A classic terrace pub exuding plenty of character, the Alliance Hotel is a true gem of the Spring Hill streetscape. Inside this historic pub, their old-school style front bar is generously stocked with local beers and fine wines, and their intimate dining room serves up award-winning contemporary pub fare.
Greaser is a rustic local hangout, boasting a cellar-inspired heritage setting, clad with on-trend street art and industrial décor. Loved for their late-night bites, their American-style feeds of burgers, dogs and wings and matched with a well-stocked bar of craft beers, artisanal cocktails and top-end liquors.
A sprawling eatery of modern indoor dining and generous outdoor alfresco seating, Harvey’s Bar and Bistro is a weekday coffee and weekend brekkie go-to for many a local and visitor alike. Bursting at the seams with business folk during the week, the vibes are relaxed come weekends, with many settling into the lush courtyard with a coffee in hand.
Home to top brews and casual vibes, Holy Moly is rustic espresso bar located in the heart of Spring Hill. Offering a spot for a quiet breather from the bustle of Leichhardt Street, this local favourite sticks to what they do best – baked treats, hearty feeds and specialty coffee.
This trend-setting hangout is the resident restaurant and bar to The Johnson, a contemporary hotel from the Art Series Group. Boasting a sprawling modern and stylish interior, the Tumbling Stone brings something a little fancy to the casual dining scene with their simple, flavoursome and nourishing modern Australian dishes.
Bucci Restaurant and Bar is an iconic Italian social house in the heart of this bustling Fortitude Valley dining precinct. A warm and lively eatery with front and centre views of the James Street social activities, their menu and blackboard specials feature traditionally inspired recipes with a modern twist, paired with local and Italian wines, beers and photo-worthy cocktails.
What Jamie’s lacks in size, it makes up for with its bold coffee blends and simple yet tasty feeds. Constantly buzzing with a loyal regular crowd, Jamie’s Espresso Bar is a place to relax into a delicious coffee and watch the world walk by. A must try is their signature DIY avocado and haloumi on toast.
Mayfield Chocolates brings world class fine sweets to the streets of Spring Hill. Using high quality real ingredients sourced from Australian producers, this Gold Coast born boutique creates bite size delights in the form of truffles and a huge array of flavoured chocolates.
A family owned café and deli, loved for its genuine and wholesome meals and welcoming homely atmosphere. A huge menu filled with home-style cooking, Spring Hill Deli and Produce create their all-day menu with locally sourced and organically focussed ingredients, along with an array of sweet drinks, juices and of course, coffee.
A quaint café and restaurant tucked into the base of the Punthill Hotel, Jak and Jill’s modern industrial sleek interior sets the scene for their contemporary and nourishing dishes. Serving up classics and innovative all-day dining options, it’s a place for everyone – including gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan friendly options.
A character-filled and homely setting oozing neighbourhood vibes, Sixes and Sevens is a social house serving up crisp drinks and modern Australian fare. Innately relaxed, come the weekend this beloved hangout takes it up a notch as their quaint front bar and generous outdoor courtyard bursts with local activity.
Housed within a beautifully restored heritage home, the Kennigo Social House is a relaxed café and restaurant with plenty of charm. Serving as the resident eatery to the adjacent Mantra Hotel, their intimate indoor dining and charming balcony settings play host to a handful of classic breakfast plates and a modern Australian dinner menu.
The Story Bridge Hotel is one of Brisbane’s most iconic pubs tucked underneath its famous namesake bridge. Home to several eateries such as the Deery’s Restaurant and Smokehouse and Main Street Bar and Eatery, this local institution is regular go-to for hearty feeds, relaxed drinking sessions and a first choice of venue for game days.
A quirky and colourful suburban café and friend to 2 and 4-legged customers alike. A warm and modern setting welcoming the Kangaroo Point community daily, Bell Jar Café is loved for its colourful breakfast plates and hearty lunches, topped with juices, coffee, and indulgent shakes.
Passionate about the Thai culture, LONgTIME offers a unique blend of South-East Asian flavours that is enjoyed by the masses. An ambient eatery tucked away from the bustle of China Town, either pull up a pew at the communal-style dining area, secure an intimate booth or perch at the bar while enjoying flavoursome authentic dishes best shared with friends.
Reverends Fine Coffee is a hidden gem amongst a gritty strip of Brunswick Street, where many Valley locals go to get their weekday caffeine fix. An authentic coffee house, the small bar and kitchen prepares a handful of brunch delights, created with fresh seasonal ingredients.
Mitoki is a modern Japanese eatery serving up tapas-inspired feeds, best enjoyed with family and friends. Passionate about creating beautiful dining experiences, their innovative menu of share plates and sushi is matched with a generous list of local and imported beer and wine, Japanese inspired cocktails and a handpicked collection of authentic sakes.
It’s not every day that you can play Super Mario while sipping on your favourite beer (in public that is!). Netherworld is a one of a kind bar and arcade gaming lounge, showcasing the relics from its past life. A retro bar and kitchen pouring unique local brews and vegan focussed feeds, their games room features over 40 pinball and arcade machines, classic gaming consoles and board games for the old-school types.
Side hustle to their iconic sister restaurant, Gerard’s Bar is a sophisticated wine bar and eating house offering up the best of local and international wines, beers and liquors. Tucked away from the busy James Street strip, this small yet vibrant boutique bar is famous for their charcuterie platters and carefully curated menu of modern delights, made with seasonal and locally sourced produce.
Entertaining by nature, this vibrant and playful Japanese eatery is famous throughout Brisbane for their freshly handmade dumplings. A welcoming social house rich in atmosphere, Harajuku Gyoza plates up traditional dishes designed to share, local and international brews and of course, their signature savoury and sweet gyoza enjoyed by the plateful.
A light filled contemporary café offering a unique and innovative all-day breakfast menu, freshly baked treats and top specialty coffee. Tucked around the corner from energetic James Street, King Arthur offers intimate and on-trend indoor dining or sunny outdoor spots for 2 and 4-legged friends alike.
Union Street Café is a wholesome local haunt, serving up top specialty coffee, breakfast and lunch to the Spring Hill community. A tiny yet welcoming café, their kitchen serves up a curated handful of simple and tasty all-day plates along with freshly baked treats and juices for a snack on the go.
Bishamon Japanese Restaurant is a family owned eatery, longstanding within the Spring Hill community. Dishing up authentic Japanese cuisine daily, this local go-to is loved for their huge menu of fresh sashimi plates and sushi rolls, traditional recipes and generous options for gluten-intolerant and vegetarian inclined guests.