Bar Spritz is making the most of their prime city view location at Kangaroo Point by introducing Brisbane to one of Europe’s best inventions, aperitivo hour.
What used to be known as Cliffs Café has been transformed into a hip and vibrant spritz bar, with the most stunning views of Brisbane city and the river. There are plenty of tables for diners to enjoy the excellent views, with tall bar tables located along the bar’s cliff edge.
Being a spritz bar it can definitely be recommend that you enjoy a tipple or two from their spritz menu. Bar Spritz makes a delightful Hugo Spritz, which is made with elderflower, prosecco and a touch of mint. Alternatively, try a classic negroni, it’s bound to enlighten the taste buds and is perfect for a sunset drink.
Bar Spritz has also developed a delicious Italian antipasti menu, as you can’t have aperitivo hour without a few nibbles. Tuck into their Italian inspired charcuterie for a taste of delicious roasted vegetables, burrata and cold meats drizzled with balsamic.
Even their simple tomato sliced with burrata and fresh basil leaves are a winning dish, served with splashes of balsamic.
If you’re looking for something a little more substantial, tuck into their authentic bolognaise – you can’t go wrong with Italian spaghetti.
Bar Spritz also has a rotating roster of food trucks and a Sunday DJ, ideal for a relaxed sunset aperitivo.
Need to know – Nearby street parking is available. Bar Spritz also serves breakfast, lunch and coffee.
Nice to know – Dogs are welcome.
By Zoe Kirby