From December 2019 to the end of February 2020, Tropical Days & Summer Nights at Eagle Street Pier will take over the riverside precinct to celebrate all things quintessentially summer. The pier will come alive with live music from City Sounds every Friday and Saturday from 4:00–7:00 pm bringing the festive vibes, set amongst lush greenery, resort-style seating and the idyllic backdrop of the Brisbane River and Story Bridge.
The festivities continue with Eagle Street Pier’s array of restaurants and bars, each offering drinking and dining specials throughout the summer period. You can sip classic, Tommy’s or mezcal margaritas by the river for $15 at Mr & Mrs G Riverbar and The Bavarian is plating up $10 lunches from Monday to Thursday for the schnitzel-loving folk, with five delicious options to choose from. Rico Bar & Dining will be turning up the heat every Friday to Sunday with Beats + Vibes, offering drink specials (hello, sangria) and music from 4:00–6:00 pm. Saké Restaurant & Bar is ready to cater to your needs all summer long too – with Miso Hungry, Miso Thirsty you can sip and snack on a mini cocktail and matched bite for $15 every Friday on the terrace from 4:00–6:00 pm, or say Yes Way Rosé to a long weekend lunch, with two-hours of rosé, specialty Japanese rosé cocktails, Aperol Spritz, and seasonal G&T bowls alongside a selection of Saké’s signature dishes for $99 per person. As if that wasn’t enough, there will be parties aplenty along the pier for both Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve, brimming with food, flowing champagne, fireworks and more.
You probably don’t need any extra motivation to eat and drink, but it should be known that during Tropicals Days & Summer Nights, patrons will have the opportunity to go into the draw to win a brand-new Audi Q2 SUV – every $10 spent at Eagle Street Pier equates to one entry. Plus, if you take a sneaky Insta snap while you’re there and tag #SummerAtThePier, you’ll to go in the draw to win Sunnylife Summer Prize Packs, valued at $300 each. For more information, head to the Eagle Street Pier website.