Wake x Brew is a cool, little coffee nook tucked away in a side street of West End
Who Shot the Barista is the cutest little coffee bar in Brisbane, serving top-notch espresso from a cottage window
Bench Espresso is one of West End’s best kept secrets – a funky little outpost of a coffee bar/art gallery reached via a laneway between Otello Trattoria Pizzeria and Ouzori Greek restaurant.
Located on Boundary, Bass Espresso is the West End’s go to for excellent coffee and live music.
Located on Browning Street just off Boundary, Betty’s Espresso is bringing all the boys (and girls) to her yard with yummy milkshakes in fab flavours like peanut butter and jelly, salted caramel and Turkish delight
The alleyway outside The Happy Cabin has been converted into this quirky little open air espresso lounge featuring a couple of couches and chairs on a patch of astroturf.
Loading Dock Espresso is not just another pretty stencil art face but a frontrunner for Brisbane's best cup of coffee.
Muriel the Kombi can be found most days at the base of the Cutting Edge building down by the river, with a posse of film types and West End strays milling around.
Ethics and excellent coffee converge at this scruffy little sidestreet cafe.

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