This is the most exciting place in town to eat in – here are our picks of the bunch.
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A Palm Springs-inspired restaurant and bar in the space which formerly housed Woolly Mammoth.
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.
A modern take on the traditional beer garden.
Enter for arcade games, DJs and cheesburger spring rolls.
An ultra-contemporary Australian wine bar.
A small plate-centric wine and cocktail bar from the Happy Boy crew.
A sophisticated restaurant and bar with a contemporary-Asian influence at The Calile.
A historic pub, where you can get change from $20 at lunch, cocktails, and beers from 92 taps.
A hidden gin den inside Fortitude Valley's 155-year-old pub, The Osbourne.
A handsome sixth-floor boozer in a rapidly developing corner of the Valley.
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.
The 150-seat, eight-hectolitre brewpub is the brand’s first taproom outside Byron Bay.
A craft-beer bar with a “local where possible” ethos, Single O coffee and Chicago-style food.
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.
Enter for cake, rap music and beer.
The sharp follow-up to Cobbler.
A Valley bolthole pivots towards spirits.
Arcade games and craft beer? Yes please.
The place to soak up The Valley’s history over a few modern beers.
A tiny, whimsical bar inspired by Peter Pan.
More than 550 ways to take your gin and tonic.
Share some charcuterie at the more casual cousin of Gerard’s Bistro.
A roaring ‘20s-style speakeasy with a jazz soundtrack.