The name DA’Burger has become synonymous with hunger-busting eats – just ask any burger-loving residents of New Farm. Five years after its arrival on the Brisbane food scene, DA’Burger opened a second destination in Ascot, tucked away inside Racecourse Village. Where New Farm is imbued with a grungy feel, Ascot is a little bit more refined, boasting splashes of colour with a sizeable mural and DA’Burger’s iconic signature wall. The joint has transferred its menu of flame-grilled burgers, but has built upon the favourites with a selection of saucy smoked chicken wings. Diners can now snack on bowls of wings coated in Thai-style citrus sauce, Miso, honey and rice wine, barbecue and ginger, or a simple seasoning of Himalayan pink salt and herbs. More than 35 craft beers are available at Ascot, with new taps installed to pour Green Beacon and rotating brews. A spiked drinks selection is also available, with James’ kaffir lime and lemongrass-infused Bloody Mary sure to set sore heads straight.