Romance is on the menu at the riverfront shopping and dining precinct of Portside Wharf with fine-dining restaurants and boutique retailers pulling out all stops to melt hearts this Valentine’s Day.
For the ladies looking to spoil their man, Bou’s for Men barber has plenty of hard-to-find men’s hair and skin care products, while Urbbana has everything from suave suits to unique pocket squares, handcrafted shoes and leather accessories.
Ella Bache has a range of indulgent Valentine’s Day packages, Max Brenner has plenty of chocolate gift boxes that are sure to go down a treat, and Co Design has a range of beautifully crafted diamond rings, earrings and a special collection of jewellery made from ancient coins.
If you’re planning on heading out for dinner at one of Brisbane’s best waterfront restaurants, there are special menus around the precinct that are sure to impress.
Win your lover over at Byblos with a romantic three-course dinner designed to share including a signature cocktail on arrival.
Treat your loved one to a romantic night at Cruisers Cafe Bar & Grill and enjoy a three course menu with choices like barbequed Moreton Bay bugs with lemon and garlic butter, and decadent chocolate mud cake with ice-cream.
With stunning river views and dining options of a la carte or teppanyaki, Sono is sure to impress your loved one. Choose from a six-course a la carte degustation with optional matching wines, or be entertained by the teppan tricksters as they cook a banquet in front of your eyes.
Kick start your night of romance with a champagne cocktail and fresh oysters at Belvedere Bar & Grill as you indulge in a three-course dinner complete with artisan breads and house-made petit fours.
Share in a romantic Italian dinner at Gusto da Gianni and be spoilt for choice with six entrees, seven mains and four desserts to choose from, many of which are vegetarian, gluten free or dairy free.
Restaurant Manx is serving up a side of romance with its three-course set menu that includes delicacies like scallops, pork belly, Tasmanian salmon and grass-fed beef, finished-off with a decadent dessert and accompanied by a glass of Sunnycliff Brut Victorian sparkling.
For a Valentine’s Day dinner that won’t blow the budget, Aamaya Indian Restaurant is offering a three-course dinner with two glasses of wine that will leave plenty of change to spend on a special gift.
Whatever way you choose to celebrate, Portside Wharf is the perfect place to take your loved one this February 14.
Valentine’s Day Menus:
Aamaya Indian Restaurant: three courses including a glass of wine each – $89 per couple
Byblos Bar – three courses including cocktail on arrival – $85 per person
Belvedere Bar & Grill – three courses including breads and petit fors – $180 per couple
Cruisers Cafe – three courses – $55 per person
Gusto da Gianni – three courses – $99 per person
Restaurant Manx – three courses with glass of sparkling – $75 per person
Sono Japanese Restaurant – six-course a la carte – $135 per person; $180 per person including matching wines; or teppanyaki banquet – $115 per person