Created to catch the overflow of patrons streaming out of Gramercy of a lunch time, with more seating than the original café, Irving Place in the Wintergarden is home to the same style of straight-up coffee goodness, with plenty more bang — and room — for your buck.
Serving up coffee from renowned roasteries — heart in Portland; Proud Mary in Melbourne; Mecca in Sydney; and the house blend from Reuben Hills — Irving Place has a moreish brekky and lunch menu with which to feed the hungry CBD hordes.
Locally sourced ingredients feature heavily in the simple, well-rounded menu at this healthy-focused Brisbane cafe, with fresh made pastries, iced-coffees, sodas and cold-pressed juices available everyday. With a larger kitchen than Gramercy, the team will be able to dish up a wider variety of their much-loved fare. That's good news if we ever heard it.
We predict new Brisbane cafe Irving Place will keep the busy CBD worker-bees very happy indeed.
Irving Place is located off Elizabeth Street, and open Monday to Friday, 7am to 4pm.
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