Gramercy Espresso & Eats



Gramercy Espresso is a chic little coffee nook found just inside the Edward St arcade of the Wintergarden. As well as adding a welcome dose of quirk, top notch coffee and snacks to this part of the city, it makes the ideal refuelling stop before plunging into the surrounding designer boutiques.

The interior of the tiny space resembles a charming walk-in pantry, adorned with shelves of cookware, herbs and greenery, bowls of fruit and a vintage weighing machine and seating is either here or outside in the arcade.

Like the decor, everything here is about quality not quantity, from the Reuben Hills coffee and Elmstock Tea (traditional or herbal) made using Cooloola Jersey milk, to the all day menu which features light breakfasts such as smashed avo on toast or bacon butties (fried egg and onion jam) to Reuben sandwiches or tartines and salads. And in the glass cakes stands can be found a range of delicious baked sweets which vary from day to day.

Gramercy Espresso

& Eats

Ground Level


200 Edward St


Mon-Fri 7-4

Sa-Sun 8-3

3003 1766


200 Edward St Brisbane

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