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Published June 25th 2017
Redland Bay is no longer the country cousin Come and enjoy
Twenty years ago, the high points of Brisbane's Redland Bay were the Golf Club and the Redland Bay Hotel, both overlooking beautiful Moreton Bay. Though both these venues are still local icons there is a new kid on the block.
Redland Bay, on the southern end of the Redlands, has long been the port for vessels plying the bay islands, such as Russell Island, Macleay Island, Karragarra Island, Lamb Island and North Stradbroke Island. Recent times have seen significant changes in the area with prime farmland being developed for residential purposes. With these developments have come some great facilities.
Modern and fresh decor
Hatch and Snout only appeared on the scene in early 2017, but if you are looking for a venue that is young and fresh, this cafe marks the spot. Opening in time for breakfast daily at 6am, serving organic Bun Coffee from Byron Bay, this cafe is catering for both the eat-in and take away trade.
Continuing throughout the day Hatch and Snout provides a great venue for catching up with friends, or enjoying a business lunch, and even has the space if your club members are looking for a new venue to inspire conviviality. The decor inside is modern and welcoming, with the scattered magazines and newspapers only encouraging relaxation.
So good to relax
The outside eating area meets the needs of those who have been out walking the family dog and who require a caffeine fix with both water bowls and puppychinos available for the pooch.
Located in the retail precinct in Cypress Street, Redland Bay, Hatch and Snout lacks the water views of both the pub and the golf club. No matter. Redland Bay is a picturesque township with views to die for and walking tracks aplenty, making it a great destination for weekend exploration. It's worth making the effort some time.