Mary Mae's

New Farm

Mary Mae's is a sprawling New Orleans-flavoured riverside bar restaurant on the ground floor of the Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm.

Occupying the prime waterfront space formerly home to Watt, Mary Mae's dishes up Louisiana-inspired cuisine with a fresh Queensland twist and Bloody Mary's 5 ways amongst its drink offerings.

Mary Mae's New Farm

Afternoons and evenings, this is a great spot to enjoy a casual bite to eat either before or after a show upstairs at the Brisbane Powerhouse or a light breakfast or lunch while on weekends Mary Mae's serves a signature brunch that is unlike anything you’ll find elsewhere in Brisbane.

Mary Mae's New Farm

Diners can take a seat on the breezy terrace or inside the industrial chic space and partake in a menu that for Starters includes King Salmon ceviche with Mary Mae's dressing, natural oysters or chilled gazpacho, vodka and natural oysters.

Mary Mae's New Farm

Next up, for ‘Providence’, there’s Celeriac remoulade, apple, king prawns and espelette pepper, prawns by the basket with cocktail sauce, rye and lemon or griddled crab cakes with succotash, black beans and tomato relish.

Mary Mae's New Farm

‘Comfort’ (larger) dishes include spiced chickpea burger, 300g Black Onyx rump steak with triple cooked potato and Diane sauce or sautéed gnocchi with provencal vegetables.

Mary Mae's New Farm

Platters to share (for 2 or more) range from a Cold Seafood Platter (prawns, oysters, salmon ceviche, clams, tuna and condiments) to Buttermilk fried chicken with toasted muffin, BBQ sweet sauce, aioli, chili caramel and slaw or Beef Brisket (tortilla, wasabi BBQ sauce, slaw and chipotle).

Mary Mae's New Farm

Otherwise there’s a choice of ‘Rustic’ dishes such as oyster po’boy sliders, grilled Reuben sandwich, French dip pork belly sandwich or poutine, cheese curd and gravy.

Mary Mae's New Farm

Meanwhile desserts include Beignet ( a type of New Orleans choux pastry donut)  with lemon curd and lemon sugar, Rum Baba, Crème Brulee and Chocolate Cateau Mary.

Mary Mae's New Farm

Whilst daily light brunch items on offer include croque monsieur, croque madame and salmon tartine with dill cream cheese, the weekend brunch menu expands to include a sweet nutty omelette or savoury omelette Parisienne, brioche French tart and guacamole tartine.

Proud Mary New Farm

Bring an appetite and a sense of adventure for the special signature Saturday brunch which kicks of with a Sapphire gin, carrot and citrus based spicy cocktail called Hippin Hoppin Mary, followed by gin & beetroot cured salmon with crème fraiche and cucumber salsa, DIY breakfast taco, roast strawberry, peaches and Grand Marnier with vanilla and peanut butter, with the option to add boozy extras:  Bottomless Bloody Mary's or Bottomless Bubbles.

Need to know – All drinks and food need to be ordered at the counter, with wait staff delivering them to the table once ready. Pre-bookings are essential for the signature Saturday brunch.

Mary Mae's

Brisbane Powerhouse

119 Lamington St

New Farm

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Brisbane Powerhouse

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