Brisbane's restaurants, cafes and bars are once again closed to dine-in customers, this time until at least Sunday August 8. We've reopened our live list, so you can order takeaway and support your favourites.

As before, we’ll continue updating this list daily, all throughout lockdown – however long that might be. This is the definitive guide to who’s selling what, from heat-and-serve meals to pre-mixed cocktails.

If you have concerns about visiting businesses or public spaces, or questions about self-isolation, vaccination or coronavirus testing, check out the latest updates from the Queensland Government.

Gerard’s Bistro


A different readymade takeaway meal (starter, main and dessert) every night – made up of old customer favourites. For $50, delivered (within a 4 kilometre radius). Order here or call (07) 3852 3822.

Gerard’s Lane 14-15 James Street, Fortitude Valley

Josie North


Open as usual for takeaway coffee and food from 7am, seven days a week. Menu available here.

51 Sherwood Road, Toowong

1889 Enoteca


Order ahead from Tuesday at this Gabba Italian icon for pasta dishes (including the iconic pork and fennel sausage gnocchi) along with mains such as veal saltimbocca, and Moreton Bay bugs in a basil pesto cream. You can also grab something from the restaurant’s brilliant selection of Italian wines. Order via Bopple here.

819 Stanley Street, Woolloongabba



Some of Umami’s best dishes – like black truffle dumplings and sticky lamb ribs – are available for takeaway on Bopple. A selection of wine, beer and cider is also available.

2 624 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley

Pasta Club


The successor to CJ's Secret Pasta Club has resumed its popular takeaway bodega. Visit for house-made focaccia, burrata, salads, big bowls of pasta, tiramisu and more. To order, call or text 0407 577 707. Gluten free pasta is also available.

237 Boundary Street, West End

City Winery


This urban winery on Wandoo Street has turned itself into a fancy mac’n’cheese drive-through. There’s truffle mac’n’cheese, Italian pork and fennel mac’n’cheese, and scampi and seafood bisque mac’n’cheese. And you can grab some fancy wine while you’re at it. Order here.

11 Wandoo Street, Fortitude Valley

Sugo Mi


Take-away and contactless delivery of pasta, pizza, gelato and pantry staples available by phoning (07) 3395 6327 or 0487 923 044 Menu available here.

Bistro and Pizzeria, 3 190 Oxford Street, Bulimba

One Fish Two Fish


This brilliant Kangaroo Point seafood restaurant is back open for takeaway. Check out its extensive menu of prawns, oysters, sashimi, fish and chips and more here. Call to order on (07) 3391 7680. Plus, this time around there are weekend seafood sangas (including a lobster roll).

708 Main Street, Kangaroo Point

Same Same


Longtime's successor is now offering takeaway. To order, call (07) 3188 1418 or email Menu details here.

Shop AM3 Ada Lane 46 James Street, Fortitude Valley

Slipstream Brewing Company


The Yeerongpilly brewing company is selling its brews for takeaway and for delivery. Plus, it's created a very beer-friendly takeaway food menu, specifically for this lockdown. Check that out here.

Unit 2, 94 Wilkie Street, Yeerongpilly



Pasta dishes are being made ready for pickup from 5pm Wednesday August 4. Think gnocchi, ragu, pappardelle – the whole lot. Order here. Plus, Mosconi has brought back its popular lunch rolls – choose from a chicken cotoletta sandwich, a porchetta roll or a prawn po 'boy.

B 164 Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley

Newstead Brewing Co


The Doggett Street brewpub (and its Milton counterpart is remaining open. Stop by for a coffee or top up a growler full of beer. There's also a great takeaway meal menu filled with crowdpleasers. Call (07) 3367 0490 to order.

85 Doggett Street, Newstead

Miss Jones


This popular New Farm cafe is doing its entire brunch menu for takeaway.

599 Brunswick Street, New Farm

Mrs Brown's


There's something for everyone on Mrs Brown's takeaway menu, which makes this a good option for anyone ordering for a fussy group. Here are the lockdown opening hours.

32 Commercial Road, Newstead

Jocelyn’s Provisions


Try shopping here for a good alternative to the mad rush on Coles and Woollies. This grocery shop and bakery has all the necessary staples. Plus, a variety of premade meals are now available to purchase. Full menu here. Meal delivery is available.

12/46 James Street, Fortitude Valley

Happy Boy Fortitude Valley


This Fortitude Valley classic is serving its entire menu delivery and takeaway. You can also get its small-produce Australian wines for a relative steal. Check out the menu here.

826 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley



This Fish Lane favourite is doing a different $50 takeaway menu each evening, consisting of a small starter, a main and a dessert. View each night's menu here and order via Bopple. (Be sure to add a bottle or two of vino.)

77-79 Grey Street, South Brisbane



Agnes’s pop-up woodfired bakery returns on Wednesday August 4, once again taking over the restaurant’s Agnes Street premises. From 7am to 12pm Wednesday to Sunday this week it will be baking the usual mix of woodfired breads, cannoli, Basque cheesecakes, cinnamon doughnuts, tarts and kouign amann.

22 Agnes Street, Fortitude Valley

Emily Yeoh Restaurant


Former Masterchef contestant Emily Yeoh’s Paddington restaurant will reopen from Tuesday August 3 for takeaway noodles, dim sum, roasted duck and more. Yeoh is also running a plating competition in which you gussy up your takeaway and share the pics online – the prize is a ticket to her upcoming Sunday brunch series. See the restaurant's website for details. Order online via the restaurant’s website.

283 Given Terrace, Paddington



Elementi in Paddington is the new contender for Brisbane’s best pizza. It’s available for takeaway, along with antipasti and pasta. Order via (07) 3217 5667 or the restaurant’s website.

257 Given Terrace, Paddington

E’cco Bistro Newstead


The celebrated Brisbane restaurant is serving a short, sharp pre-order menu that includes gorgonzola gnocchi with spinach and pine nuts, and slow cooked lamb shoulder with mint, crushed peas, broccolini and salsa verde. It’s takeaway only (no delivery) and you order either by phone or SMS on 0424 986 005. Find the menu on the E’cco website. Takeaway resumes from August 4.

63 Skyring Terrace, Newstead

Cru Bar & Cellar


The bar might be closed for the moment, but the online wine shop (with same-day local contactless delivery) is kicking on strong. Peruse the selection here.

1 22 James Street, New Farm

Betty’s Burgers & Concrete Co. Chermside


From all Betty's outlets, get your burger fix sent straight to your door. Call to order. Delivery and pick up options available. Check out the menu here.

Gympie Road & Hamilton Road, Chermside

King Arthur


Open throughout lockdown for takeaway for coffee and a concise menu of takeaway-friendly grab-and-go meals.

164C Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley



The majority of this Teneriffe classic's dine-in menu is available for both takeaway and delivery. And yes, you can grab a cheeky bottle of chianti with your meal. Check out the menu and order pick-up here. Delivery is via Deliveroo.

10 Vernon Terrace, Teneriffe

Smokey Moo


This American barbeque favourite is offering its entire menu for takeaway and delivery. View the menu and order here.

68 Longland Street, Newstead

5 Boroughs Stones Corner


Every 5 Boroughs store is still open for takeaway. Call or walk-in to order for takeaway. Delivery is available through Uber Eats. Menu available here.

9 401-405 Logan Road, Stones Corner

Little G


George and Danielle Diacos’s super popular pizza spot is staying open for takeaway on its usual Thursday to Monday roster. There’s the typical mix of pizzas, arancini, fried chicken, plus a rotation of other treats such as George’s triple “chockdown” cookies.

54 Logan Road, Woolloongabba

Kin + Co.


This brilliant Teneriffe cafe continues to open its takeaway window 6am to 2pm daily, serving açai bowls, cabinet food and pastries, washed down by smoothies, ache, kombucha and expertly made coffee.

24 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe

Cheeky Poke


Is remaining open and serving its takeaway menu throughout this lockdown. It's worth ordering through Cheeky Poke's app, if you can. Delivery within 10 kilometres is available.

Shop 3a 63 Skyring Terrace, Newstead

Proof BBQ and Booze


Ryan Lane’s super popular Newmarket Road barbeque joint is doing takeaway and delivery food, beer and wine. See the Proof website for details on how to order.

14 104 Newmarket Road, Windsor

Salt Coffee Roasters


This Commercial Road favourite is serving takeaway coffee, beans, toasties and other treats 6am to 12pm each day. You can also order beans online here.

50 Commercial Road, Newstead

Siffredi’s Spaghetti Bar


It's fitting that a restaurant that opened because of Covid-19 has an excellent takeaway option. Siffredi's pasta packs are just the right way to get through this lockdown. Check it out here.

36 Vernon Terrace, Teneriffe



You can still get one of Brisbane's best croissants this lockdown, because Superthing is still open. There's bread, bagels, croissants and more.

215 Montague Road, West End



Baja is doing at-home packs of its northern Mexican inspired tacos, including its duck carnitas (slow-cooked duck) and al pastor tacos. It’s also selling traditional Mexican-style salsas, wine, beer, bottled cocktails, and mezcal and tequila. Baja at home kicks off on Wednesday.

211 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley



Southside has rebooted its at-home restaurant, offering a bunch of favourites takeaway – including char kway teow, Wagyu beef stir fry, and master stock duck with housemade noods – alongside bottled cocktails and wines selected from its extensive cellar. This time around you can get it delivered too via Bopple. Order takeaway or delivery online here.

Fish Lane Town Square 63 Melbourne Street, South Brisbane



Bianca is serving its fun and fast menu of antipasti, entrees, pastas and mains takeaway. See the restaurant’s website for menu details. Order and pay via phone on (07) 3063 7679 and pick up from the restaurant.

Ada Lane James Street, Fortitude Valley

PawPaw Cafe


This celebrated East Brisbane eatery is open for takeaway cafe eats in the morning all week, and fragrant Thai dinners after 5pm, Wednesday to Sunday. You can order via the cafe’s own app or by calling 07 3891 5100.

898 Stanley Street, Woolloongabba

Wholly Crumpets


This brand new crumpet-centric cafe was always geared towards takeaway, so it's handling its first lockdown gracefully. Come for Nutella, strawberry and toasted coconut crumpets; smoked salmon, dill and cream cheese crumpets; crumpet toasted sangas; and a one-kilogram crumpet loaf (did we mention the focus is crumpets?)

140 Oxford Street, Bulimba

Morning After


West End staple Morning After is remaining open throughout this lockdown takeaway meals, snacks and coffees.

Corner Vulture Street and Cambridge Street, West End

Microlot Coffee House


This coffee house is still open for takeaway, and will be throughout this lockdown. Head on over for one of Brisbane's best coffees and a treat or two.

5 135 Riding Road, Hawthorne

Billykart West End


Once again, Billykart is a takeaway-only situation. Order one of its beloved burgers at the shop, or get your meal delivered via Uber Eats.

4 Edmonstone Street, West End



This Highgate Hill cafe is staying open for every day this lockdown. It's selling toasties and coffees from 7am–12pm.

36A Gladstone Road, Highgate Hills

Nodo Donuts Newstead


This beloved gluten-free cafe and bakery is staying open for doughnuts, treats and coffee during this lockdown. It also has a handy online shop filled with gluten-free pantry provisions. You can order for click-and-collect, but delivery is also available.

1 Ella Street, Newstead

West End Coffee House


West End Coffee House's winning combo of Campos coffee and Thai street food is still available this lockdown. Call 0410 421 063 ahead to pre-order.

80 Vulture Street, West End

The Yiros Shop


All of the Yiros Shop's locations are still open for takeaway and delivery. Check out the menu and order here.

2/189 Grey Street, South Brisbane



This small Kangaroo Point cafe is geared towards takeaway, so it's pretty much business as usual at the moment. Stop by for coffee and sangas.

98 Main Street, Kangaroo Point



This brilliant cafe was one of last year's best cafe openings. It's running a takeaway menu throughout this lockdown. It's a big menu, with something for just about everyone. Head over to check it out.

2/7 Park Terrace, Graceville