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Eat Street Northshore

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There is nothing like Eat Street anywhere in the world. Priceless city & river views saturate & surround the 180 dining and entertainment shipping containers that add a blazing coloured landmark to the Brisbane dining and entertainment scene.
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Regi & Simo
Regi & Simo
December 09, 2019
Visiting Brisbane during the weekend? Indulge yourself in the best food venue of our city, with dozens of food stalls from various countries.
October 10, 2019
Food stalls from all around the world with lots of avenues of live music. Large car park.
September 05, 2019
Lively venue at a former container wharf featuring stalls with international street eats & beer.
August 25, 2019
Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday with a $3 entry fee, it's great for foodies and a place to spend a few hours by the river. Head directly down Nudgee road to Hamilton and along the river to the left.
July 13, 2019
There is something almost magical about the newest market to find its footing on the streets of Brisbane. Magical and deliciously intoxicating in fact what with its fairy lit eateries, strong mixture of aromas and overall alluring atmosphere. In fact, it’s very easy to see why Hamilton’s Eat…

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221D MacArthur Ave
Hamilton, QLD 4007
Téléphone+61 1300 328 787
Heures d'ouvertureOpen · Closes 10:00 PM
Cartes de crédit
Yes (incl. Visa & MasterCard)
Live Music
Dîner, Dessert
Beer, Wine, Cocktails
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