The Dugout On Ernest

South Brisbane

The Dugout on Ernest espresso bar in South Brisbane is hitting home runs with locally roasted Rouge coffee, light snacks and sweet treats.

The Dugout on Ernest South Brisbane

Built into a brick building beside historic St Clement's Catholic Church, this baseball-themed, bunker-style cafe features marbled flooring and exposed brickwork inside while outside a Frank & Mimi mural overlooks a cosy seating space.

Yellow stools under Dugout stencil on red brick wall

Customers can sit in the shade or pull up a crate in the sunshine and enjoy a well-brewed cup of coffee and light snack like fresh fruit salad, bircher muesli, breakfast roll or ham and cheese croissant; while tasty treats include banana bread, chocolate brownies and homemade, healthy bliss balls by Brisbane's Miss Bliss.

The Dugout's espresso machine

Cold drinks include Artisan cold brew coffee, Phoenix organic cola and ginger beer and Charlie's Honest Fizz fruit-flavoured drinks.

By Deb Lidster

The Dugout on Ernest

72 Ernest St

South Brisbane

Mon-Fri 6-4

Sat 7-11

1300 979 496

Map

72 Ernest St South Brisbane

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