Baedeker

Fortitude Valley

Baedeker is a gorgeous old world coffee bar and wine room and soon-to-be Wine Bar, Champagne Garden & Events venue in the base of Fortitude Valley’s heritage-listed Constance St mill.

Enter from the street front to find the Valley’s most ambient little coffee spot (soon to be wine room), with exposed brick walls, and floorboards and adorned with relics of yesteryear travel such as steamer trunks, vintage cameras and globes. For Baedeker takes its name from one of the world’s first travel writers, German chap by the name of Karl Baedeker who in 1827 founded the world’s first travel guides.

Baedeker Fortitude Valley

The coffee bar, where anyone can drop in for a morning cuppa, serves a special house blend of well-brewed Baedeker coffee and doubles as a wine room, with a curated selection of wines from owner and wine buff Darren Davis.

Baedeker Fortitude Valley

*In weeks to come (hopefully by end of November) the Wine Bar and Champagne Garden will make their debut through a secret entrance – watch this space!

Baedeker Wine Bar, Champagne Garden & Events

111 Constance St

Fortitude Valley

Opening Hours

0499 770 169

Map

111 Constance St Fortitude Valley

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