Brisbane Airport BNE Issue 3 - page 28

Wining & Dining
Coffee with a twist
End of the Road Coffee
New Farm Park is Brisbane’s most iconic park
and attracts 80 per cent of its visitors from
outside the area. Once there, you’ll want to
linger longer and if you arrive without a book
to while away the hours you can find one to
borrow from the shelf at End of the Road
Coffee and relax on the deck or sit under
the shade of the trees just steps from the
ferry terminal.
1231a Brunswick Street, New Farm 4005.
Open Monday to Sunday 6.30am-5.30pm.
Mr Rush
Named after Toowoomba-bred actor Geoffrey
Rush, espresso bar Mr Rush is an enterprising
extension of the Artslink Queensland office
now situated on riverside Macquarie Street.
The café will help raise funds for Artslink
Queensland’s regional programs and services
for artists, cultural organisations and schools
while artworks by upcoming and established
artists will decorate the space.
24 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe 4006. Open
Monday to Friday 7am-3pm and Saturday
Shutter and Brew
Photographer Campbell Ship and wife Laura
serve up locally-roasted coffee, melt-in-the-
mouth cakes and savoury tidbits in their new
venture, but Ship hasn’t left his old career
behind completely, offering tuition, mentoring
and networking for photographers of all
levels and camera accessories on the side. The
café is also a showcase for images by local
2/65 Newman Road, Wavell Heights 4012.
Open Tuesday to Saturday 6.30am-1.30pm.
Enquiries 3148 8217
More cafés are taking a creative approach to serving coffee
Merlo coffee may be served
at more than 1000 cafés
around the country but
Brisbane is where it all began.
Dean Merlo pioneered the
art of freshly roasting coffee
from small beginnings in a
city café, a welcome taste
now available from his latest
outlet at Brisbane Airport’s
Domestic Terminal on Level 1
Central Area.
Chocolate magic
A visit to the Campo dei Fiore in Rome was a defining moment for husband
and wife Deborah and Bien Peralta, who were so inspired by the magic of the
marketplace and the little pasticceria where they sat that they came back to
Brisbane to create Dello Mano. The literal translation of the name might mean
“the hand” but Dello Mano is much more – hand-crafted brownies, cakes, cookies
and chocolate treats that are melt-in-the-mouth magic.
Now their Brownies – made with the finest
dark Belgian chocolate, farm fresh free
range eggs and freshly churned butter
– are shipped across the country and
around the world. But Deb and Bien
are always cooking up something
new and their real chocolate and
caramel Hot Cross Buns are the
latest treat to come out of the oven.
Eat in or take away at Dello Mano,
corner of Doggett and
Chester Streets, Teneriffe.
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