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How to spend Valentine’s Day in Brisbane with your bestie

posted by Karlicca Culalic February 13, 2018 0 comments

Friends rock. They might “borrow” your clothes and send you on crappy blind dates but friends never break your heart. And after all, what would life be without an insult from your mates on the reg? If Valentine’s Day content makes your eyes roll and your Feb 14 plans are assuming couch potato mode with a glass of vino then, stop right there, call your clique, and discuss these cute AF options.

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Up Late on a Weeknight? 15 Places to Dine in Brisbane After-Dark

posted by Karlicca Culalic January 16, 2018 0 comments

Fancy a chill spot after dark? Then you’ve found solid ground here! Everything from late night vino, to hearty pub bites, all day breaky cravings, woodfire pizza and pancakes at 1 AM. You know, the yush. Here’s a little snapshot of where to wine and dine in Brisbane when it’s late, you’re hungry and it’s a school night.  Continue Reading

Six Acres | Brisbane Threads

Six Acres Restaurant

posted by Michaela Petrofes August 31, 2016 0 comments

Quietly tucked away on Gregory Terrace is a hidden gem that is still relatively new to the Brisbane food scene. Opening their doors in February this year, Six Acres Restaurant champion’s fresh Queensland produce and holds strong to the ‘paddock to plate’ philosophy.

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Kotobuki: A Cinderella Story | Brisbane Threads

Kotobuki: A Cinderella Story

posted by Cass Catsoulis August 15, 2016 0 comments

Once upon a time, in a place far far away from Japan… in the hub of East Brisbane…Sushi Kotobuki was born.

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Sunnybank Food Trail – Winter Warmers

posted by Alice Duffield June 14, 2016 0 comments

It’s the delicious foodie experience we’ve ALL been waiting for – the winter edition of the SUNNYBANK FOOD TRAIL!! Saturday is forecast to be a chilly 24 degrees, so I’m sure I’m not alone in wanting some hot comfort food to get me through.

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Spotlight On: Wholesomeness

posted by Teagan West February 4, 2016 0 comments

Wholesome food delivered right to your door – that’s the beauty of Brisbane business Wholesomeness.

Wholesomeness is a Brisbane based meal delivery service that bring fresh food straight to your door so you can save time in the kitchen withour sacrificing your health. In addition to their delivery service, Wholesomeness also have the Wholesomeness Health Grill and Cafe (located in Grange) which serves up delish meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They also have Cocowhip (!!!), a juice bar and a cabinet of raw treats and take-home salads so you can stock the fridge for the week ahead.

So what makes Wholesomeness different? 

For starters, all meals are prepared fresh using locally sourced and organic produce as often as possible. All of their meals are gluten-free, dairy-free and do not contain toxic chemicals or additives, so you’re only getting the really good stuff in each meals. To ensure you don’t get tired of the same meals on rotation, the menu changes every fortnight, so there’s always something new to sink your teeth into, or a returning favourite to devour.

Wholesomeness also provides personalised meal plans, which they’ve done for professional athletes and international actors moving through our wonderful city, as well as everyday people like you and me.

And to top it all off, Wholesomeness are also available for catering and they do cooking classes to help you learn the tricks of the trade (more info on that here).

If that’s not a comprehensive list of services then I don’t know what is!

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To tickle your taste buds just a little bit more, here are some of the meals you can expect to see regularly on the Wholesomeness menu:

  • Moroccan Lamb Harira Soup
  • Baked Felafel with Vegetable Tagine
  • Braised Pork Belly with roasted sweet potato, apple and kale
  • Field Mushroom and Spinach Frittata with Tomato Relish
  • Slow Cooked Chicken and Apricots with spiced quinoa
  • Lemongrass Beef Stirfry With Beanthread Noodles
  • and so much more!

Want to place an order for next week? Head on over to the Wholesomeness website and add your meals to cart. If you need, check out this page for more information on delivery. Then all you have to do is sit back, wait for your meals to arrive, and then enjoy feeling wholesomeness!

Substation No.41 Rum | Brisbane Threads

If You Like Rum…

posted by Michaela Petrofes July 24, 2015 0 comments

Last week the Antarctic Vortex was in full swing and we certainly felt the chill deep in our bones. In perfect unison with the chill was the launch of The Breakfast Creek Hotel’s newest addition to their rum family: Substation No.41 Rum to keep us warm on even the chilliest of nights!

Substation No. 41 Rum Bar opened it’s doors 3 years ago and is now the largest rum bar in Australia with over 500 rums from 50 different countries in their rum library. The bars newest addition is a sweet and spicy combination that has been aging in oak barrels right here in Queensland and is now ready to dance on your tongue as you welcome in the weekend. The sweetness of the rum comes from the combination of vanilla, cream, plum and toffee with the addition of pepper for that spicy kick.

Throughout the night we nibbled on an array of canapés that were accompanied by a presentation of Substation No. 41 Rum, a tasting of the rum and 3 delicious cocktails – the Summer Storm, Rum punch and an Orange Mojito! Our favourite of the night was the Rum Punch, with it’s summer flavours and fresh vibe making us forgot about the cold snap we were caught up in and instead shifted our drams to warm summer days.

Thank you to the staff at Breakfast Creek Hotel and Substation No. 41 Rum Bar for allowing us to escape the winter chill and be transported to a warmer place with your delicious rum, if only just for the night.

Having a girl’s night in with a few cocktails never sounder yummier and couldn’t be easier to do with these easy recipes featuring Substation No. 41 Rum! Here’s what you’ll need:

Summer Storm: 41 Rum, Ginger beer, Ginger, Lime and Fresh Mint

Rum Punch: Orange, Pineapple, Orange and Pineapple Juice, Sugar Syrup, Fresh Lime Juice and 41 Rum

Orange Mojito: Orange, Lime, Sugar Syrup, 41 Rum and Fresh Mint


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85 Miskin Street Degustation | Brisbane Threads

Where? 85 Miskin Street, that’s where!

posted by Joanna Fraser July 24, 2015 0 comments

Who knew that ensconced within the, let’s face it, rather dull streets of suburban Brisbane lies an unassuming and very special beacon of fine dining.

85 Miskin St, the brainchild of the very passionate owner Brent Farrell, has been dancing across diner’s palates for over ten years. With each plate carefully laid out with innovative ingredients, artful presentation and an astounding level of care, 85 Miskin St is batting with the big guys of the CBD.

Winning a one hat award at the 2014/2015 Good Food Guide awards, 85 Miskin St is known for providing not just a meal, but an experience of sophistication and excellence. The restaurant offers an eight course classic degustation, a popular four course breakfast degustation and a delicious à la carte menu.

And for the rest of the month of July, 85 Miskin st will also be offering a special 10th anniversary degustation that showcases the very best dishes from the last ten years.

The anniversary menu starts with a deliciously savoury wild mushroom cappuccino with a delicate foam, and a seafood bisque with a lick-your-plate rouille sauce. It then crescendos with a perfectly cooked confit duck and a braised beef cheek served with truffle oil potatoes.

The dish of the evening comes last with the  gorgeous black forest floor dessert. A perfectly deconstructed take on a classic black forest cake, a chocolate cannoli perched atop a forest floor of chocolate soil, pistachio moss, and cherry marshmallow mushrooms with mud cake stalks. It was almost too magical to eat.

And the best part is that this fine dining experience is only $60, or $95 with matched wines. With only seven days left of this special anniversary menu, be sure not to miss out.


Miss Bliss Wholefoods Kitchen, West End

posted by Teagan West June 30, 2015 1 Comment

It seems like every week in Brisbane a new cafe opens with swoon-worthy architecture and colourful, fresh bites to eat in a space that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy. It’s one of the (many) things we love about Brisbane, and it just keeps getting better and better.

The new kid on the block is Miss Bliss Whole Foods Kitchen, opening on Wednesday July 1 on Vulture Street, West End. Sound familiar? That’s because owner and qualified nutritionist Jacqui Toumbas has been building the Miss Bliss empire over the last two years on the Brisbane health food scene. What started as a blog with recipes on it evolved into a boutique wholesale brand and market stall and now, Miss Bliss has its very own space!

Within seconds of stepping foot onto the wooden floorboards you can tell it is not just any old space that has been repurposed, it’s an architecturally impressive structure with a sun drenched deck out the back and courtyard full of fresh herbs. What was once Andy’s Fruit Market is now a stunning cafe that you can see yourself returning to time and time again to sit in the sun with friends over breakfast, or on a solo mission with your favourite magazine.

The location is extra special to Jacqui, her family and the Greek community, as it is an ode to her Grandfather and the Greek gentlemen who gathered in the space for 45 years in its lifetime as Andy’s Fruit Market. While the space has been renovated, Jacqui was sure to include a special place for, and a beautiful mural in dedication of, the men who gather there.

So what can you expect from a visit to Miss Bliss Whole Foods Kitchen? Tasty food that makes your insides happy is the focus, with everything made with unprocessed ingredients, no refined sugar, no additives, no artificial substances and with local and organic produce as much as possible. It is healthy, wholesome and nutritionally balanced food done incredibly well, thanks to Jacqui and Head Chef George Diacos (from La Via South Bank). There’s acai bowls, a delicious house-made nut and seed loaf, fresh salads, sweet and savoury bliss balls, a number of eggs and vegetable combinations and a wellness board unlike one you have ever seen. And that’s just the breakfast menu!

So, next time you are looking for a new cafe to sink your teeth into, look no further than Miss Bliss Whole Foods Kitchen.

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Dining at Miss Bliss Whole Foods Kitchen will really warm your soul!

May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

May Instagram Diary

posted by Teagan West June 1, 2015 0 comments


I know we say this a lot, but how the heck is it the first day of June? And also – what is with this beautiful weather Brisbane!? We had a crazy busy month over here at Brisbane Threads HQ, with lots of events, fun collaborations and exciting things happening here on the blog. So here’s a recap if you missed anything.May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

A sneaky shot of me on set of a special fashion collaboration that is coming soon to the blog! May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

We were charmed and informed by interior guru Neal Whitaker at Coco RepublicMay Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

A night of creative talent at RAW Brisbane’s Sensory showcaseMay Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

Brisbane’s annual Paniyiri Greek Festival rolled around, and we rolled out of Musgrave Park full of haloumi, honey puffs and a serve of gyros.May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

Oh sweet honey puffs – don’t they look glorious? We can hardly wait for Paniyiri 2016!May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

Breakfast at one of our favourites – Deedot Coffee House in Holland ParkMay Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

Winter is here. I repeat winter is here (occasionally anyway).May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

We laughed our pants off at Judith Lucy’s ‘Ask No Questions Of The Moth’ show.May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

A seafood sensation at Gambaros for the launch of their Italian inspired winter seafood menuMay Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

We can’t resist a flatlay or two with some of our favourite thingsMay Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

Our leading lady Danielle spoke at Westfield Garden City’s Fashion Forum event alongside Kate Waterhouse & Alyce Cowell. This was the gorgeous setting!May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

Twinning with our doughnutsMay Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

Westfield Chermside hosted Crafternoon complete with all things craft beer and cider, burgers, wings, chips and of course, more doughnuts.May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

My monthly mantra – so many great things to come and I’m excited about the possibilities of every day.May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

We ate lots of breakfasts, including this colourful chia pudding from newbie on the block Little Loco. If you need some breakfast inspo and love a bit of Bircher with your morning coffee, head over here for our round up of Brisbane’s Best Bircher. May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

We were totally inspired and motivated more than normal this month, thanks to the 11 amazing guest speakers at The League Of Extraordinary Women’s Run The World event here in Brisbane. May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

Daily mantra – what are you waiting for!May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

We road-tested new dumplings from Happy Little DumplingMay Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

And then tried to escape at Brisbane’s new Escapism. Check out all of the details over here.May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

Getting giddy at Run The World May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

More eating, more breakfasts. This glorious egg and avo smash is from Picnic Cafe in Camp Hill. May Photo Diary | Brisbane Threads

H&M opened its second Brisbane store, this time on the south side at Westfield Garden City. We stocked up on winter knits and cute basics for the working week.

So there we have it, the month of May in 22 pics! What was your favourite blog post from May?

Thanks for joining us on this stylishly delicious ride! Join us on Instagram @brisbanethreads for all things Brisbane, and don’t forget to tag your pictures with #BTinsidertip so we can see what you’re up to, and regard our favourites every week.