That Little Place

Mt Gravatt East

Every neighbourhood needs That Little Place - where locals go to enjoy excellent coffee, simple breakfast fare, scrumptious sweet treats and a casual weekend drink.

Open early seven days a week, That Little Place in Mt Gravatt East is bright and cheerful with fresh flowers on tables and friendly faces behind the counter. And after work on Fridays and on Saturday afternoons it turns into a bit of a cosy ommunity hub with beers, wines, BYO food and live music.

That Little Place Mt Gravatt East

Located on Carrara Street (off Nursery Road), this cosy cafe serves well-brewed Merlo coffee and teas alongside basic breaky like banana bread, muesli and yoghurt and mashed avocado on toast; while sweet tooths will be satisfied with the selection of cakes and slices on offer such as Mississippi mud cake and blueberry and almond tart or gluten-free caramel slice and choc-vanilla cheesecake (made locally by Baked Cakes & Cupcakery).

That Little Place Mt Gravatt East

Family-friendly, with high chairs on hand, kids can enjoy yummy milkshakes – strawberry, chocolate, vanilla and caramel - while munching on muffins, jam drops or giant freckles. It is also super dog frriendly, with treats for dogs.

by Deb Lidster

That Little Place 

28 Carrara St

Mt Gravatt East

Opening Hours

0402 843 037

Map

28 Carrara St

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