This Fortitude Valley hotspot is adding a little sophistication to your imbibing with leather seating and glistening chandeliers. Plus, as it boasts over 750 spirits lining its impressive shelves, you can certainly count on an excellent assortment of creative cocktails and whiskies at Savile Row.
Best Bars In Brisbane
When you think of some of the best bars in Australia, it's more than easy to look Brisbane's way. From award winners and secret spots to rooftop locations where incredible cocktails are king, we're bringing you the drinks and saloons you'd be silly to go without. Check out our recommendations for the best Brisbane bars below.
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On the hunt for cool bars in Fortitude Valley? The Sound Garden is an absolute belter. It flaunts two immersive floors that are adorned with hanging foliage and stylish seating - head on over for live music, scrumptious grub and a drinks list that's sure to wet your whistle and then some.
Make sure to check out Pig 'N' Whistle, which boasts outposts in Fortitude Valley, West End, King George Square and beyond. When you're not getting cosy among the eye-catching interiors or sunning yourself in the beer gardens, get stuck into the menu of British-style grub and delicious drinks.
A charming venue with a jungle-like outdoor area, Brisbane Brewing Co. Woolloongabba is a total beaut. At this and its sister site in the West End, you can find all kinds of tasty tipples, from craft beers brewed on-site to slick cocktails and gorgeous wines. Plus, there are lots of enticing eats to pair.
Found in Fortitude Valley, BrewDog is a hub of all things craft beer. Get to know the extensive selection on offer, as well as cider, wines and cocktails. Plus, there are shuffleboard tables, pinball machines and a fantastic menu of scrumptious grub to gobble down.
Found over in South Bank, The Charming Squire is not just a fantastic place to eat, with tandoori-smoked cauliflower and wood-fired Longreach lamb up for grabs, but it's also a popular plot for cracking craft beers, most of which are provided by James Squire brewery.
The Terrace is up there as one of the best rooftop bars in Brisbane, flaunting spectacular views of the city's skyline from above. It's also seriously chic, with a retractable glass roof and a living wall, making it a great spot to enjoy the fabulous array of liquid libations on offer.
Whether you fancy cool cocktail lounge vibes or alfresco, sun-soaked sips, Sixes and Sevens is making sure that you're well-watered at all times. Get to know this buzzing spot and its menu of cocktails, craft beers and scrumptious eats.
The best Brisbane bars with a view? It's an easy choice. A gorgeous watering hole set alongside the Brisbane River, Felons Brewing Co. is the place to go for top-quality craft beers, beautifully prepared international fare and outdoor drinking. You can even pop along for cool brewery tours.
Signature cocktails are ripe for the picking over at Fortitude Valley hangout, Gerard's Bar. But that's not all you'll find, as this cool Middle Eastern-inspired beaut is also whipping up international wines, beer, cider and mouthwatering small plates.
Whether you're in the business of breakfast or dabbling with drinks come the evening, Riverbar & Kitchen know what's up in both departments. Join one of the best bars in Brisbane CBD for food and drink by the water, as it celebrates the spirit of hospitality every day of the week.
Finney Isles is shaking things up in Fortitude Valley, literally. While you admire the sophisticated interiors, from the royal blue booths to the parquet floors, make your way through the extensive drinks list alongside the menu of charcuterie and cheese boards at one of the best cocktail bars in Brisbane.
Picture a world of industrial low-hanging lights, penny farthings and bare brick - welcome to Cobbler. Though it's one of the most popular whiskey bars in Brisbane, with over 300 bottles of the firewater spirit, there are also plenty of lip-smacking cocktails to guzzle down too.
Looking to London and Paris for inspiration, Death and Taxes brings speakeasy elegance to one of the best hidden bars in Brisbane. Tucked away, boasting floorboards close to 100 years old, it showcases more than 1,000 types of spirit along with leather banquettes and mahogany appeal.