Adina Hotel, 171 George Street, Brisbane
Donna Chang located in a 1920s-era bank is part of Ghanem Group’s diverse portfolio of restaurants and bars, which includes Blackbird Bar & Grill, Byblos and Lord of the Wings. The former bank features high ceilings with intricate carvings, light and spacious fit-out, with hanging chandeliers, pastel colours and greenery. Enjoy a menu of starters that include stir-fried egg noodles with lobster and XO sauce. Dim sum includes chicken and caviar siu mai. For something larger, roasted half duck with Davidson’s plum and five spice, or whole giant grouper roasted in paperbark.
Upstairs the private dining rooms boast their own wine cellars. Downstairs is a separate bar, also owned by the Ghanem Group, called Boom Boom Room. Mezzanine One seats 20 guests, Mezzanine Two seats 18 guests, Mezzanine Three accommodates 29 guests or take the mezzanine exclusively for 58 guests seated.
3/5 Boundary Street, Howard Smith Wharves Precinct
A longstanding contemporary Greek riverside taverna. A great spot for a quick bite with friends, or sit down for a long lunch, and enjoy the delicious Mediterranean menu designed to be shared.
Head up to the light and airy private balcony-style Mezzanine overlooking the buzz of the contemporary Green taverna below. A great place to enjoy with friends or colleagues with seating for up to 30 guests or 40 cocktail.
22 Agnes Street, Fortitude Valley
Recently awarded the Gourmet Traveller’s 2023 Restaurant of the Year, Agnes continues to be a highlight of the Brisbane dining scene. A must visit dining experience known for it’s celebration of wood-fired cooking.
Dine in the restaurant or gather with a group of friends, family or colleagues in the private dining room, wine bar or on the terrace. A wonderful choice of three different private spaces for your entertainment needs anytime of the year.
Private dining room – seated – 24 guests
Wine bar – reception – 45 guests
Terrace – reception – 30 guests
Entire restaurant – seated – 70 guests
Shop AM5 Ada Lane, 46 James Street, Fortitude Valley
Simple, classic Italian with a nod to Australian climate and produce, Biànca has something for everyone. Embrace the pink hues throughout whilst contemplating which Italian wine or cocktail to enjoy.
Head upstairs to this light and airy private dining room for your next Italian soiree for up to 36 guests.
10/959 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley
Located on the Ground Floor of Alex Perry Hotel & Apartment, guests are invited on a culinary journey of Australian flavours and techniques, respecting the traditions Dan learnt while perfecting his craft in France. Dan grew up in Brisbane and after 7 years working in France is now fulfilling the dream of his own restaurant, serve modern Australian cooking, that is thoughtful, elegant food in a relaxed and informal setting.
Shop AM3 Ada Lane, 46 James St, Fortitude Valley
Bustling with energy sAme sAme is a modern and fun SouthEast Asian dining experience. Embrace the fresh Asian flavours and on-theme cocktails.
Your next spring or summer soiree will be a hit on their beautiful private balcony overlooking Ada Lane for up to 30 guests.
SK Steak & Oyster
The Calile Hotel, 48 James Street, Fortitude Valley
Founded by Simon Gloftis and Theo Kampolis of Hellenika, and Head Chef Kelvin Andrews, diners can expect something truly special at SK Steak & Oyster; from the service, cuisine and drinks, to space on the ground level of The Calile. It’s not a steak restaurant, it’s a classic grill. SK Steak and Oyster takes the best of every era in fine dining and brings it together in the one thoroughly modern yet classic space.
Hellenika at The Calile
Level 1, 48 James Street, Fortitude Valley
Hellenika is widely regarded as one of Australia’s best Greek restaurants, with a Mediterranean menu that perfectly compliments the resorts setting. Hellenika Head Chef Brian Kelly has a menu of authentic Greek fare with a modern twist.
6 McLachlan Street, Fortitude Valley
Rosmarino is an experience dining venue in a 120 year old heritage listed building in The Valley’s McLachlan Street, with a sophisticated interior with high ceilings, tall and heavily framed windows, and concrete floors. Serving creative and rich Italian inspired food and international wine cellar.
The private dining room has an in-room bluetooth speaker for personal playlists, screen and projector for presentations and seats up to 14 guests.
The courtyard, positioned in the middle of Rosmarino and Etna with a covered retractable roof seats up to 18 guests or 30 guests for a reception.
The main restaurant is divided by a floor to ceiling wine cellar, with over 400 labels and seats up to 50 guests.
5 Boundary Street, Brisbane
Brisbane’s own elegant Cantonese & Chinese riverside restaurant delivers Cantonese cuisine with a twist. Take in the view from the deck or opt for the heritage listed dining space inside. Treat yourself to a special yum cha menu on Sunday or enjoy a la carte and banquet options during the rest of the week.
Hidden upstairs with exclusive lift access you’ll find a small and intimate private dining space for up to 10 guests. Great for guests who are looking for added privacy for those special celebrations or business lunch.
Sidon Street, South Bank
OTTO Brisbane has opened the doors in a new riverfront location. Taking inspiration from the regions of Italy and incredible Australian ingredients, OTTO will continue to bring authenticity and vibrancy to the Queensland dining scene – modern Italian celebrating regional produce and an award-winning wine list.
Riverfront Private dining at OTTO with Piazza semi-private space on the ground level seating up to 60 guests, Centrale positioned between OTTO’s main dinng room and OTTO Osteria seating up to 12 guests; Sopra, positioned above the main dining room seating up to 48 guests.
Maeve Wine Bar
Upstairs, Level 1/39 Melbourne Street, South Brisbane
Just like the heritage space it occupies, Maeve radiates elegance with its continental inspired menu offering snacks, shared plates and substantial mains and classic European and Australian wine list. Maeve is the passion project of Eleanor Cappa, Maris Cook and Jesse Stevens who have created a cosy, light-filled space with dark wooden table settings and large windows overlooking the city.
The dining room can be booked exclusively for up to 38 guests for seated events or 60 guests and a canape reception.
Ippin Japanese Dining
Tenancy 2, South Pavilion, West Village, 97 Boundary Street, West End
A trip to Japan without leaving the city, in the West End’s thriving dining and lifestyle precinct. Opening in 2023 by Kenny Lee, the renowned operator from Sydney, the 120 seat Japanese restaurant specialising in high-end Japanese cuisine. Enjoy a dining experience that will take you on an immersive journey into the soul of Japanese gastronomy in elegant surrounds, where every dish tells a story of tradition, innovation and culinary excellence.