Establece la posición actual
Located in the center of the city, the Victory makes an excellent early starting point for those who are keen for a big night out. The large beer garden area is the popular meeting place for many Brisbane office workers, and coupled with the cheap drink prices and excellent live bands, it is not hard to see why the crowds are often spilling onto the sidewalk. Once you have exhausted yourself with Sunday shopping, spend the “arvo” kicking back to the sounds of Australia's best rock and roll from the 1980s and 1990s.
Upmarket and ritzy, Someplace Else is a haven for the more mature party goer. Despite the often-confusing name (try telling someone to meet you "someplace else" and they will invariably say, "yes, but where?") this is a fun venue for dancing and meeting people, with the best new music always supplemented by your favorite tunes from the last couple of decades. There is a small eatery in the entrance for those who wish to have a quick meal before they shake their groove thing or move to the bar.
Found right in the center of Brisbane’s CBD is Doo-Bop, a restaurant and jazz bar which is recognized as one of Brisbane’s finest live music venues. This place has managed to strike a chord with people who love good food and jazz music. While the restaurant is located on the ground, it is the basement which attracts people as it is the venue of live performance. This place also houses a completely refurbished piano which dates back to 1955. Doo-Bop is so popular that it serves a venue for more than eighty live performances every month. To add flavor to the mood, the bar serves its patrons a large variety of Tapas dishes. Pay a visit to this slick jazz bar to enjoy a live musical performance and a truly memorable night.
Il Centro is a very popular restaurant situated at the Eagle Street Pier. It has won several awards over the years including a Best Tourism Restaurant. The restaurant is simple and very elegant, offering a relaxed, but classy environment. Being by the Brisbane River assists in creating this atmosphere whilst providing wonderful views. The fully licensed restaurant is open for lunch and dinner offering superb Italian and seafood dishes. A popular dish is the Cigale Di Mare (Moreton Bay Bugs)and another is the Spinach Fettuccine. The restaurant opens for lunch from Monday to Friday and Sunday at 12 pm, and is open from 6pm for dinner everyday.
Bavarian Bier Cafe in Brisbane enjoys an enviable waterfront location, on the Eagle Street Pier. Overlooking the lively blue of Brisbane River, the place serves a delicious German cuisine. To couple with these scrumptious Bavarian offerings, there's a range of Saxony beers and ales, schnapps and wines available. The place is often sought for corporate brunches and dinners, given the spacious dining area and fantastic service. Brunches here are quite awesome, check the website for more details.
The swanky Mr & Mrs G is located on Eagle Street Pier, overlooking the glorious Brisbane River. A trendy, glamorous place, the cocktail lounge presents you with a gorgeous dining area, whether its indoors or on the patio which offers beautiful vistas. Named for the owners, Andy and Marcia Georges, Mr & Mrs G makes for a fantastic dining destination. Whether it's a private occasion - a romantic date or anniversary celebration, or an important business lunch, Mr & Mrs G will not disappoint. The offerings are as exquisite as this upscale bar's situation, whether its dishes like slow roasted lamb or fresh shucked oysters, or libations like martinis and G With a Twist.