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10 Foodie Faves at Northshore Hamilton

9 Sep

10 Foodie Faves at Northshore Hamilton

Casual drinks, a lazy lunch with mates, a family feast or a romantic dinner for two – Northshore, Hamilton has something to sate all your culinary desires as you make the most of Brisbane Festival.

Northshore is Brisbane Festival’s newest precinct; mooring the phenomenal Brisbane’s Art Boat, but it’s also home to a delicious array of cafes, restaurants and bars, perfect for pre-show catch-ups and post-performance debriefs.

We’ve scoured the menus to compile the ultimate guide to wining and dining this September. 

#Let your appetite
lead the way

Byblos Bar & Restaurant

Byblos Bar & Restaurant

Portside Wharf, 39 Hercules St Hamilton

Serving imaginative Mediterranean cuisine with lavish Lebanese hospitality, Byblos is ideal for pre- and post-show dinner and drinks. Enjoy a cocktail riverside before hitting The Warehouse for Dancenorth’s RED or circle back for dessert after the show.

Northshore Harbour Café

Northshore Harbour Café

285 Macarthur Avenue Hamilton

One of Brisbane’s best-kept secrets, Northshore Harbour Café serves a mouth-watering menu of fresh chef selections using ingredients sourced from local producers. Perfect for breakfast or a long lunch before immersing yourself in ENESS’ Airship Orchestra and Sky Castle.

Eat Street

Eat Street

221D Macarthur Avenue Hamilton

Can’t decide? Eat Street gourmet markets make it easy with delicious offerings to take your tastebuds on a world tour. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, no Brisbane Festival weekend could be complete without a trip to Eat Street.

@ Mr & Mrs Jones

@ Mr & Mrs Jones

Portside Wharf, 39 Hercules St Hamilton

Everything is better with wine, so drop by @ Mr & Mrs Jones for a cheeky chardonnay or a sassy sav blanc paired with amazing food while you and your squad deconstruct the circus and dance extravaganza, Collision. Brings new meaning to ‘keeping up with the Joneses’.

Belvedere Bar n Grill

Belvedere Bar n Grill

Portside Wharf, 39 Hercules St Hamilton

Located right on the wharf with a trendy white bar featuring Belvedere vodka and 11 beers on tap, not to mention a huge deck overlooking the river, Belvedere is the perfect spot to admire Brisbane’s Art Boat as it glides by.

Ginga Sushi Bar & Dining

Ginga Sushi Bar & Dining

Portside Wharf, 39 Hercules St Hamilton

Take your taste buds to new heights with a fusion of traditional Japanese cuisine and modern and Western interpretations. While you’re up there, pay a visit to the Sky Castle installation on the decks of Brisbane’s Art Boat. You’ll thank us later.

Gusto Da Gianni

Gusto Da Gianni

Portside Wharf, 39 Hercules St Hamilton

Date night is sorted at Gusto da Gianni, ideal for a casual meal in a rustic setting. Giving a modern twist to authentic Italian dining, bookend the evening with dinner before checking out the majesty of Piano Burning, then pop back afterwards for a cocktail and dessert.

Pineapple Express

Pineapple Express

Portside Wharf, 39 Hercules St Hamilton

No need to blow the diet with all the fresh and healthy grab-and-go options at Pineapple Express Superfood Café. Open early, it’s a great place to meet your squad and dig into a hearty breakfast before exploring ENESS’s giant inflatable art installations.

Sense Of Taste

Sense Of Taste

Portside Wharf, 39 Hercules St Hamilton

Make time in your Brisbane Festival itinerary for a visit to Sense Of Taste, a bottle shop like no other. Browse the racks and cabinets filled with beer and wine, partake in a sit-down tasting session with a winemaker, or take in the deli cabinets of meats and cheese, four craft beers on tap and a brewing station.

Sono Japanese

Sono Japanese

Portside Wharf, 39 Hercules St Hamilton

A leader of fine Japanese dining in Brisbane, Sono features exquisite meals complemented by river views. Open for lunch and dinner, you can enjoy a succulent Japanese meal in a tranquil setting, making it a perfect stop on your Brisbane Festival itinerary.

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