Bars in Brisbane
Spending the night with yourself or friends at any of
Brisbane's bars is a splendid experience. Brisbane's strip
of bars projects diversity that will send bar-hoppers enjoy
to the fullest what Brisbane has to offer.
Here are some of
the most recommended bars to visit in tee city.
Do you want to spend the night away gulping draft and eating
favorite pizza without the usual fine dining setup?
Then Calypso Bar is
the perfect place to savor yourself. It
stands proudly in Petrie Terrace
and was once a coffee shop
when it first opened in 1996.
The place expanded its size
over the years, making the small place three times larger
now, retaining the coffee but shifted their main product
into gourmet pizzas. Calypso perfectly matches its specialty
pizzas to their beers, wines, desserts and cruise music and
live music. The place is perfect for those who just want for
a chill night out for a gimmick and for those who want to
listen to new homegrown musicians.
|Our mood shifts
from the chill resto-bar spot to the more in depth and
devoted to the live music scene that The Zoo offers.
Standing in the business at Fortitude Valley since 1992,
The Zoo has been supporting the independent music scene and
has been offering its
visitors a diverse array of music: rock, reggae, pop,
acoustic, folk, beats, hip hop, jazz and dub. Aside from the
usual gigs, The Zoo has also took an initiative to help
raise awareness in the issue of homelessness in the area,
thus the annual "Give Some Back" event wherein they collect
and put them into auction to raise funds. They don't
implement any dress codes but smoking, recording and
photographing of performances aren't
Another bar in the Foritude Valley is the American style
sports bar, Mustang Bar. Catering sports enthusiasts at its
best, the bar is serving lunch and dinner, alongside a big
choice of beers, bourbons, wines and cigars with live
entertainment projected in big screens. What are these forms
of entertainment, you ask? If the channel is directed at Fox
Sports, ESPN, and Star Sports, then you need not ask
further. However, although their definition of fun may
gravely connected to testosterone-filled soccer and
basketball, theu also have a weekly band line-up and Friday
Night Dirty Dance Off.
They also feature their own Beer of
Tasty treat waits visitors of the Spanish Tapas Bar in
Fortitude Valley. Apart from its famous Sangria (red wine
cocktail) and list of Spanish wines
(includes Jerez, Cava,
Rioja, Reserva, Cosecha and more), its also famous for its
delectable specialty: tapas and paella, a mixture of
saffron-flavored rice and various meat and seafood, a
colorful treat. To savor the real Spanish experience, the
bar also offers its authentic Spanish entertainment: the