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As Brisbane's traditional cafe precincts continue to flourish, in recent times there has been a mini-explosion of cafes from bolthole to suburban chic popping up in unexpected and tricky to find locations. And while the lure of the eat street may be hard to ignore, buried deep in the CBD arcade, the inner city laneway, quiet suburban corner in the north, the backstreets in the south, green foothills of the west, leafy streets of the east or un-touristed peninsulas of the bay are some of the city's best.

  • bay

    Craft Brew House is a small, craft beer bar that is a first for the Brisbane bayside... » Read more
  • city cbd

    Café Brisbane, in Brisbane Square, the heart of the CBD, is one of the city’s most... » Read more
  • east

    Located below the Story Bridge in the otherwise hustle and bustle of Kangaroo Point, lies... » Read more
  • inner city

    Pantry 360 in Newstead is a slick combination of regional grocer, cellar and café, where... » Read more
  • north

    Fort Specialty Coffee deserves the honor of being one of North Lakes' favorite... » Read more
  • south

    Macondo Café is a little slice of Colombia, hidden away in an old industrial estate,... » Read more
  • west

    Eightysix Café in Rosalie is a cute hole-in-the-wall cafe with a traditional Vietnamese... » Read more