Best Things to do in Milton

Three breweries, 4 cool bars including a Cuban and a Thai garden bar, 3 markets, one of Brisbane's best parks, fantastic restaurants, a Polish club, a continental deli cafe and a heritage trail are just some of the best things to do in this inner city suburb that is a walk to the CBD and acccessed by rail and ferry.

The Malecon Bar is Milton’s best kept secret – a gorgeous vintage Cuban cocktail bar and craft rum distillery with no signage
Tuk Tuk Bar is a secret Thai garden bar that looks like a piece of Koh Samui transplanted in a side street off Milton’s Park Road.
Aether Brewing is Milton’s own craft brewery – an industrial chic beer headquarters where punters can sit alongside the giant copper vats
Milton Markets are a fantastic inner city Sunday market held in the leafy grounds of the old Royal Thai Orchid restaurant in Milton's commercial village.
Club Polonia is never going to win a decor award but it is these very features that make it both endearing and child friendly.
Frew Park stands on the hallowed grounds of the iconic Milton Tennis Centre, where everyone from Australian tennis greats to international rock stars and boxers once held court.
Yuzu & Co is a modern Japanese restaurant in Milton serving contemporary and classic Japanese cuisine
An enterprising coffee aficionado has converted an old World War II bunker into the area’s best and most unique coffee outlet.
Mongrel Bar & Kitchen is a funky dive bar with a 1970s rumpus room vibe and a Peruvian-flavoured menu on a prime corner of Milton’s Park Road
Newstead Brewing Co in Milton is a stunning and sizable addition to Brisbane’s unofficial beer heartland
Kabul Charcoal Restaurant is a hidden gem that brings traditional Afghani cuisine to a busy Milton intersection
This fresh bright no-frills eatery from the ex-owners of Trang's is the local Milton go-to for fantastic budget Vietnamese.
Historic suburb Milton may have lost much of its early character but there’s still a fascinating stash of secret historical landmark buildings worth discovering as well as a rare insight into its past on this plaque-indicated heritage trail.
An Italian chef, a sunny deck and the best budget breakfast and lunch in Brisbane are found at Milton gem Two Wheels and a Handlebar.
Those seeking beer and refuge from the razzle dazzle of Park Road will have their prayers answered at this ambient dive bar skulking at the railway bridge end of the strip.
Cribb Street Social is a convivial neighbourhood eatery and bar tucked away in the midst of Milton’s business precinct.
The décor may be no frills but the food is anything but at this little cafe deli tucked away in the middle of a drive-in shopping centre
La Stazione is cooking up an assortment of bona fide Italian food to the lucky locals of Milton, with a significant focus on share plates.
Whisk and Ladle café is a hidden gem of a slick modern all day breakfast and lunch café tucked away in a Milton side street
Brisbane only traditional Polish market is held at The Polish Club in Milton on Saturday once a month
This little gem of a bistro/cafe somehow miraculously sprung to life in the most unlikely venue for an eatery let alone one of this quality.
Prolific Anglican church architect JH Buckeridge designed this simple Arts and Crafts inspired structure with a shingle roof that was built in 1891.
Railway Playground is just the place to take children who love trains. They can imagine themselves as a train driver for hours, with
Heimish Bleu is a petite French cafe overlooking a French provincial courtyard in the commercial heart of Milton
A modest little tea house and patisserie that manages to escape the glitz of the Euro wannabes up the hill
Milton’s best kept secret is this tiny multicultural street food market which pops up on Thursdays in the car park at Milton Green

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