Get ready to start scheduling in ample mid-week catch-ups because we are making it even easier to dine out on a school night!
Every Monday to Thursday after 5pm, you will be able to score yourself parking for $5 when dining with any of our participating restaurants (please refer to listed participating retailers below).* Yep, you read that correctly, just five bucks! Just ask for a parking voucher at the counter when paying for your meal.
So whether you are in the mood for a Mon-date night, all-you-can-eat tacos on a Tuesday, Wednesday wings or feel like some late-night treats on a Thursday, we suggest you start making some reservations because this offer is too good to miss…
*Offer subject to change. Not available online or on public holidays.
Ahmet’s Turkish Restaurant: Anyone who knows Turkish food knows Ahmet’s is your go-to source for authenticity and delicious dishes.
Aquitaine Brasserie: Inspired by L’Aquitaine and its reputation for artisanal produce, the restaurant carries on the traditions of romanticism and adventure that accompany a French culinary journey.
Baba Ganouj: The newly renovated space on Little Stanley Street provides the perfect setting to enjoy the restaurant’s authentic, homemade Lebanese food. We love their saj and dips.
Boost Juice: Parched? Quench that thirst with a wholesome smoothie from Boost. Their range of juices, crushes, and smoothies provide a delicious drink while tackling that niggling hunger, too.
Bourbon Street Louisiana Creole: Bourbon Street salutes Southern hospitality with its Louisiana creole-inspired menu, decadent drinks, and breezy homestead-style decor.
Brooklyn Depot: BrisVegas locals will no longer need to drive down the coast for their Cheat Day fix of handcrafted burgers and hot dogs, mac n cheese, BBQ pork ribs, chicken wings, skinny fries and top shelf cocktails.
Burger Urge: Burger Urge believe that good quality produce is the key to a good quality burger. They source fresh, premium produce, use healthy ingredients and support Australian farmers.
Cactus Republic: Cactus Republic are fighting the good fight with their authentic Cal-Mex style cuisine, meaning you reap the benefits of their preservative-free, locally sourced, and fresh ingredients prepared on site.
Chester Street: From the team that brought you Doughnut Time, Chester Street combines Brisbane’s most decadent cake creations with delicious milkshake concoctions.
Cosmos Café: Combining takeaway style with alfresco dining, Cosmos Cafe offers a diverse menu set in an idyllic location.
Cucina by Toscani’s: Who’s up for a spot of Italian? Toscani’s does Italian well, and Cucina is no exception. Situated on the corner of Little Stanley Street,Cucina is the ideal location for dinner with friends, a night out with the family, or a casual weekend breakfast.
Denim Co: Denim Co. is the answer to every coffee addict’s prayers. Tucked into Little Stanley Street, this fun and quirky café houses a selection of irresistible sweet treats alongside carefully crafted coffee and a smattering of casual gourmet dining options.
Doughnut Time: Doughnut Time specialise in hand-dipped doughnuts created in small batches for a big following.
East Xpress: East Xpress’ menu combines popular dishes from across Asia to bring you an array of options at great prices.
Fins & Feathers: This seafood café offers traditional crumbed fish with a side of crispy chips as well as other quick yummy dishes including calamari, hot dogs and much more.
Gandhi Curry House: Gandhi Indian Kitchen and Laneway Stall has been serving an exotic blend of Northern and Southern Indian dishes in South Bank for almost 10 years.
Great Aussie Sweet Co: Lined with walls full of sugary goodness, The Great Aussie Sweet Company revives your love of your favourite childhood sweets from all around the globe.
Greystone’s Bar and Cellar: A modern bar perfect for a casual get-together or a group function, Greystone is an excellent place to convene and enjoy the South Bank atmosphere.
Harajuku Gyoza: Harajuku Gyoza has put a modern spin on the Japanese classic and combined the popular dish with a fun and energetic atmosphere that is truly unique.
Hop & Pickle: Little Stanley Street’s resident gastronomy experience is Hop & Pickle, a relaxed, welcoming pub focused on good, fresh food and simple, classic drinks.
Junk: The popular Hawker-style eat house is serving up a menu of authentic Thai, Japanese, Cantonese and Korean influences with a playful modern-Australian twist in a relaxed setting that aims to capture the fun and casual culture of South-East Asian street food.
Malt Traders: Malt’s focus is on unique, sustainable and craft beverages (specifically craft beer, bio dynamic and organic wines and single malt whisky) where you can choose your tipple directly off the shelf and take a seat and enjoy it in the comfort of the store.
Max Brenner: Experience Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory in real life with Max Brenner’s decadent, moreish, intoxicating dishes.
Mister Fitz: From the team behind Doughnut Time, Mister Fitz’s Finest Ice cream is a new ice cream parlour specialising in creamy handmade ice cream.
Mister Paganini: This restaurant’s warm atmosphere boasts with comforting classic Italian touches.A less-is-more approach is taken, in keeping with traditional Italian values. Ingredients are locally grown and prepared simply.
Mucho Mexicano: Mucho Mexicano showcases the best and freshest Mexican eats in Brisbane.
Nando’s Australia Pty Ltd: Nando’s is all about chicken – flame-grilled chicken, peri-peri-coated chicken, chicken burgers, chicken wraps, chicken platters – it’s all chicken and it’s all mouth-watering.
New Zealand Natural: Grab your favourite flavours from New Zealand Natural’s distinctive ice-cream parlour in the South Bank Parklands.
Next Door Kitchen & Bar: Smart and sophisticated, Next Door invites you to join the gang and assert your right to dance, drink, date, and create some mischief against their vintage backdrop.
Nitrogenie: Nitrogenie’s weaves their magic, turning your ice cream into velvety smooth, super-fast creamy goodness right before your very eyes.
Ole Spanish Restaurant: Vibrant and inviting, Ole’s enthusiasm is as exciting as its Spanish fare.Ole imports staple ingredients to maintain dish integrity and history while using local farmers to ensure freshness and quality.
Popolo: Popolo creates an authentic Italian experience, drawing on the concept of sharing and spending meals together with family and friends.
Presto Pizza and Pasta: This fast-service little place brings you delicious pizza, pasta, and other Italian treats using seasonal produce at a great price.
Ramen: Bowls of warming chicken, pork or vegetable ramen are served at this Grey Street newcomer. Extra hungry? Order some sides!
River Quay Fish: River Quay Fish specializes in contemporary and creative seafood dishes, geared to adding a fresh, Australian twist.
Sangria Bar: The Sangria Bar inspires and delight with its seven sangria varieties and its bountiful food options, ranging from nibbles, small dishes to share, or substantial plates for those who want to stay and play a while.
South Bank Beer Garden: The Beer Garden is a celebration of all things carnivorous with its tender, flavourful meats and alfresco experience overlooking Streets Beach.
South Bank Kebabs: Serving up tasty, gourmet kebabs in ridiculously ample servings, South Bank Kebabs has every imaginable topping and kebab combination you could ever want.
South Bank Surf Club: Relaxed, welcoming, and casual, South Bank Surf Club knows that waterfront dining should be accompanied by friendly service and a traditional beach vibe.
Steam Café: Reasonably priced and offering modern Australian cuisine in a delightful, sun-drenched location, Steam Cafe is a highlight in the South Bank Parklands.
Stokehouse Q: The epitome of riverfront dining, Stokehouse Q promises unparalleled river views and an elegant fine dining experience from a multitude of locations.
Suki: The poke bowl has travelled all the way from Hawaii and has finally landed in South Bank! Expect fresh, nourishing and scrumptious poke bowls and sushi burrito.
The Charming Squire: Get to know the brewing process and appreciate the style and robust flavours of James Squire beer, while enjoying delicious meals.
The Jetty: Perfectly bathed in sunlight, The Jetty is the ideal place to while away an afternoon or enjoy a lavish yet casual Queensland-inspired dinner by the river.
The Manhattan Line: Inspired by the street food of New York, The Manhattan Line has some solidly delicious hot dogs for $10 or less and a spread of sides that will make you feel like you’re strolling the streets of Manhattan itself.
Tippler’s Tap: Rotating brews of ales, lagers, and ciders on their appealing unmarked taps, Tippler’s Tap specialises in showcasing local and renowned brews. You’ll also find a tasty menu inspired by the Chicago street food scene including hotdogs, sliders and Tippler’s famous wings.
Viet de Lites: Viet de Lites pairs Vietnamese cooking styles such as grilling, pan-frying, and stir-frying to bring you specially chosen dishes for a unique and mouth-watering menu of gourmet, healthy eats.
Zeus: Zeus Street Greek celebrates the very best of Australian-Hellenic flavours with modern flavour combinations that still pay homage to its traditional Greek roots.