Enjoy a cool drink along the Brisbane River this summer.
The summer heat is on the rise and it's times like these you just want to sit back and relax with a cool drink in the palm of your hand. Check out these top spots located on the Brisbane River where you can relax and enjoy a cool drink or meal with your family and friends.
Kings Cafe is located in Tennyson directly opposite the tennis centre on the Brisbane River. This secret little spot is tucked away from all the hustle and bustle, just the way I like it. For more information you can visit Kings Cafe.
Watt Restaurant and Bar is just that. Located in a beautiful spot along the Brisbane River you can choose if you would like to relax for a cool drink from the bar or settle in for the night to taste their delicious menu. This restaurant is child friendly and they even have a bar menu to go with that cool drink if your feeling a little peckish. Visit Watt Restaurant to check out the menu.
Saturday, 14th of December @ 10:00am - $35 - 2 places left
The eloquent looking restaurant called Eves on the River is situated in the heart of Teneriffe. I was pleasantly surprised when I noticed the menu was reasonably priced considering the location and quality of this beautiful restaurant.
I love it when restaurants are not a part of the franchise system. Why is that? you may ask. Well, as you will notice with Eves on the River the ambiance and personal touch that exudes from this restaurant can only come from the passion and commitment of a dedicated owner and his team.
Eves on the River has a philosophy, they say it is simple "Give the power of choice back to the customer". The owner Stephen Holmes estimates over 1 million people have enjoyed the Eves' experience and states his secret to success has been treating each patron as a family member.
To enjoy this fine dining experience in a relaxed atmosphere visit Eves on the River to make a booking.
Byblos at Portside is lovely - really good food, amazing cocktails and a lovely view of the sun setting over the river out on the "deck". I was also a bit partial to Bretts Wharf and am sad it's gone - great food, great views and plenty of parking. Oh well ....