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WHERE TO EAT IN FORTITUDE VALLEY

As our rooms are all self-contained with facilities for preparing a meal you will find local supermarkets and bottle shops within walking distance. Here are a couple of options:

FoodWorks Fortitude Valley
43/230 Brunswick St · (07) 3252 8498
Open until 7:00 pm
Woolworths Spring Hill
365 Turbot St · (07) 3648 4381
Open until 9:00 pm
IGA
512 Wickham St · (07) 3852 6768
Open until 10:00 pm

 

A short walk from your Econolodge City Palms Brisbane accommodation you will find a wide selection of cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs, here are some suggestions!

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COFFEE AND BRUNCH

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Harvey’s is a breezy spot along James St perfect to fuel your day shopping the strip. Breakfast is served seven days.

 

Chow House rides the line between Asian-fusion and a classic morning menu. Tuck into the Chow House nasi goreng and Thai chicken omelette, or go more traditional with thyme-roasted mushrooms on toast and a breakfast burger.

 

Alfred & Constance Open seven days a week, A&C is the place that does it all. From late-night boogies to early-morning brunch, dance back into A&C for buttermilk gingerbread pancakes, salmon tortillas, green chilli scrambled eggs and more.

 

Lost Boys Inspired by the wonder of Peter Pan, Lost Boys brings a touch of magic to the local cafe scene with a green, leafy interior and delicious food and drinks to match. Its drive to be a certified-organic and carbon neutral cafe shines through.

 

At Reverends the coffee is great and so is the food – talk about a match made in heaven. Enter the raw brick-walled space, order your favourite brew and make the tough decision between the likes of coconut and chocolate granola, bagels and more.

 

James St. is also a winner when it comes to coffee and brunch. If you go for a wonder your sure to find something that suits your budget and tastebuds!

LUNCH AND DINNER

There is something for everyone here. BYO restaurants and casual dining a plenty! Try the Valley’s Chinatown Mall and intersecting Wickham St are known as a bit of a hub for BYO restaurants.

 

You’ll find in the pedestrian mall a number of places including Wagaya, Enjoy Inn, Nonbei Sake Bar & BBQ, Golden Palace Chinese that let you BYO wine while Green Tea will let you BYO beer and cider too. Along Wickham St, there is Tara Thai, Satay Ria, King of Kings, The Vietnamese, Super Bowl and Cyber City 2002 for BYO.

 

There is bottle shop located on the corner of Brunswick and Wickham St as well as Grape Therapy on Wickham St.

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LATE NIGHT FARE

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Finding good food after 10pm in Brisbane can be a little challenging at times, however, you are in luck if you’re in the Valley!

 

In the heart of the Valley you’ll find Alfredo’s Pizzeria cooking with wood-fired ovens until 3am on weekends.

 

Farrier Supper Club has a menu available until 2am every night, Greaser Bar is flipping burgers and American cuisine until late, and try Heya for its cheeseburger or spring rolls.

 

Meanwhile Bao Down Now is serving up its tasty bao buns until 2am and PJs Steaks do a mean Philly cheese steak.

PUBS

Pub culture is still alive and kicking in Fortitude Valley. Some great examples of some pubs include, the art-deco Waterloo Hotel and Wickham Hotel, which recently underwent makeovers.

 

The Pig ‘N’ Whistle and craft beer hall Woolly Mammoth are also great venues for pub grub, all the while The Flying Cock serves great gastro pub meals.

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