With Easter just around the corner (literally, like it’s next weekend!), we’ve pulled out all the stops and have a jam-packed weekend planned for you.
From degustation dinners, ladies luncheons, and makeup launches, to food truck festivals, interior design workshops, and a pot-full o’ chili, there are plenty of things to do in Brisbane this weekend.
Ku De Ta Presents Taste Of Paradise | The Euro
One of Asia’s most distinctive and beloved lifestyle destinations, Ku De Ta is renowned for its food. So when we heard head chef, Ben Cross was plating up a six-course menu at The Euro, we had to let you know. Do yourself a favour and don’t miss this.
Ladies Who Lunch | Nantucket Kitchen & Bar
Here at TUL, we love a weekday lunch date, so we were thrilled when Nantucket Kitchen & Bar announced their 'Ladies Who Lunch' lunch offer. Enjoy two courses and a drink in the Cape Cod inspired restaurant for only $35 per person, available every day!
Dinner With PJ McMillan | Craggy Range Winery
Leyton Ashley of Craggy Range, and PJ McMillan of Harveys Bistro have joined forces to present a flavour-packed four-course dinner, made with seasonal produce, presented at the Craggy Range Winery. Each course will be accompanied by matching Craggy Range wines. Tickets are strictly limited, so be quick!
Grand Ladies Luncheon | Regatta Hotel
This Friday, The Regatta Hotel will be celebrating International Women's Day, as well as the 50th Anniversary of Merle Thornton's famous protest at the Regatta with a four-course luncheon, sponsored by Moet & Chandon. The event will feature an array of guest speakers including Tracey Spicer, Amanda Wilson, and Rosie Waterland, as well as a special appearance by Merle herself! This is set to be an unmissable event, with a portion of ticket proceeds going to the Sister2Sister program.
Urban Decay Launch! | Mecca Maxima
The wait is almost over, Brisbanites! Long-loved by bloggers, makeup artists and beauty junkies, and famous for the iconic Naked Palettes, Urban Decay is finally arriving on Aussie soil. Join the team at Mecca Maxima from 9am and be one of the first to shop Urban Decay!
Eats & Beats | IKEA
Knock off early this Friday and assemble the crew, and come down to Eats & Beats at the IKEA Logan Forecourt. With King of The Wings, Sushi Neko, Little Black, and Pizzaantica all making an appearance (as well as all our other Brisbane food truck faves), this is one Brisbane foodie event you won’t want to miss.
Dinner With A Side Of Art | Brisbane Riverview Hotel
Enjoy a mouth-watering eight-course degustation menu featuring local produce, paired with premium beverages and matched wines from Taltarni, as well as a special visual art collaboration courtesy of TW Fine Art. What more could you want from a Friday night?
Bedroom Interior Styling Workshop | Metro Arts
After much success in Sydney, We Are Triibe are bringing their interior workshop to Brisbane! The two hour workshop will include key tips and solutions about spatial planning, how to identify your own individual colour scheme, tricks on how to introduce and display art, as well as learning what the key necessities are to tie a space together. A must attend event for any interior design enthusiast. Book your tickets, pronto!
Third Annual Chili Cook-Off! | Kettle & Tin
Get your spoons ready, Brisbane. It’s chili time! This weekend sees the arrival of Kettle & Tin’s third annual chili cook-off, in support of MS Queensland. This event marks the end of the weeklong Brewsvegas celebration: trust us, this is going to be huge!
We Are Kindred Pop-Up – Last Days! | James Street
If you haven’t stopped by to visit Lizzie and Georgie at their James Street pop-up, this weekend is your last chance! We Are Kindred’s Autumn Winter 2015 collection Winter Garden, which launched in James Street on 2nd March, represents beauty and elegance, with a touch of femininity, featuring twin sets, furs, and capes. The pop up closes on March 29th, so hop to it, fashionistas, time is running out!
Underground Food Project | Urbane
A brand new collaboration between two culinary geniuses is about to land in Brisbane. Chefs Phil Marchant and Josh Raine will host a series of pop-up events in established Brisbane businesses that don’t typically serve food. Each event will be unique, with the menu themed to match the characteristics of the venue. Think along the lines of a whiskey-inspired breakfast at a boutique whiskey bar, an American BBQ in a barbershop, or a vegan-tasting menu in a garden centre. Come on down to Small Batch Autumn this Sunday, from 6-10pm, and see what all the fuss is about.
Nikka Whisky Tasting | Cobbler
Whisky fans, unite! Martin Lange, fresh from his Japan trip, is hosting a Japanese whisky tasting at Cobbler on Tuesday 31st March. This is set to be another sell-out event, and a must attend for even the most knowledgeable of whisky drinkers. Tickets include Asahi on arrival, and carefully selected food pairing, courtesy of Milk Bar.
Plenty For Twenty | Treasury Casino
Happy 20th Birthday, Treasury! And what better way to celebrate this grand occasion than with a selection of birthday treats! Feast for two on Luke Nguyen's famous Fat Pho Noodles, or relax with your friends over a drop of vino and a cheese platter. There are so many reasons to celebrate this month at Treasury, so come and join in the fun! Celebrations run right through until 31st April.
Don’t Miss out!
Easter Poolside Soiree | Soleil Pool Bar
Whenever a long weekend rolls around in Brisbane, Soleil never fail to deliver the goods. And this Easter long weekend Capri Sunday’s are introducing extra pop-up bars, a brand new chandelier podium room, and chocolate eggs (erm, yes!), as well as a superb line up of DJ’s to get you in the Easter spirit. So come and mingle with Brisbane’s finest, as we celebrate what is set to be a cracker of a long weekend in Brisbane.
Three-Course Easter Lunch | E'cco Bistro
With Easter fast approaching, E'cco has your Sunday lunch covered. Chef Philip Johnson will be plating up a delicious three-course menu, with dishes including fennel and chilli risotto, and Moreton bay bugs with preserved lemon, as well as an open pavlova (hungry yet?). Be sure to reserve your spot, you won't want to miss this.
Latin Starter Class | Rio Rhythmics
Fast track your way to the dance floor and learn 6 of the most popular Latin styles in just 6 weeks with Rio Rhythmics brand new Latin Dance Starter Course. From Salsa, Bachata, and Merengue, to Samba, Zouk Lambada, and Forró, this six-week course will have you Latin dancing like a pro. Don’t miss out!
Want more things to do in Brisbane this weekend? Click here for our guide of the best Brisbane events this month.