Lunch at Howard Smith Wharves and park for $10*
Is there anything better then a long lunch by the Brisbane River? Whether your idea of lunch consists of wood-fired pizzas and locally brewed beers or a Chefs set menu with a bottle of French bubbles, Howard Smith Wharves has something for everyone. Secure Parking is offering $10* parking deals for lunch visitors at Howard Smith Wharves from Monday to Thursday and on the weekend. Book online with Secure-a-Spot – the hardest part will be deciding where to dine for lunch!
Felons Brewing Co.
Felons Brewing Co. is a modern-day brewery nestled down under the Story Bridge. With spectacular views of the Brisbane River, it’s not hard to spend hours watching the City Cats go past with a beer in hand. The menu is brimming with delicious options including authentic wood-fired pizzas, burgers, steaks, gourmet salad ‘bowls’ and desserts. There are also options for the little ones!
Felon’s Fish n’ Chips
Located next to the Felons boatyard, you’ll find a fish n’ chip shop serving up traditional and modern seafood dishes. Sit on a park bench or hire one of Felon’s picnic rugs, collect some takeaway beer from the brewery, and kick back in the family-friendly yard. Our picks: Crispy fish tacos, hand cut chips and Mooloolaba prawns with cocktail sauce. Bring your friends, family and furry pals.
If you’re looking for somewhere to really enjoy our beautiful Brisbane weather – Mr Percival’s overwater bar is the place for you. The octagon-shaped venue set under the historic Story Bridge takes cues from Europe’s most iconic beach clubs. You’ll feel like it’s summer all year-long with a cocktail in hand on the deck. What’s on the menu you ask? Graze through lunch with small plates of Italian inspired dishes starting with crumbed olives, stuffed zucchini flowers and charcuterie followed by hand-made pasta and thin wood-fired pizzas.
ARC Dining & Wine Bar
Set on the edge of the Brisbane River with stunning views of Brisbane City, ARC’s glasshouse style dining room features a sophisticated, modern concept inspired by art and culture – a Brisbane experience not to be missed. ARC Dining serves an ever-changing menu curated by Head Chef Alanna Sapwell. Sapwell strives to create light and fresh food you feel good about, with a focus on sourcing from local farmers and seasonally available ingredients. We recommend the $68 lunch chef’s menu for so you can indulge in the best seasonal dishes without having to lift a finger (just a fork!). The most important choice of your day…which of the 400-plus wines will you choose?
One of Brisbane’s favourite Greek restaurants – Greca, a contemporary Greek taverna serving food just as it should taste, and generous Mediterranean hospitality, just as it should be…and the perfect spot for a long lunch. The menu is designed to share – don’t go past the saganaki cheese or the baked lamb shoulder. Feeling hungry? Opt for the ‘Full Greek’ experience and try all the favourites.
By now you would have heard that the much-loved Betty’s Burgers has a new home at Howard Smith Wharves. The classic Australian burger shack serves up mouth-watering burgers, thick shakes, fries and ‘concretes’ (rich & creamy custard ice cream with toppings). If you haven’t tried one before…forget that pre-prepared ham and cheese sandwich and get down to Betty’s.
Located in The Fantauzzo Hotel, Polpetta is a celebration of authentic Italian fare. With dishes inspired by the streets of Rome you can expect to leave feeling like you need to take a trip to Italy ASAP. The rustic menu has plenty to choose from with mushroom arancini, veal and pork meatballs and the risotto on the top of our list.
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*Secure Parking $10 lunch offer available Monday to Thursday and weekends.
Enter after 11:30am and exit before 2:30pm. Offer only available online via Secure-a-Spot. Subject to space availability and maximum daily booking quota. Offer subject to change and offer may be withdrawn without notice. Booking fee of $1 per transaction applies.