacks green space. more

Restaurants
Pony Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane
Food & Drink

Sydney institution Pony opens at Eagle Street Pier

With locations at Neutral Bay and The Rocks in Sydney, Pony Dining has eloped up the coast to Brisbane’s Riverside precinct. Known for impressive design fit-outs of contemporary furniture, curved wooden ceilings and block-colour stained-glass windows, Pony Dining continues to embrace all things raw and exposed in the new Eagle Street Pier space. more

Bars
Loft, West End
Food & Drink

New village bar Loft opens in West End

A new bar is set to grace West End this weekend, opening above old brother Archive Beer Boutique. Self-described as a New York-style village bar, Loft is a cocktail and wine lounge, replacing rowdy previous upstairs tenant Uber. more

Restaurants
Made in Africa, Moorooka
Food & Drink

Discover the wonders of Ethiopian cuisine in Brisbane

Fostering the true meaning of shared dining is the cuisine of Ethiopia. Forgoing cutlery, Ethiopian cuisine uses injera – a spongey pancake- or crepe-like bread – as means for picking up portions of meat, curries and vegetables. Seeking out the most authentic Ethiopian foodstuffs in Brisbane, we discovered a plethora of African food experiences in Moorooka. more

Recipes
The Golden Pig, Newstead
Food & Drink

The Street Photographer: The Golden Pig

By day, the back streets of Newstead are an industrial jungle of comings and goings. But at dusk, the streets grow quiet, the quiet surrounds allowing the kitchen at The Golden Pig Food & Wine School to create the noise. The cavernous warehouse space has been transformed into an architecturally savvy environment, combining all the gadgets and gizmos of a professional chef, with lush hanging gardens and white walls. A space to learn from scratch, pick up neat tips or perfect your hand at a particular cuisine, The Golden Pig lets you create masterpieces in the kitchen, before feasting upon your handiwork. Check out The Golden Pig on The Street Photographer.   more

Coffee
Tall Short Espresso
Food & Drink

Tall Short Espresso makes a move to Eagle Lane

The vintage red VW kombi van that is Tall Short Espresso has traversed the river from South Bank to Riverside, now finding a weekday home at Eagle Lane. You may have noticed its very rouge existence pop up at Brisbane Festival this year, as the van caters to events about town as well as a usual weekday spot. more

Recipes
homemade blackberry ice-cream
Food & Drink

Keep cool with Homemade Blackberry Ice-cream

The warm days and humid nights of late have left us feeling parched and in need of something chilled and refreshing to make it all bearable. While store-bought ice-cream from a tub is quick and accessible, there’s nothing more satisfying than whipping up your own chilled dessert from farm-fresh berries, eggs and milk. Try this recipe for homemade blackberry ice-cream at home this weekend, which works with or without an ice-cream maker. more


Recipes
pear & gorgonzola crostini
Food & Drink

Make: Pear & Gorgonzola Crostini

Savoury meets sweet in this visual recipe for Pear & Gorgonzola Crostini. Meaning ‘little toasts’ in Italian, the crostini are topped with the sweet flavours of the honey and pear, complemented by the bite of the blue cheese. Make as an elegant snack pre-dinner party feast or simply as an afternoon treat. more

Bars
O'lea food bar, Woolloongabba
Food & Drink

New bar and foodie haunt Olea opens in Woolloongabba

Small bars are a golden invention. Design savvy and serving carefully curated offerings of liquor and foodstuffs, the small bar lets you indulge in superb offerings and be tucked back in bed just post midnight. The latest establishment to open under this pretense is O’lea in Woolloongabba. Posited along Stanley Street East, next door to Foxy Bean, O’lea is a suburban wine and beer bar, serving meals crafted from market-driven produce. more

Restaurants
Hatakaya Ramen, Sunnybank
Food & Drink

Try the traditional broths of Hakataya Ramen, Sunnybank

Analogous to a tiny ramen shop in downtown Tokyo, Hakataya Ramen transports diners straight to Nippon. Raw wooden panelling and two long wooden benches span the length of the narrow interior, with seats filled with hungry locals bringing bowls to their mouths to slurp delicious noodles – a traditional custom in Japan. more

Restaurants
dinesmart, south bank
Food & Drink

DineSmart at South Bank to help the homeless

While the festive season begins to envelop us in celebratory evenings out sipping champagne and toasting to a good year, it’s also a time for giving back and thinking of others. In the six weeks leading up to Christmas, restaurants the country over are participating in DineSmart, a national initiative to support the homeless in our local community. more

Recipes
picnic panzanella recipe
Food & Drink

Pack Panzanella for your next picnic

There can be many variations to a panzanella recipe. Traditional recipes see purely tomatoes and bread take to the mix, while more contemporary versions feature cucumber, capsicum, capers and anchovies. You could also use cooked chorizo or olives to add more indulgent flavours, while crisp cucumber and capsicum freshen the meal to a summery lightness. more

The Grocer
A Wolf in the Kitchen
Food & Drink

Discover A Wolf In The Kitchen at Rosalie Gourmet Market

Preserving the garden and orchard's bounty in vinegar, sugar and oil conserves has long been a seasonal ritual. The labourious process of slicing ingredients, heating delicious concoctions and transferring the precious creation into a jar is sometimes unattainable in our busy schedules. Alla Wolf-Tasker has endeavoured to provide time-poor folk with wholesome, homely tastes that celebrate artisan processes and wholesome family recipes. more

The Grocer
New York Farm City
Food & Drink

Urban agriculture: New York Farm City

Making the dream of urban farming a reality is Brooklyn Grange Farm in New York City. Posited across two rooftops in Brooklyn and Queens, Brooklyn Grange Farm cultivates herbs, vegetables, wild flowers, bees, chickens and more above the city. From a pop-up small farm in Brooklyn to a fully sustainable business, this urban farm is just one of many that provides to chefs’ kitchens and the local community’s pantries. This short documentary delves into the passions and dreams of the urban farming folk of New York. Image via Tender is the Bite. more

The Grocer
Stones Corner Market
Food & Drink

New Sunday market in Stones Corner

A new market mixing fresh produce and food with handmade goods has started up in Stones Corner. Located along the shopping strip at the corner of Old Cleveland and Logan Roads, the market will run on the first and third Sundays of the month. Wanderers can indulge in a scoop of ice-cream and pick a bunch of flowers for the kitchen table at home, while browsing through the stalls of fresh fruit and vegetables by local growers. Find an exotic array of Green Valley spices alongside specialty tea leaves, with Karbala Brothers German Sausages and Bahbah Foods also amongst the producers. Drop by from 6:00 am to 1:00 pm this Sunday. Image via Lonely Planet.   more

Coffee
Ltd espresso + brew bar, Fortitude Valley
Food & Drink

Ltd espresso + brew bar opens in Fortitude Valley

Inspired by the act of sitting and being served at a bar for your well-crafted morning espresso in Italy, Ltd espresso + brew bar in Fortitude Valley is a purist coffee haunt. Predominately black and white, with touches of wood and mason-jar lighting, the minimalist interior at Ltd lets the coffee take focus. more

Restaurants
The Postale Society, Brisbane
Food & Drink

The Postale Society hosts a supperclub at The Servery

The Postale Society is a new collaboration between local creatives Louise Lindgren (of looseleaf.paper) and Kristina Chelberg. An intimate evening of dining, stories and kinship, The Postale Society Supper Club will see 20 folk of various backgrounds come together for hors d’oeuvres and fine wines. The Postale Society was formed as a way to tell stories, piece by piece, through beautifully written correspondence that arrives in your letterbox in installments, like a postcard. Reinventing the joy of postal communication, The Postale Society is now branching into stories told in person through hosting a supperclub. Fostering an opportunity for inspiration and fellowship, the Supper Club lets local creatives engage in conversations over a common enjoyment of shared dining in a sumptuous space. The first of these evenings is being held at The Servery on November 15. more