Meek Social House
The latest hotspot to arrive at Woolloongabba’s South City Square strip is Meek Social House, a casual-cool eatery from the crew behind nostalgia-driven pitstop (and fellow South City Square tenant) Tuckshop Time. Described as the big sister to Tuckshop Time, Meek Social House is a larger-format bar and restaurant that draws much of its inspiration from two iconic hubs of surf, sun and sand – California’s Newport Beach and our very own Byron Bay. Hewn out of the old Kivahan space, this coastal-inspired venue has positioned itself at a value-oriented meeting point for locals, with a broad food offering encompassing everything from seafood and steak to all-you-can-eat bao nights. The back bar boasts a gin-focused selection of spirits, which funnel into a list of colourful and handcrafted cocktails (many featuring flower and flavour-infused ice cubes). A quirky wine list, a selection of mainstream beers on tap and a collection of craft tinnies rounds out the offering.