This is the most exciting place in town to eat in – here are our picks of the bunch.
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Four different food menus, 89 beer taps and capacity for more than 2000 people. This restored, 130-year-old pub is one of the Valley’s most ambitious venues ever, ready to fulfil whatever need you have, from drinking to dancing.
Enter for arcade games, DJs and cheesburger spring rolls.
The 150-seat, eight-hectolitre brewpub is the brand’s first taproom outside Byron Bay.
Enter for cake, rap music and beer.
The sharp follow-up to Cobbler.
A handsome sixth-floor boozer in a rapidly developing corner of the Valley.
A Palm Springs-inspired restaurant and bar in the space which formerly housed Woolly Mammoth.
A sophisticated restaurant and bar with a contemporary-Asian influence at The Calile.
A 100-seat brewpub with eight beers on tap, including three rotationals, and a menu of share plates and mains – many of which feature beer.
An ultra-contemporary Australian wine bar.
A small plate-centric wine and cocktail bar from the Happy Boy crew.
A hidden gin den inside Fortitude Valley's 155-year-old pub, The Osbourne.
A low-key, small bar with a focus on gin, natural wines and beers on tap.
An adults-only arcade bar combining old-world glamour, ultra-modern neon and ’90s nostalgia.
A craft-beer bar with a “local where possible” ethos, Single O coffee and Chicago-style food.
A historic pub, where you can get change from $20 at lunch, cocktails, and beers from 92 taps.
A Valley bolthole pivots towards spirits.
Arcade games and craft beer? Yes please.
A modern take on the traditional beer garden.
The place to soak up The Valley’s history over a few modern beers.
A roaring ‘20s-style speakeasy with a jazz soundtrack.
More than 550 ways to take your gin and tonic.
A tiny, whimsical bar inspired by Peter Pan.
Share some charcuterie at the more casual cousin of Gerard’s Bistro.