She Bangs Coffee

Albion

She Bangs Coffee is Albion’s hidden treasure – a funky street art-adorned warehouse/factory that serves up some of the best café fare and coffee north of the Brisbane river.

On the all day breakfast menu you’ll find delicious dishes such as The Bangs Brekkie Wrap, the highly recommended Croissant Bene (bacon, poached eggs, hollandaise, tomato chutney and spinach). the Degraves (bacon, egg, relish, potato hash in a brioche bun), Mushroom duxelle-filed crepes, Avocado charcoal toasted sourdough or Raspberry and Coconut pannacotta.

She Bangs Coffee Albion

For something lighter there’s also a counter of fresh-baked sweet treats including muffins, brownies, cake and slices.

She Bangs Coffee Albion

Coffee here at She Bangs is brewed-to-perfection Genovese while other drink temptations include the She Bangs signature thickshake – brownie butter thickshake topped with house-made brownie pieces and chocolate.

She Bangs Coffee Albion

You can also enjoy a Young Henry's beer (on tap) and a small range of beer, wine and spirits.

She Bangs Coffee Albion

Nice to know – Located right next door with entry through the café and well worth checking out  is Brisbane’s best value vintage shop Studio Thrifty4, with everything just $5.

She Bangs Coffee

1/21 Collingwood St

Albion

Opening hours

Licensed

3150 8082

Map

21 Collingwood St Albion

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