Briny Restaurant And Bar

Fortitude Valley

Briny Restaurant and Bar has converted an old war igloo into a stunning seafood restaurant in their Fortitude Valley location.

The restaurant resides within one of Brisbane’s most unique buildings, making the most of the expansive space in a war igloo. The igloo was erected after the war in 1950. 

Since then, a façade has been added to the front, but the structure remains the same, with a few additions, such as a stained glass divider.

Briny has renovated the igloo to include many dining tables as well as booths and seaside inspired decor. There’s also a huge outdoor courtyard that is just as picturesque as the igloo.

Briny is focused on serving high-quality seafood, with a bespoke menu of dishes from oyster alcoholic shots, to abalone, to pipis.

Briny Restaurant & Bar

They also serve pasta dishes, chicken wings and other Asian inspired dishes.

The bespoke eatery is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as creating a great spot to pass by for your morning coffee.

Need to know – Nearby paid street parking is available.

Nice to know – Everything is fresh and cooked to order.

By Zoe Kirby

23 Warry Street

Fortitude Valley

Mon – Fri: 7am – 8pm

Sat: 12pm – 8pm

0406 518 200
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23 Warry Street

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