Frozen Beer is Harajuku Gyoza's specialty! (Image sourced via Harajuku Gyoza) Frozen Beer is Harajuku Gyoza's specialty! (Image sourced via Harajuku Gyoza)

Sake, Frozen Beers, and free trips to Japan! – Harajuku Gyoza launches in Brisbane CBD.

Posted by on Jul 7, 2015 in Activities, Bars, Restaurants

Need to know: What: Harajuku Gyoza Opening + Chance to win a trip to Japan! When: Friday 10th of July 2015 from 11am. Where: 141 Queen Street (Albert Lane) Brisbane. How: Tag your photos of the Harajuku Gyoza interior with the hashtag #HGCBD Harajuku Gyoza, AKA “that quirky Japanese restaurant in the valley where everyone …

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Get Shucked.

Posted by on Oct 20, 2013 in Bars, Cafes, Events

If you haven’t heard of Shucked Coffee House yet, listen up. This place has been rated one of the best places for breakfast in Brisbane by The Courier Mail, Sydney Morning Herald and the New York Times. That’s a lot of attention for a tiny little café holed up in the in the industrial area …

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Say Aloha to Jungle Bar

Posted by on Oct 6, 2013 in Bars

Oh Jungle, I love you. Jungle is that friend you have that can rock a Hawaiian shirt and thongs to any event and manage to pull it off through sheer charisma and commitment. And that’s the key to likable nonconformity I think – commitment. Wearing a tie to a low-key social gathering? The height of …

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Room 60. #eroticreadings

Posted by on Sep 19, 2013 in Bars, Events

Room 60 is a small bar located on Carraway Street in the artsy QUT campus of Kelvin Grove. Room 60 offers everything that you would expect from a socially aware bar in a precinct of drama and theatre students. If you’re after a drink Room 60 has plenty to offer, from their own house-brewed beer …

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Junk Bar. You probably haven’t heard of it.

Posted by on Sep 1, 2013 in Bars

Junk Bar is the epitome of ‘hole in the wall’ style venues. It’s stylish, understated, cosy, and hospitable. And hipster. Oh lordy is it hipster. Junk Bar’s decor, music, entrance (more on this later), and menu all conform to the relentlessly nonconformity that is representative of the paradoxical nature of hipster culture. The thing is, …

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