Electric Avenue

The lads behind popular Woolloongabba cocktail haunt Canvas have opened a brand-new venue on the opposite side of their Logan Road cul-de-sac home. Owners Dan Rodriguez and Bodie Schofield (alongside new partners Nick Royds and Adam Pykett) spent the early months on 2017 overhauling the neighbouring Crosstown Public House – transforming it into the eclectically cool bar and bistro Electric Avenue. With a throwback aesthetic nodding to Woolloongabba’s antique precinct past, Electric Avenue is a multi-faceted venue that will offer patrons the choice of casual pre or post-dinner drinks in a freshly renovated bar area or a meal in the stylishly appointed bistro, where head chef Will Quartel plates up a fusion of bistro-meets-fine dining morsels made from interesting produce. There are rumblings of another element to the establishment that the boys are keeping hush hush, so interested parties will have to rock down to Electric Avenue to get a glimpse of what is on offer.


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