We all love long summer days and what better way to do that than over a drink with family and friends. Options are limitless in Moreton Bay Region, whether it’s looking out over Pumicestone Passage, sitting in the southern hemisphere’s biggest bar or having a tipple at a top microbrewery.
Sunny’s café, restaurant and rooftop bar are the perfect place to quench your thirst with great beers and wines, indoor and outdoor dining and stunning bay views.
Early risers will love relaxing as they sip a café latte looking out over Moreton Bay from Sunny’s café patio.
For great menus, head to at Sunny’s Restaurant. Open seven days-a-week, check out the Moreton Bay Bug signature bun, fried chicken wings, beer battered fish and chips, grilled pork belly or smoked meats. Gluten free, vegetarian, dairy free and vegan options.
If you’re looking for a Friday or Sunday chill out, head upstairs to the Sunny’s rooftop with a comprehensive cocktail menu and variety of Queensland beers and wines.
For more visit Sunny’s Facebook page.
Variety is the spice of life and few venues can top the Eatons Hill Hotel, on South Pine Rd, Brendale, when it comes to choice.
With nine bars on four levels, all under the one roof, it has become known as the biggest pub in the southern hemisphere.
Options vary from the Main Bar - which has live music, local, premium and imported beers, wines and great cocktails - to an adjoining lounge beside the famous fig tree, the beer garden and rooftop bar.
The Eatons Hill Hotel also has a wide range of restaurants, with modern menus and options as well as a new airconditioned children’s playground.
Check out it out at eatonshillhotel.com.au
There are few more picturesque settings to unwind and relax with family and friends than the Sandstone Point Hotel.
With 200-degree views across Pumicestone Passage, the hotel offers dining, caters for functions, hosts major national and international artists, has gaming bars and much more.
Sandstone Point Hotel has dine-in and walk-in restaurant options where fresh produce is a feature of the menus.
Family and friends will also love checking out the Waterfront Fish and Chippery as well as the famous Oyster Shed.
Full details are available sandstonepointhotel.com.au
For almost 120 years people have been gathering at The Belvedere Hotel, Woody Point, to relax by the water. And you can do the same.
The Belvedere is known for its modern Australian food, great range of drinks and of course the stunning sunsets cross Bramble Bay.
From a three-course meal to a few plates to share, the Belvedere’s lunch and dinner menu has been carefully constructed by the talented team of chefs to tempt every palate.
It caters for major events such as weddings to annual extravaganzas like Melbourne Cup Day and gatherings of family and friends.
For full details visit belvederehotel.com.au
Brendale Brewing Co has been making waves in the Moreton Bay Region for five years as the place catch up with family or mates to down a few cold beers.
With a pool table, foosball, Super Nintendo, board games, snacks and non-alcoholic drinks available, your little ones won’t get bored at the brewery in 2/62 Kremzow Rd.
There’s even a baby changing table in the bathroom and only one television, so socialising is must. Dogs are also welcome.
Suppling local, craft beer, you can select from a huge range of beers. They include South Pine Ale and Linkfield Ale to The Dark Descent Imperial Stout or Heavy Industry 2IPA.
Brendale Brewing is open every day except December 25-29 and January 1. For opening times visit the company’s Facebook page.
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