Ultimate guide to Fortitude Valley pubs
Fortitude Valley is Australia’s first designated and, arguably, most vibrant entertainment precinct. As the sun begins to set, Fortitude Valley’s streets become alive and pumping with the sound of music, laughter and the mesmeric clitter-clatter of schooners tinkering together.
Here is our ultimate guide to Fortitude Valley pubs.
Bloodhound Corner Bar & Kitchen
454 Brunswick Street
Bloodhound Corner Bar & Kitchen serve up an ever-changing selection of local, national and international craft beers across ten taps. The pub also stocks an extensive selection of bottles and tinnies of your favourite beers and ciders. Coupled with a menu centered on burgers and authentic Mexican soft-corn tortilla tacos.
Suzie Wong’s Good Time Bar
678 Ann Street
A newcomer to the extensive list of Fortitude Valley pubs, Suzie Wong’s Good Time Bar is a Hawaiian-themed dive bar with a focus on live music. The walls are covered with vintage paraphernalia – surfboards, old-school American adverts, and neon booze signs. The bar itself is stocked with beers from the States and Australia, a curated selection of wines and a range of signature cocktails.
186 Brunswick Street
Netherworld is certainly one of the most vibrant Fortitude Valley pubs; it is a drinking hole, diner and arcade all in one. Wielding 24 taps of local beer, cider and mixed elixirs and a diner that serves a diverse selection of bites, buns and bowls. As well as an intense selection of gaming relics from decades past – 15 pinball machines, 25 arcade machines, classic consoles and countless board games.
At Sixes & Sevens
67 James Street
At Sixes & Sevens is home to food and beverages that are decidedly simple, clever and affordable. Ciders, beers on tap, wine served from the barrel in carafes and fresh cocktails served in pitchers to share. Housed in a transformed 1878 cottage, the venue features a variety of intimate lounge spaces and long tables of reclaimed timber designed to create a welcoming haunt for solo nomads, cosy couples and celebratory groups.
256 Brunswick Street – under The Prince Consort Hotel
At home in the original underground cellars of The Prince Consort Hotel, Greaser is adorned with a bluesy rock ‘n’ roll vibe, local and American craft beers and burgers that rival California’s greatest. Greaser is all about the music and the drinks, and ink is the preferred dress code.
Corner of Ann Street & Commercial Road
Undoubtedly the quintessential Brisbane landmark of Fortitude Valley pubs, Waterloo Hotel is constructed with spectacular Art Deco architecture and a fine selection of wine, premium beer and fresh food. The Waterloo Hotel caters for intimate dining in their Vintage or Heritage rooms, a relaxed atmosphere of the Terrace Bar and a casual setting in their Public Bar.
If you are planning a trip to Fortitude Valley be sure to book a room at the Miro Apartments. Situated along Robertson Street – just off Brunswick Street – the location is the ultimate place to access the extensive list of Fortitude Valley pubs we have just named and beyond. Book online now or contact our staff on (07) 3634 6900.