The Best Private Dining Rooms in Brisbane

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Private dining rooms combine the best of both worlds: the service and food of a restaurant, and the privacy and relaxed atmosphere of your own home. You might pay handsomely for it, but for a birthday, Christmas party or other celebration, these spots can't be beaten. The best part? You can all skip the clean-up.

  • Housed inside an 1890's brick building in The Valley, this moody Italian diner and wine bar lists more than 150 sustainable drops from Sicily and beyond. House-baked breads, pastas and antipasti sidle refined mains with a traditional twist.

  • Polished, old-school service and European-inspired dishes are the pillars of this elegant bar and grill in the former Jamie's Italian space. Visit for stellar seafood dishes, a tight selection of pastas and a roving Armagnac cart with bottles dating back to 1931.

  • If you’re after the cream of Italian dining in Brisbane, look no further. This place serves real-deal Roman food, and is officially recognised as one of the world’s best Italian restaurants outside the motherland for its stellar wine list.

  • A 120-seat modern-Chinese restaurant.

  • This opulent restaurant inside the Emporium Hotel has a 6000-bottle wine cellar, which includes back vintages of some of the finest champagnes in France.

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  • A gorgeous restaurant and bar at the centre of Brisbane's Middle Eastern moment.

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  • After a dramatic face-lift, this once humble Stanley Street bistro transformed into a miniature French quarter with a stunning restaurant, garden terrace and rooftop cocktail bar overlooking the city. Duck dinners, crepes for brunch and a formidable cellar are just some of what you’ll find inside.

  • A Thai diner looking to capture the spirit of some of Bangkok’s best modern restaurants.

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  • A two-storey Cantonese eatery with a star chef at the helm.

  • Salt and pepper cuttlefish sangas, Moreton Bay bug char kway teow, fancy wines and spicy cocktails – all in a jaw-dropping three-storey space from the Rick Shores crew.

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  • Celebrity chef Guy Grossi's 150-seat restaurant serves up the traditional dishes you'd find along Italy's Amalfi Coast. Go for gnocchi alla Sorrentina, pasta al limone and scialatielli all’amalfitana. Plus, a whole heap of wines from the Campania region, including fiano and aglianico.

  • This urban winery boasts a cellar door, a 70-seat restaurant and beautiful 20-seat private dining room.

  • A historic pub, where you can get change from $20 at lunch, cocktails, and beers from 92 taps.

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