There is plenty of room to sit down with your group and talk without having to yell, and plenty of space to relive your dancing days. A newly renovated marble interior greets you upon entry at The Embassy. For those who enjoy a casual gamble, take a peek downstairs at the gaming room, complete with an array of gaming machines and its own bar facilities. The bar is five-star with more than 100 kinds of bottles beers on offer along with 16 beers on tap. Wines, signature concoctions and hard liqueur drinks are also available. The extensive bar menu ensures that the most finicky of tastes are catered for. If not, nothing is too much to ask of the extremely friendly staff. Standard pub fare is available, with a few surprises like steaks and seafood platters.
Experience some of the best weekend party nights at the MET nightclub and entertainment center. This club is spread across three levels and has six bars decked with variety of drinks for late night revelers. Some of the top DJs and music artists have performed at this club, making this one of the most crowded and happening party houses in the city.
Occupying a large space on Ann Street in the Valley, The Beat Megaclub has been the city's longstanding fixture since it first opened in the early eighties. This trendy club is most well known for being a hit with the city's LGBT community, and comes alive every weekend with pulsating DJ grooves, drag shows, and whatnot. There's plenty of space for everyone in its multi-space environs, and those who fancy a drink or two can hit up any one of the seven bars that are housed within the club.
With the picturesque Story Bridge as a backdrop and positioned directly on the Brisbane River, Friday's has all aspects of a night out covered in one venue. The bar and grill are open from lunchtime everyday and the music goes till late. With two separate rooms, you can choose the latest dance grooves or check out some of Brisbane's premier live bands pumping out some rock classics. The large outdoor area makes it easy to have a conversation without losing your voice.
Established more than a century ago, the décor at the Breakfast Creek Hotel may not be turn-of-the-millennium, but the quaint Spanish feel is sufficient to supplement the mouth-watering menu. The outdoor eating area is dimly illuminated and many a candlelit dinner takes place at the popular steakhouse. Widely acknowledged as the best place for steaks in Brisbane, the Breakfast Creek Hotel serves up the juiciest, most tantalizing food, clubbed with chilled beer in their beer garden just the way it's supposed to be.
The Scratch Bar in Brisbane is very popular among working professionals and youngsters in the city because of their brilliant offers on beer. The bar aims to create an atmosphere of relaxed drinking, minus any pretentious attitude. You will love the rustic ambiance and the creative posters on the walls. Besides, the happy hours ensure that drinking here is easy-on-pocket. Stop in for a nice beer and some starters and make a day of it!
Established in 2004, Rush is a swanky, contemporary bar located in Central Business Center, on Queen Street. The decor at this fantastic establishment reflects glamour, elegance and class, while the menu mirrors a more local approach, with several Australasian preparations on offer. The drink features a prolific, well-considered wine section, beers on tap, spirits, coffee and teas, needless to say, Rush makes for a great hang, no matter what you're drinking! Catering to a wide demographic of patrons, the chic bar is great for business lunches as well as a casual night outs with friends. Open for all meals of the day, Rush seldom disappoints.
This heritage bar in Brisbane City serves amazing cocktails, crafted beer, whiskey, rum and wine in a happening set up. You can come to this vintage looking bar with wood decor and warm lights, to eat some pickled egg sandwich, fruit salad, sordough toast and rueben sandwich for breakfast. The evenings are more fun and social when you can grab a beer with your friends and just have a relaxed and good time at the bar.
Located opposite the Shrine of Remembrance and sitting adjacent to the Central train station, the Fihelly's Bar is a conveniently located, quiet watering hole in the Grand Central Hotel. The simple public bar provides a place for weary workers to wind down after a stressful day, devoid of the loud music and gambling machines associated with many Queensland pubs. The bar has more comfortable leather seating and is often used as a starting point by people looking to indulge in a city pub-crawl.
With its four completely different bars, the Stock Exchange Hotel is a prime central Brisbane venue for people in search of a lively night out in the heart of the city. The nightclub area relishes in playing the latest commercial dance music. The two bars and plenty of seating also ensure that you can always enjoy your favorite drink in comfort. The outdoor bar also features great skyline views while the indoor bar is great for watching the latest match on one of the numerous giant screens. For those in search of some nostalgia, there is 1980s music to be found, along with poker machines for the gambler. There is also a public bar for those who desire nothing more than a quiet drink with friends. The drinks are competitively priced and the menu ranges from beers and wines to cocktails and hard spirits offering a reasonable selection for all tastes.