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brisbane grapevine

TS location, perched over a wide reach of the snaky Brisbane River, overlooking the City and the Kangaroo Point cliffs became as Queensland quintessential as its striking open-plan architecture. , sister venue to the famed St Kilda haunt was embraced by Brisbanites who flocked to the bar and the busy restaurant and event spaces in droves. But that was pre covid-19. Recently Owner, announced that the Queensland outpost had been sold (after being shuttered since March

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