Dicki’s Ascot – Opening Soon

Brisbane’s plant-based dining scene has boomed in recent years and much of its early success can be attributed to the plant-based pioneers behind vegan-centric New Farm cafe Dicki’s. The family-owned business, operated by Zulueta siblings Justine, Lexi, Choy and Diana, has become a popular meeting point for fans of nourishing nosh – so much so that seating is at a premium nearly every weekend. In good news for the plant-based populace of Brisbane’s northside, Dicki’s will soon open a new location in Ascot, with a second cafe currently underway on the corner of Racecourse Road and Lancaster Road. This expansion – located in the site formerly home to Meltz Gourmet Pizza Bar – is shaping up to be larger than its Brunswick Street sibling and is touted as Dicki’s headquarters for all of its baking and ingredients production. Dicki’s Ascot will be brighter and sunnier than its New Farm sibling, with an estimated seating capacity of 65 spread across a light an airy interior (which will boast sage tones and brass textures) and shaded footpath spaces. Although details on the new location’s menu is currently being kept under wraps, the team will offer a bigger selection of plant-based morsels (core favourites will also feature) as well as a selection of boozy sips. Dicki’s Ascot is targeting a late-November or early-December opening date – stay tuned for more information!


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