City wanderers may have noticed an unmarked doorway open next to The Grosvenor on George Street in Brisbane City. There’s no need to proceed with caution as you curiously make your way up the stairs – what you’ll find at the top is the bright and breezy space of Greenglass. The eatery comes from Cameron and Jordan Votan, the heroes that brought us Fortitude Valley’s Happy Boy. Greenglass serves up French bistro-inspired lunches and dinners, which serve as a backdrop for the impressive wine selection – the true star of the venue. Greenglass has partnered with Cameron’s Spokenwine, which offers diners a ‘visual wine list’ with more than 100 small-batch Australian wines on show. The restaurant’s weekly rotating selection of mains rarely cost more than $30, and are supplemented by a range of tapas-style share plates. Greenglass serves coffee and pastries from 8:00 am, and also opens between lunch and dinner services for those wanting to sip on a cheeky wine.


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