The Park Social

Redland Bay

The Park Social  is a hidden gem of a cafe found tucked away in an industrial estate in Redland Bay serving top-class coffee roasted in-house, along with delicious breakfast and lunch fare.

Surrounded by beautiful bushland, this child-friendly, dog-friendly cafe offers indoor dining and open air dining, with a little play corner for kids inside. 

The Park Social, Redland Bay

The all-day menu boasts breakfast faves from smashed avo on sourdough with silky Persian feta, crunchy house-made spiced dukkha and beetroot relish, to breaky rolls (lightly toasted milk buns with thick cut bacon, American cheese, fried egg and house-made onion jam) and a bountiful breakfast plate - toasted Turkish topped with ​​​avocado salsa, perfectly poached eggs, house-made dukkha, butter thyme mushroom and golden, grilled haloumi

Sweet tooths will want to tuck into delectable donut french toast served with vanilla bean ice-cream, drizzled with salted caramel sauce and topped with pistachio crumble. 

The Park Social, Redland Bay

Lunch options include a haloumi and buttered thyme mushroom burger, 12-hour slow-cooked pulled pork burger, and loaded hot dogs such as the Dog Father - juicy bratwurst, liquid American cheese, slow-cooked pulled pork, fried onion, roasted peppers and a pickle. Otherwise, there's Chef's special Reuben sandwich loaded with silverside, house-made sauerkraut, mustard and cheese, and a poke bowl of crispy fried karaage chicken with avocado, salted edamame, cucumber, wild rice, radish, siracha mayo and house-made kimchi 

The Park Social, Redland Bay

Coffee on pour is freshly roasted on-site by DHC Coffee, and goes down a treat with the house-baked goods on hand like lemon curd croissants and artisan vegan treats from Raw Lovely Too.

Besides coffee, there's cold brew, iced berry tea, yummy milkshakes (salted caramel pretzel, Oreo cheesecake) and scrumptious smoothies: Berry Nice, Peanut Buttercup and Fanana Banana. 

By Deb Lidster 

The Park Social 

Unit 1A, 5-11 Jardine Dr 

Redland Bay  

Opening hours

0417 419 365


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