A little piece of independence on the Cultural Forecourt just minutes from QPAC and the Convention Centre. There’s not much happening in our town that won’t place you within cooee of Champ – enjoying a day at the gallery, taking in the city sights, a trip to the theatre or graduation.
And to match the occasion, some of our favourite indulgences …
It starts with the coffee – Brisbane’s own merlo. At Champ, we to love the robust flavour and you just can’t miss the early morning kick of merlo.
Asahi Beverages is one of the leading beverage companies in Australia and New Zealand. With a rich and varied history. Great brews made with passion. The Cricketers arms Spearhead Pale ale on tap always gets the nod of approval. Mountain Goat Summer ale is this seasons special – Enjoy the fresh, dry aromatic ale brewed using a blend of new world Kiwi and Aussie hops to create this thirst quenching and flavoursome ale. Roll on summer!
To be classic, means to be timeless. The Espresso Martini is simple and elegant. It’s rich, indulgent and creamy, from the smoothness of the espresso, and silk subtle hints of Kettel one vodka. Perfect way to start your evening.
We are proud to represent outstanding family owned wineries from Australia and abroad. Wirra Wirra ‘Hiding Champions’ sauvignon blanc is the perfect wine for any occasion. this Sauvignon Blanc opens with aromas of lemon and light stonefruit with only faint notes of varietal gooseberry. The savoury palate is fresh and light with good balance and poise in a deliberately delicate style. With river views, and the Wheel of Brisbane only a stone’s throw away, come and enjoy a crisp glass of wine and early dinner as the sun sets over the water.
The design of the room was inspired by the transparent architecture of our ABC upstairs. Exposed ducting, polished concrete and a truly open plan kitchen and bar are softened by the embrace of a recycled West End Queenslander repurposed after the 2011 floods. Our ceiling installation was created from old fencing wire found on a property at the top of the Brisbane River and crafted by artist John Duncombe.
We hope you enjoy the visit.