Miss Audrey Coffee has made itself a home in the suburb of Bardon, an inner city suburb approximately 5km west of Brisbane's central business district. Bardon is characterised by ridges separated by steep gullies, with heaps of rolling hills and beautiful winding roads. This little coffee nook is well immersed into the leafy residential suburb that Bardon is, at the foothills of Mount Coot-tha, with stunning hanging planters extending from the roofs of the deck, complete with wooden furniture and decor with a garden-esque feel. There is plenty of free parking on the streets surrounding Miss Audrey Coffee - that's one of the many perks of being amidst a string of residential streets!
Yes! Provided that all canine patrons remain on a leash at all times, dogs are more than welcome here at Miss Audrey Coffee. In fact, take a walk around the neighbourhood and you'll no doubt encounter more than a few local residents taking their furbabies out for a morning stroll. And what better place to stop at for water (and a much-needed coffee) than Miss Audrey Coffee? They provide a communal water bowl with fresh drinking water for all dogs to share - the perfect hydration station.
Miss Audrey Coffee has only outdoor seating - opt for either seating on the open deck or seating at the front of the cafe. The deck is littered with beautiful hanging planters and other plant decor; with complete shade from all kinds of weather conditions. The seating at the front of the cafe also provides shade from the sun, in the form of giant umbrellas serving as a canopy. There are both traditional wooden table and chairs (reminiscent of rustic garden furniture) and bar-type seating available - the choice is yours!
Beautiful seating on the deck at Miss Audrey Coffee.
What food and drink options are there at Miss Audrey Coffee?
True to its name, Miss Audrey Coffee has... coffee available! Big surprise, right? Manned by friendly barista Nic, you'll be sure to love your morning coffee here - it's freshly brewed using beans from Padre Coffee, specialty coffee roasted locally up in Noosa. Padre Coffee was originally established in Melbourne in late 2007/early 2008, but has now branched out to encompass three beautiful stores selling coffee beans and brews in Melbourne in addition to the roastery-cafe in Noosa. Despite having expanded their business, "not much has changed. Padre is still a small, owner-run business that prides itself on exceptional products and outstanding service. We love making coffee".
So go ahead and give Miss Audrey Coffee a go - you'll love it! Lucky for you, Miss Audrey Coffee has a rewards card system; get your 10th cuppa free for every 9 purchased. And if you thought it couldn't get any better, Miss Audrey Coffee also has pre-paid coffee cards available for added convenience. It's perfect for the cyclists, joggers and walkers, who may not always carry cash on them. There is also a range of pre-packaged sweet goodies available for purchase.
Amazing coffee from Miss Audrey Coffee, brewed using beans from Padre Coffee Roastery.
Is there anything else worth noting about Miss Audrey Coffee?
Miss Audrey Coffee is actually the sister business of Miss Audrey Hair. Established in 2014, Miss Audrey Hair is a hair salon that is run by Nic's wife, Donna. In fact, Miss Audrey Coffee was opened in 2016 to provide the perfect place for locals to drop in for an early caffeine hit, especially those who have appointments at Miss Audrey Hair - we all know how long it can take to get the perfect new hair-do!
Eddy and Sam pictured outside Miss Audrey Hair & Miss Audrey Coffee.