Brisbane
19-07-2016

Where to go for a pre-theatre feast in Brisbane

Planning to see a show at QPAC soon? Well you’re going to need to eat at some point, either before or after (trust us to have food on our mind). We’ve rounded up some top notch restaurants close by to help quell your hunger.

Image: GOMA Restaurant, South Bank

Image: GOMA Restaurant, South Bank

Bacchus, South Bank

A hop, skip and a jump is all it takes to get to QPAC from Bacchus at Rydges South Bank. Set yourself up for a elegant night starting with a four course degustation and finishing with an evening of classical ballet.

Bourbon Street, South Brisbane

Looking for a spot to enjoy a quick drink and dinner before a show? Well have we got the place for you! Bourbon Street will transport you to the deep south with welcoming Southern hospitality, and a rich creole-inspired menu from buttermilk fried chicken to Louisiana pecan pie with double cream.

French Martini, South Bank

Bright and pink, French Martini is at home on the bank of the the Brisbane river. Snack on the charcuterie plate served with a fresh sliced baguette as you sip on a fruity cocktail. When it’s time to head to the theatre, walk along the South Bank Boardwalk and take in that incredible view.

GOMA Restaurant, South Bank

Foams, sauces and wafer thin tuiles is what you can expect when dining at GOMA. When planning a visit to the theatre, be sure to stop here on the way for an experience you’ll never forget.