Who Shot The Barista

West End

Who Shot the Barista would have to be the cutest little coffee bar in Brisbane, serving top-notch espresso from the window of a colourful, corner cottage in West End.

Tucked away in the backstreets of West End, it’s hard to miss this delightful coffee nook with its eye-catching, Mediterranean laneway mural by local artist Jacqueline Hill.

Who Shot the Barista West End

Customers can sit at tiny tables in the make-believe laneway or around the corner with bench seating and shade provided.

Who Shot the Barista West End

Coffee on pour is by roasted locally by Fonzie Abbott and made to your liking - cappuccino, latte, long black - by one of Brisbane’s friendliest baristas.  For something different,  try  the house made cold brew (steeped for 18 hours and double filtered) or chilli strawberry hot chocolate. 

Otherwise, there’s organic chai and Tea Drop teas.

Nice to know - Who Shot the Barista plans to add a small selection of simple food to the menu in the near future. 

By Deb Lidster

Who Shot the Barista

12 Jane St

West End

Opening hours

3846 0481

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