Bear Bones Espresso

Fortitude Valley

If you go down in the commercial woods of Fortitude Valley you’re sure to find Bear Bones Espresso, a funky stencil art warehouse and coffee roastery.

Barista in Bear Bones Espresso in Fortitude Valley

Bear Bones Espresso is the latest Fortitude Valley venture from the owners of Ponycat, Kettle and Tin and Cobbler - the friendly go-to for some of the best coffee in the Valley, with a small serve of delicious snacks on the side. Drop in for a quick breakfast like muesli, avo and Danish or chorizo beans and fried egg on sourdough or the popular lunch staple BBQ pulled pork sandwich. As well as top notch coffee, you can also get hot chocolate, milkshakes or cool drinks.

Inside Bear Bones Espresso Fortitude Valley

Need to know: The coffee roaster, which belonged to master Brisbane roaster Peter Wolff, is due any day now and once it’s up and roasting, Bear Bones Espresso will be open the same hours on Saturdays too. And watch the adjoining space for a soon-to-be art exhibition hub. As a rare and happy extra, off-street parking is available out front.

Seating and stencil art in the Bear Bones Espresso cafe in Fortitude Valley

Bear Bones Espresso

66 McLachlan St

Fortitude Valley

7am-2pm, Monday to Saturday

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66 mclachlan st fortitude valley

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