We hate to be that person, but… Can you believe it’s DECEMBER ALREADY! Yikes. We were not ready for that. Totally crept up on us. But, in good news, November was one hell of a month for us in Brisbane with new openings popping up left, right and centre. Here are our faves; we dare you to try them all before the month is out! Go on, you can do it! Bikini body, who..?
Nashville-style fried chicken, all of the pickles and a whole lot of deliciousness. Try the chicken burger and you won’t look back. Plus, order the wings and prepare for your mind to be blown.
Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers
Brisbane is going mad for cafes purely dedicated to doing one menu item perfectly. Enter: Melt Brothers, Brisbane’s only dedicated toastie café. Get amongst it, quickly now!
Bruno’s BNE has opened to much excitement from Tarragindi locals who were fanging for a decent breakfast spot to call their local. And boy have Bruno’s BNE delivered. Corn bread eggs benny, anyone?
Brisbane’s fave burger spot has gone and opened up on the Northside. YAS! Expect the same drool-inducing burgers from their CBD store but with the addition of breakfast.
French food is back, we tell you! From the guys behind Brissie fave, Happy Boy, comes Greenglass, a super-secret CBD French wine bar.
Did we tell you French food is back already? Because it is! This New Farm newbie is dishing up French food that is way fancier than us. Plus, it looks darn beautiful on the plate.
Our fave burgers in Brisbane have popped up in West End, which means that we’ve had to say a (very hard) good bye to The Bleachers and a very excited, slightly hungry hello to Ben’s Burgers.
The long-awaited second venue for Brisbane’s fave bakery, Jocelyn’s, now that the doors have flung open on Albion Provisions there’s even more opportunity to get your hands on all of the cake. Delicious, can’t-stop-til-you’ve-eaten-every-last-crumb cake…
Brisbane, you’ve been busy this month! To keep up to date on all the latest openings, be sure to keep your eyes peeled on The Directory.
Image credit: Greenglass by Yaseera Moosa