Restaurants in the CBD, for the most part, serve a functional purpose: to fill our bellies when we’re hungry, and to be open when we put the tools down at a most ungodly hour. Because of this, a meal in the city can sometimes feel a tad cold and unwelcoming, a little corporate even. Much like that desk you sit in front of all week. Sad face.
So, when you’re putting together a special do (are those wedding bells we hear? Mazel Tov!) that requires a venue classier than your favourite weeknight spot , you find yourself searching for something outside of the ordinary; something extra special. No?
As an award-winning restaurant and bar, Spring Food & Wine in the CBD really tops the ‘something a bit spesh’ pile. The venue combines a highly regarded cooking school, a beautiful restaurant and bar, and a totally unique fit out—if Spring were on Tinder, you’d definitely swipe right!
But where Spring really steps up a gear is throwing that perfect event for their guests. If you and your S.O are thinking about tying the knot, Spring offers up exclusive use of the venue, with customisable décor that best suits your style. Spring has a dedicated team to help you go all out, (best job ever?) with beautiful menu choices and drinks to help you celebrate in style. Want a colour-themed dessert bar? No problem. Need a freshly shucked oyster station? You betcha.
Spring’s love of food and dedication to seasonal Australian produce make it easily the best restaurant in Brisbane if you’re a true foodie and enjoy the finer things in life. Hell, even their wines are hand-selected from local vineyards!
Spring is like one of those super-talented over-achievers: you know the type — they exercise regularly, and make batches of jam for fun. Spring Food & Wine have combined their love of good food and flare for perfectly crafted events that make any visit to Spring something pretty spesh.
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