Press & Brew Espresso

Greenslopes

Press and Brew Espresso is a charming cafe in Greenslopes serving well-brewed Campos coffee along with a selection of sweet and savoury house-made treats.

Located opposite Greenslopes Private Hospital, this corner cafe features a wrap-around dog-friendly verandah and indoor dining in a smart, modern space. 

Press & Brew Espresso, Greenslopes

Greenslopes locals are kept well caffeinated with coffee available in batch brew, single origin and fresh cold brew made with milk, sparkling or still water. In addition, there are Origin teas, Remedy organic kombucha, and Emma and Tom's natural soft drinks and juices.

Press & Brew Espresso, Greenslopes

As for food, a cabinet is crammed with delicious snacks from freshly-baked muffins and flaky pastries, to dark chocolate brownies and almond and coconut cakes.

For something more substantial, there's smashed avo on sourdough, bacon and egg brioche buns, gourmet sandwiches and wraps, fresh salads, and tasty quiches such as tomato and parsley or spinach and feta.

By Deb Lidster 

Press & Brew Espresso 

72 Hunter St

Greenslopes

Opening hours 

0416 126 019

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