Blvd Bar & Cafe

North Lakes

BLVD Bar and Cafe in North Lakes is a light and breezy cafe bar with excellent food and a cool indoor-outdoor vibe.

A selection of tables and bench seating is available beneath umbrellas on the verandah. Great music, quality food and smooth coffee make for a winning combination at this happening North Lakes hub.

BLVD Bar and Cafe North Lakes

Busy baristas serve Coffee Supreme, Prana Chai Tea pots, and a range of home baked brownies and cakes. Meanwhile the food on offer includes ploughman's board, fried chicken tenders, mushroom bagels, coconut granola, and beef burgers all prepared from locally sourced ingredients.

BLVD Bar and Cafe North Lakes

And from the bar there's a rotation of seasonal beers from All Inn Brewing Co on tap, bottled beer and cider in the fridge and a small selection of Crittenden Estate white and red wines.

BLVD Bar and Cafe North Lakes

Need to know: Check the website for upcoming trivia nights, extended hours and live music nights.

By Lucy Hordern

BLVD Cafe Bar

59 Endeavour Blvd

North Lakes

Opening Hours

Licensed

3491 6069 

Map

59 Endeavour Blvd North Lakes

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