Wandoo Street micro-winery and restaurant City Winery caused quite a stir when it opened in 2019, since becoming a fixture of Fortitude Valley’s food and drink trail. Inner-city sippers were treated to a sample of the winery’s style of hospitality when it launched a pop-up cellar door on Edward Street back in July 2020, but now have another location to frequent with City Winery’s Eagle Street wine bar and bistro. The team has taken over the former Nagomi tenancy for the concept, which brings a tasteful cellar-door experience to the thriving riverside strip. Designed as a satellite venue of City Winery’s original space, the venue is imbued with materials and design cues from rural winery cellar doors, eclipsing the manic bustle of The City in favour of a warm and inviting atmosphere. The layout includes a cosy interior portion that flows out onto the sidewalk, perfect for people watching with a glass of vino in hand. City Winery’s chefs are crafting an ever-evolving menu of delights, with a seafood-based offering curated to suit the proximity to Brisbane River.
Stay in the city and play at Eagle Street Pier
Experience the best Brisbane has to offer with Hyatt Regency Brisbane and Eagle Street Pier. Stay in the heart of The City from $249 per night, with daily breakfast at Lennons Restaurant and Bar and a $50 food and beverage credit to enjoy at the hotel. For a limited time only, you’ll also receive a bonus $25 gift card to redeem at Eagle Street Pier. Cocktails by the riverside? Yes, please! To book or for further information, please call 07 5647 1234 or visit the Hyatt Regency website.