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The Hidden Bars in Brisbane You Have To Explore

Think that you’ve experienced all that Brisbane’s nightlife has to offer? Think again. Explore Brisbane's hidden bars dotted around the city.

Saville Row
Saville Row

Whether you’re looking to switch up the usual watering hole, or you just want to impress the group chat, a hidden bar makes for the perfect adventure out on the town. We’ve explored the nooks and crannies of Brisbane’s nightlife and have listed our favourite secret spots in the city for you to enjoy.

Next Episode
Next Episode
Next Episode

An unassuming barbershop fronts onto Fish Lane, you may be inclined to walk past it. But if you pick up the red phone on the wall, and enter a secret code, the mirrored wall unlocks and opens up into a speakeasy serving up incredible cocktails, great beats and good times. Often hosting a local DJ to ensure the vibes are top-notch, this is the perfect spot to hit for a cocktail after work or before enjoying dinner at one of the many incredible venues on Fish Lane. 

Head to Next Episode’s Instagram account for clues. 

27 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane

Beatrix
Beatrix
Beatrix 

Secreted away somewhere in Fortitude Valley lies Beatrix, a Kill Bill themed bar specialising in next-level cocktails, American-Japanese fusion food and great tunes. Once you’re inside, take a seat at the bar and drink in your surroundings; from moody lighting to artwork covering the walls, to little clues for secret menu items. Find clues on their Instagram page and follow the trail until you discover the red door.

356 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley

Brew
Brew
Brew

If you’re in the CBD and scouting for a quiet hideaway, head down Lower Burnett Lane. Tucked at the end is Brew Cafe & Wine Bar. You can enjoy Brew’s delicious eats, coffee and drinks at any time of day, but if you’re stopping by in the evening you can enjoy tapas and share boards that go down a treat with their range of wine, beer and cocktails.

Lower Burnett Lane, Brisbane City

Greaser
Greaser
Greaser

If you’re looking for a secret bar with a gritty edge, Greaser is your best bet. Tucked down an unassuming lane in Fortitude Valley just off Brunswick Street, this grungy bar offers American eats, local as well as American craft beer, live music and a relaxed ambience. If you’re feeling competitive, grab a cue and sink a game of pool while you’re here.

259 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley

Savile Row
Savile Row
Savile Row 

This glamorous speakeasy has been a Brisbane favourite for many years. With a stunning chandelier, top-tier service and a gorgeous ambience, you’ll soon understand why. Hidden in plain sight on Ann Street, you only have to push open the orange door to find the secrets within. The cocktail menu boasts 20 different clever creations, but with around 900 spirits on offer, 20 rotating wines and more, the bar staff are more than happy to whip up something special just for you.

667 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley

Suzie Wong's Good Time Bar
Suzie Wong's Good Time Bar
Suzie Wong’s Good Time Bar

Step through an unassuming refrigerator door into the Hawaiian themed live music oasis that is Suzie Wong’s Good Time Bar. Increasing in popularity around the fringe element of Brisbane’s scene, Suzie’s hosts a variety of bands, from grunge rock to funk. They also offer jam nights, so if you’re inclined to hop up on stage - this is your time to shine! 

678 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley

Can You Keep a Secret
Can You Keep a Secret
Can You Keep A Secret

Clearly, we can’t. But this secret is too good to keep! Can You Keep A Secret is not only a sneaky lounge bar, but also a vintage store, function space and live music venue. Wall to wall in understated retro elegance, this bar offers a curated list of considered cocktails designed to be savoured. You can also order bar snacks or pizza from the nearby Stone & Brew.

619-621 Stanley Street, Woolloongabba

Mrs J's Rabbits Speakeasy
Mrs J's Rabbits Speakeasy
Mrs J’s Rabbits Speakeasy 

You’ll need a secret password to enter Mrs J’s, once you find it tucked away inside Electric Avenue (one of Woollongabba’s best loved bars). This 1920’s style bar will transport you right into the past with it’s moody lighting and Chesterfield lounges. In true speakeasy style, Mrs J’s does whisky and jazz best, so enjoy one of their specialty cocktails whilst reclining in comfort and style. You can also now indulge in a charcuterie board or premium bar snacks, so save some stomach room for snacks!

23 Logan Road, Woolloongabba

Loved our round-up of the best hidden bars in Brisbane? For more evening fun, check out the city's best happy hours before making your way to Brisbane's coolest rooftop bars for sunset.