Smoked Garage

Fortitude Valley

Smoked Garage is an uber-cool coffee house and mecca of custom motorbikes, located in the heart of Fortitude Valley.

Housed inside an historic warehouse on Wickham Street, this stunning 3 story space features exposed brick walls and concrete floors with Persian rugs and crystal chandeliers adding refinement to the raw space.  

Smoked Garage Fortitude Valley

The motorcycle workshop is located on the lower lever while the ground floor is Smoked Garage’s bespoke motorcycle showroom and café.

Smoked Garage Fortitude Valley

Customers can slip into luxe velvet armchairs while sipping well-brewed Brewtown coffee, exclusive to Smoked Garage in Brisbane.  Light fare includes sweet treats like muffins, banana loaf and pistachio raspberry cake, as well as savoury snacks such as handmade sausage rolls, The Wheelie (ham and cheese croissant) and Harley Salad (pesto pasta salad with penne, roasted veg and olives).

Smoked Garage Fortitude Valley

*At the time of visiting in Jul 2018 Smoked Garage was awaiting a food and liquor license. The top level will eventually become a dedicated function space.

By Deb Lidster

Smoked Garage

126 Wickham St

Fortitude Valley

Opening hours

3216 0477

Map

126 Wickham St Fortitude Valley

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