With exposed brickwork, comic strip graffiti and mismatched furniture, the style is a fusion of urban and shabby chic. There are low tables, box stools and benches on the pavement outside, making it a great spot to watch the comings and goings around the trendy Logan Road precinct.
Watch the Comings and Goings Around Trendy Logan Road Precinct
The food is excellent and great value. I can recommend the "Dog's Breakfast" of grilled haloumi, avocado, tomato and spinach ($12.00). The pineapple and mint frappes hit the spot on a sunny morning. With some toys and high chairs, the cafe is child-friendly and, as the name suggests, it welcomes dogs too.
Why not go exploring some of the retro shops and warehouses nearby after brunch? The Woolloongabba Antiques Centre and Add Vintage showroom (450 sqm retail store specialising in Eames-era furniture) are fascinating places to browse and are just around the corner.