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Drink where the cool kids do this summer

There are a bunch of new bars open in Brisbane, make sure you're there!
There are a bunch of new bars open in Brisbane, make sure you're there! Chagin

MAKE yourself visible where all the cool cats are drinking this summer with these new Brisbane bars:

Sixteen Antlers, Brisbane City: Epic views, top vantage point to watch the sunset and with all you want in a rooftop bar vibe. This is a goodie.

Hope and Anchor, Paddington: This new pub feels anything but with homey-feels that caress you like a warm hug from Grandma. The double-storey brick pub is where you want to be for a long, lazy session.

Holey Moley, Fortitude Valley: This is an 18-hole mini-golf course on steroids. Built across two levels in an old church, it's seriously funky and non-stop fun. Grab your mates, a drink and enjoy.

Sunset Spritz Bar, Customs House, Brisbane City: Aperol Spritz are all the rage right now, so get yourself to this bar that does them better than anyone else. There is a delectable menu on offer with oysters and truffled mushroom arancini so if you're feeling a little fancy, this is the place.

Chingon, Brisbane City: Gather your hombres and check out this little gem where the tacos are on point and the margaritas are even better. Chingon should be your go-to place for a late night cocktail and to feed the after-dark munchies.

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