Eagle Street Pier is a must see destination for any visitor looking to experience Brisbane. As an iconic waterfront precinct with world class dining options and unrivaled views of the Brisbane River and Story Bridge, it is a key part of the Brisbane city experience.

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Dining and Food

Eagle Street Pier has something to satisfy every taste. With award winning restaurants including Matt Moran’s ARIA, Il Centro, Cha Cha Char, Georges Paragon Seafood Restaurant, Pony Dining and Neil Perry’s Saké Restaurant and Bar.

More casual dining spots include Jude Kitchen & Bar, The Coffee Club, Guzman Y Gomez, gourmet burger restaurant Grill’d, sushi restaurant Nagomi and build it yourself pizzeria Fratelli Famous. A popular entertainment hot spot, Eagle Street Pier is also home to the superb riverside bars Mr & Mrs G Riverbar, Jade Buddha & Shadow Lounge, and Bavarian Bier Café.

History

Eagle Street Pier has had a colourful history over the past 150 years. While the area is now Brisbane’s premier dining precinct, in the 1800's it served as Brisbane’s main wharves for a developing city. To find out more about Eagle Street Pier’s rich history click here.

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