Step back in time at The Heritage Hotel, a two storey restaurant and function centre located at Old Petrie Town
Montague Hotel is West End’s newest neighbourhood pub, reincarnated from an old office block off the beaten track on Montague Rd.
The Apollonian Hotel has been a social hub since the 1860s and the Gympie gold rush days
Finn McCools is an ambient Irish gastropub that mixes the best of Irish tradition with inner city cool
The Dalgety Public House is a cool country-meets city gastropub found nestled in the base of the 1950s red brick Dalgety and Co’s no 3 Woolstore in Teneriffe.
Located on the cusp of West End and South Brisbane, contemporary gastro pub Pig and Whistle is a convenient place to grab a delicious bite to eat
London Fields is a cool white English-style gastropub tucked away in a revamped retro building in an off-the-beaten track corner of West End.
Hop and Pickle adds another notch to South Bank's burgeoning craft beer bar scene; serving gastro-pub fare alongside local and international brews
Brisbane icon and Richard Gailey-designed historic pub The Wickham has a new incarnation as an internationally styled venue peddling everything from cafe fare by day to great cocktails and upmarket bar food by night.
Grand old dame of New Farm, The Brunswick Hotel is in the throes of a major makeover with Stage One ushering in a new era as a gastro pub, garden bar and lounge bar.
The Valley’s historic Elephant Hotel has shed its wheelbarrow and backpackers to become a stampede-worthy gastro pub with funky graffiti-art beer garden out back and classic British lounge bar upstairs.
Built in 1874 as a private residence, the Ship Inn was been operating on and off as a hotel since 1879 when it was a hangout for drunken sailors.
With a graceful aged jacaranda tree shading its al fresco tables, the historic 1888 hotel forms the centrepiece of Stones Corner shopping precinct.
With its multi level lace iron wraparound verandahs and decorative trimmings the Regatta is as fine an example of an 1880’s Queensland pub as you’ll find.
The original hotel building dates from the boom times of the late 1880’s, hence the detailed plaster features and lacework, while the rambling tiled beer garden with white-washed pillars was added twenty two years ago.
The Grand View began life as a single storeyed structure in 1851 and today after various extensions and a motley history is one of Cleveland’s oldest surviving buildings.

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So Frenchy So Chic returns to Brisbane Powerhouse with French chanteuse Clara Luciani
Sweet Charity, the much-loved musical comedy will be at Brisbane Powerhouse from Jan 24
The soulful Songs & Times of Sam Cooke: A Change is Gonna Come makes its Australian premiere
Spend an Evening with NIGELLA LAWSON when she comes to Brisbane direct from London's West End
Get set for an unforgettable night of guitar mastery
NICKELBACK are bringing their massive Feed The Machine to Brisbane this summer
British crime queen Lynda La Plante is coming to Brisbane for one night
Tom Gleeson, one of Australia’s favourite comedians is bringinn Joy to Brisbane