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Happiness in a glass. Happiness in a glass.

Dodge the hot weather down on Bourbon Street

Posted by on Sep 25, 2015 in Bars

If the sudden arrival of spring has left you hot and bothered, you might want a drink to cool off. New Orleans-themed Bourbon Street can certainly help you there. It’s always surprised me that so many of our new American-inspired venues focus on Southern food but not on Southern drinks (although Papa Jack’s is a …

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Smooth Jazz, Great Food. Smooth Jazz, Great Food.

The Ultimate Date Night (Feat. NOLA Restaurant, Eat Street Markets, and Dendy)

Posted by on Jul 14, 2015 in Activities, Bars, Events, Restaurants

The Preamble: I’m an Uber driver. That’s right, when I’m not writing articles for HITW I’m a dangerous, uninsured, threat to society who will stop at nothing to offer you mints and water and charge you less than regular cabs. Horrible. Just horrible. One of the perks of being an Uber driver (and there are many) …

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Underground Jazz with the UQ Big Band

Posted by on Nov 4, 2014 in Events, Music

The Valley isn’t where you’d usually go to hear a 22-piece big band, but the G20 Cultural Celebration and the New Globe Theatre changed that on Sunday night. The UQ Big Band’s stellar three-set performance made the hassle of hosting the G20 seem worthwhile. If you’re surprised to hear that, you obviously don’t know the …

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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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