Tiger Tales story: ‘Weekend Warriors — Brisbane’, July 2014

A feature story for the July issue of Tiger Tales Australia investigating Brisbane’s indie music and arts scene. Click the image to read a PDF of the story or check out a brief excerpt underneath.

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We asked two very different travellers, Matt and Kate, to visit Brisbane for two very different weekends. They chose what to do, they took the pictures and they reported back to us.

We shake off the travel cobwebs and head to Bean (Laneway 181, George St) for a coffee hit. One of Brisbane CBD’s best cafés, Bean sources its coffee through Bellissimo (who, more than one friend tells us, are the best roasters in Brisbane). We grab some takeaway, staying for a minute to check out the art.

Ben and Nick Chiu have a reputation that these days extends to the southern capitals. And it’s all because of Apartment (aptmnt.com), the brothers’ Albert Street boutique that has been decking out Brisbane menfolk for eight years. We chat to the bros, before picking up some new Chup socks. Thanks Nick. Thanks Ben.

The Barracks (61 Petrie Tce, city) has become Brisbane’s hottest new precinct. We head up the hill west of the city and settle in at Italian eatery Cabiria (6 The Barracks, 61 Petrie Tce; cabiria.com.au).

Long before hip bars became a thing in Brisbane there was The Bowery (676 Ann St, Fortitude Valley, thebowery. com.au), which retains its reputation as one of the city’s best joints for an aperitif or cheeky cocktail.

For the full story, visit Tiger Tales Australia.

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