Nominom is whipping up froyo with DIY toppings, indulgent waffles and ginormous Asian-influenced desserts in Brisbane’s CBD.
Cakes and Shit is cooking up cupcakes with sass as well as serving quality booze in their controversial cake nook down Bakery Lane.
The Pantry in Shorncliffe is a cute corner store/cafe where shelves are filled with artisan breads, antipasto goodies and other gourmet delights
Maltese Foods offer Brisbane residents authentic foods sourced directly from Malta, including a range of popular pastizzi, ravioli, galetti
Ungermann Brothers Ice Cream Parlour brings unique artisan ice-cream and electro swing to Ipswich’s heritage-listed technical college
Crispy Puff Donuts is Ipswich’s very own brand of scrumptious artisan donut, which you can buy from the ‘donut’ window
DoughLord is whipping up Doughlord 2.0 cookie dough after creating a new mouthwatering recipe for their little Fortitude Valley cookie dough shop.
Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tarts are selling like hotcakes in Brisbane’s hustling Myer Centre – known as Japan’s favourite snack, these cheese tarts are definitely worth a try.
Lick! Ice Cream, Brisbane’s favourite artisan ice cream and dessert bar is scooping at Morningside
All Things Tasmanian is a little store dedicated entirely to Tasmanian products, from coffee
Christian Jacques Artisan Boulanger is a tiny gem of an authentic French bakery tucked away under the Story Bridge
Greens and Grains has joined the thriving suburb of Clayfield, with a vibrant, healthy and delicious salad bar and coffee house.
The Soul Pantry is a beautiful one stop oasis for anyone interested in cheese, flowers or gardening, in an old taxi depot
The Cheese Pleaser is an artisan cheese shop on bustling Adelaide Street in Brisbane's CBD
Gourmet waffles, buttermilk pancake stacks, crazy crepes and gourmet thickshakes are the specialty at Rofl Wafl
Marche du Macaron in Ashgrove is a chic little gluten-free patisserie specializing in scrumptious macarons and a selection of sweet treats

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

How Cities Work is a fantastic, interactive family exhibition
Join some of Australia's funniest female comedians for an afternoon of laughs at Brisbane Powerhouse
Comedy superstar Cal Wilson is heading to Brisbane to delight fans with her new stand-up show
Visit Vivaldi’s Venice with French harpist Xavier de Maistre
Noni Hazlehurst’s critically-acclaimed production of Mother returns
Senior Moments 2 is coming to QPAC from March 4 to 8
Experience rocket launching, drone flying & more at this Open Day
All aboard the vintage picnic train for a Sunday jaunt to historic Swanbank
The Triffid will play host to some of the hippest, sexiest beats on the planet
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