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Eagle Street Pier – Foodie haven in Brisbane.

Brisbane, beloved capital of the state of Queensland and its most populous city, sits on the scenic Brisbane River. Discover a timeless city abuzz with a lively art scene, vibrant nightlife and a wide array of restaurants and cafes that are full of originality and character. There is also plenty in the way of Brisbane accommodation: apartments are a popular choice, ideal for families or long stay visitors. If you happen to be a nature enthusiast who enjoys scenery, while also searching for easy access, accommodations such as the Oaks Aurora will suit perfectly with stunning aerial views of the Brisbane River and ideal placement at the heart of the city.

Brisbane has several iconic hangout spots. Among them is Eagle Street Pier. The waterfront precinct boasts a number of world class restaurants. As you stroll along the pier, look out for: authentic Japanese cuisine at Pony and Sake, Italian at Il Centro, Cha Cha Char Wine Bar and Grill the signature steakhouse in Brisbane or George’s Paragon Seafood Restaurant for a feast of everything the ocean has to offer. Step into ARIA run by famous chef, Matt Moran and peruse their award winning wine list. You get the added bonus of looking out over the Brisbane River as you dine, with stunning views of Story Bridge. More casual dining choices are also available for those on a tighter budget. There are plenty of coffee houses and espresso bars like Stellarossa and The Coffee Club or the gourmet burger eatery, Grill’d. Stop in at one of the bars: Bavarian Bier Café or Jade Buddha, for a drink and some entertainment.

A few of the restaurants also have venues that can be rented out for parties and groups. You can also take a cruise with Kookaburra Showboat Cruises for high tea on the water; a romantic Valentine’s or even book with them to host a floating private function.

Pushpitha Wijesinghe is an experienced independent freelance writer. He specializes in providing a wide variety of content and articles related to the travel hospitality industry.Google+

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