Anzac Day is so close to the Easter long weekend this year, we won’t blame you if you’ve planned a 10-day holiday. These cafes, restaurants and bars don’t have the luxury though. They’re staying open to get you your coffee after dawn service and to make sure you’ll have somewhere to play two-up this year.

Restaurants and Bars

Libertine Bar and Restaurant
5/61 Petrie Terrace
12pm–9pm

Dicki's
893 Brunswick Street, New Farm
7am–2pm

Cheeky Poke Bar
63 Skyring Terrace, Newstead
11am–9pm, 15 per cent surcharge

Gerard’s Bistro
Gerard’s Lane 14/15 James Street, Fortitude Valley
12pm–3pm, 6pm–late, 10 per cent surcharge

Remy's
106 Latrobe Terrace, Paddington
8am–8pm, 15 per cent surcharge

Hellenika at The Calile
48 James Street, Fortitude Valley
6.30am–11.30pm, 15 per cent surcharge

Heya Bar
351 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley
5pm–3am

The Gresham
308 Queen Street, Brisbane City
7am–3am

Rogue Bistro
14 Austin St, Newstead
5.30pm-10.30pm, 15 per cent surcharge

Cafes

Nodo Camp Hill
25 Samuel St, Camp Hill
8am–2pm, 15 per cent surcharge

Nodo Newstead
1 Ella St, Newstead
8am–2pm, 15 per cent surcharge

Pourboy
4,271 Grey St South Brisbane
7am–2pm

Deedot Coffee House
1/973 Logan Road, Holland Park West
7am–12pm

The Jam Pantry
2/575 Logan Rd, Greenslopes
6am–12pm, 15 per cent surcharge

Dovetail on Overend
85 Overend Street, Norman Park
7am–1pm 15 per cent surcharge

Brunos BNE
212 Cracknell Road, Tarragindi
5am–2pm

Miss Jones
1/599 Brunswick Street, New Farm
7am–2.30pm

MYLK + KO
1,148 Merthyr Road, New Farm
8am–12pm

Little Loco
121 Merthyr Road New Farm QLD
7am-2.30pm, 15 per cent surcharge