Cafes Open for Dine-In

in Brisbane

Some of Brisbane's favourite cafes are now open to in-house diners, with restrictions to 10 customers at the one time. Most require pre-booking to avoid disappointment.

Note that as per government regulations all will require diners to be well and have either the COVID app or to give their contact details to the cafe for tracing if necessary.

Roma Street Parkland's beautiful garden cafe has reopened for dine-in breakfast and lunch this weekend with plenty of space for social distancing. Reservations essential
Milton's hidden gem of a cafe is open for both takeaway and in-house dining for up to 10 customers at a time for one hour max
West End's fave brunch spot is back for in-house breakfast and boozy lunch with bookings taken on the hour for up to 10 customers. Call 38440500
The New Farm foodie's cafe is offering dine-in, with 1 hour time slots available for dining, a maximum of 4 customers per table and phone reservations highly recommended
The Windsor cafe is open for up to 10 customers, with four tables of two and two tables of one for breakfast/brunch - for bookings you can either pop in or call 0414832146
The Yeronga cafe is now open for diners to enjoy its delicious breakfast offerings in-house, with bookings (by phone) for tables of up to 4 people. Reservations are essential
Carina's French cafe/deli is open again for a delicious French breakfast or lunch for groups of up to 10 at a time. Bookings are essential
Up to 10 people are allowed to dine al fresco at this Salisbury cafe's outdoor tables, with coffee served in ceramic cups and all food orders still served with takeaway packaging
Huskk is a fab foodie’s café on a busy corner in Grange offering all day breakfast along with locally roasted Bear Bones coffee
Bardon's popular hilltop cafe is open for ding again so locals can get their fix of the delicious all day breakfast dishes served in-house for groups of up to 10. Bookings essential
Birkdale's fave cafe is welcoming in-house diners (10 at a time) back again, with bookings essential and being taken for 1 hour dining sessions
The Ascot foodie haunt is open for groups of up to 10 diners - walk in only (Fri-Sun) , no reservations - and on weekdays from Mon-Thu they will be taking bookings for groups of 4 or more
The longtime West End breakfast institution has reopened for all-day breakfast, serving their classic menu to in-house diners (Max 10 at a time) from 7am-3pm. Reservations recommended.
The Local Larder is pairing bespoke wines with quality cheese and charcuterie, in the suburban location of Ashgrove.
The Nundah cafe is open for 50 min bookings from 7am (on the hour) for groups no larger than 4 and with a 10 person limit at any time. Reservations essential
Hallowed Grounds Espresso has gone from being a nice place to pick up a take-away coffee to a great place to sit, relax, and take-in the eclectic environment.

The charming Mt Nebo cafe has opened its back deck with its beautiful view for up to 10 diners, with half an hour allocated from arrival of meal and pre-bookings only
The West End plant-based restaurant is open for in-house dining breakfast and lunch for up to 10 customers on Saturday and Sunday at 8am, and closing at 2pm as usual
Old Petrie Town's 1950s style diner is open Saturday morning for breakfast from 7-10am and Sunday for breakfast from 9.30am and lunch from 1pm. Bookings are essential
Jindalee's fave foodie's cafe has reopened for dine-in, with one hour time slots from 6.30-3 and a maximum of 4 people per table. Message Piggy Back cafe through FB or Insta to secure your spot
The cool cafe that occupies the old Rainworth General Store has opened its gorgeous garden for dining, with no bookings required and serving their takeaway menu for now
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The Nundah foodie's cafe has reopened for in-house dining for up to 10 customers at a time on a strictly booking basis email them at [email protected]
Graceville's gorgeous brunch cafe is open for dine-in sessions of one hour on the hour for up to 10 people, with the last booking from 1-2pm. Call 3379 2192 to make a booking

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