Comfort Inn & Suites Robertson Gardens
281 Kessels Road
Brisbane, QL 4111
Phone: (61) 7 38751999
Fax: (61) 7 32741428
Located at the northern end of Brisbane's spectacular South Bank Parklands, the Plough Inn is one of the city's longest-standing taverns. The interior of the public bar is historically preserved, whilst the dance floor, exterior stage and beer garden have been designed to embrace the areas new and stylish trend. The Parklands currently has very few areas for drinking and reveling in live music and dancing, so this is the ideal spot for a night out, especially after enjoying South Bank's other attractions and the lively South Bank Markets located right outside.
Brisbane's original entertainment & pool hall hybrid is one of the city's best-known venues. This is the ideal way for a group of friends to have quiet drink and shoot a game of pool or two, all the while listening to the best music from the top 40 charts. There are also a number of small rooms for party groups, complete with big screen television, home cinema sound and karaoke. The bar at Fat Louie's is licensed, so unfortunately under 18s will have to find some tables elsewhere.
Just a hop, skip and jump away from the bustling Conrad Treasury Casino is Irish Murphy's, one of Brisbane's most popular nightspots. City workers flock here every lunchtime to enjoy a beer on the balcony. Whilst being quite large, Irish Murphy's manages to maintain a quaint Irish charm, through quality hardwoods, barrels, and cottage archways. Irish and cover bands provide excellent drinking entertainment. In the food department, it is hard to resist the juicy char grilled steak. Call for additional information.
With its four completely different bars, the “Stocky” is a prime central Brisbane venue for people in search of a lively night out in the heart of the city. The nightclub area relishes in playing the latest commercial dance music amongst two bars and plenty of seating. For those in search of some nostalgia, there is 80s music to be found, along with poker machines for the gambler and a public bar for those who desire nothing more than a quiet drink with friends. The drinks are all competitively priced and offer a reasonable selection for all tastes.
Margaux's caters to the more mature crowd, the best commercial dance music of the 1980s and 1990s, every weekend. This is a favorite with airline staff enjoying their stopover. There are also plenty of comfortable leather couches for relaxing your feet between dance sessions. The service from the bar staff is first class, both speedy and friendly and never without a big smile. Bar staff also provides table service when the opportunity presents itself.
There is plenty of room to sit down with your group and talk without having to yell, and plenty of space to relive your dancing days. A newly renovated marble interior greets you upon entry at The Embassy. For those who enjoy a casual gamble, take a peek downstairs at the gaming room, complete with an array of gaming machines and its own bar facilities. The bar is five-star, so even the most finicky of tastes are catered for, and nothing is too much to ask of the extremely friendly staff. Standard pub fare is available, with a few surprises like steaks and seafood platters.
With a bald eagle as their mascot, people flock to Alices for a bit of Americana Down Under. Located next to Criterion Tavern, the walls are lined with All-American trinkets, but if you want to see them, it is best to arrive before the stampede begins at 1am. If you want a live rock band, then turn right after going down the stairs. If you want a DJ mixing up techno and some R & B then go straight ahead. Alices Bar and Club is particularly loved by students, who gather there religiously every Thursday night for cheap drinks.
An entertainment venue for all those party lovers; Cesars Nightclub is the prime destination. With electrifying music and unlimited fun, the club holds an exciting atmosphere. Offering a wide array of music including hip-hop and rock, one can also find a number of international DJs giving their best at the turn table.
In the heart of Brisbane on Edward Street, the music from Rosie's Live echoes through all its pores. Week after week people continue to visit their favorite haunt. The place has night especially for students and features live bands and DJ's. Famous Australian band Deez Nuts and a few from around the world come to showcase their performance as well. Friday night is strictly reserved for metal heads and their headbanging. Hip Hop also finds its way here with names such as Butter Beats, All Star Tattoo playing here. There is something for everyone at Rosie's. The venue can also be booked for functions
The BJC enjoys a distinction of which few other jazz clubs can boast, a dedicated premises with a beautiful riverfront location. To this end, jazz aficionados would be doing themselves a grievous error in not patronizing this happening establishment. Whatever jazz-related event is taking place in Brisbane, you can be sure that the BJ committee is all over it. So check the website often to see what entertaining events are coming up.
Upmarket and ritzy, Someplace Else is a haven for the more mature party goer. Despite the often-confusing name (try telling someone to meet you "someplace else" and they will invariably say, "yes, but where?") this is a fun venue for dancing and meeting people, with the best new music always supplemented by your favorite tunes from the last couple of decades. There is a small eatery in the entrance for those who wish to have a quick meal before they shake their groove thing or move to the bar.
Euphoria invites you to a night of pulsating dance music, promising to leave your senses lifted and your legs weak. Designed primarily for dance, there are several subsections in the large room downstairs, allowing the DJs to display their own unique styles of music mixing. Towards the back are several pool tables for when those dance-weary feet want to take a rest. The bar facilities are efficient and ensure that you never have to stop grooving for too long.