This place is easy going but full of class, the way a gentleman should be. Riley St Garage has a special Valentine’s day 11 dish degustation menu with a glass of Ruinart Blanc de Blanc Champage included.
Great service, food and even has a waterfront. This is probably one of pricier places on the list but it does have a lot to offer. Founded in the philosophy ‘take only what you need’ – the degustation menu evolves daily, driven by the availability of the best local produce that day and hand picked by the team of skilled craftsmen, the chefs, who work swiftly in the kitchen.
Housed on Franklin Wharf with water views one side and leafy green Morrison Street on the other. This place offers modern Australian with Southern American influences, fitted out with a central cage, floor to ceiling windows and graffiti.
Sentinel Bar & Grill is a sophisticated, New York style restaurant and bar, complemented by an enticing bar menu that features a concise, considered grill component balanced with classically inspired bistro food.
With a concept created by acclaimed Australian restaurateur Robert Marchetti, Creative Food Director of QT Hotels, you will have your fill of fine wine and food offerings that are perfect for a valentine’s lunch or dinner. An Italian themed concept with Signature antipasto table mix of refreshed Italian favourites teamed with prime cut steaks on the wood fired grill.
The ground floor eatery at Press* is the perfect place for a glass of wine. The kitchen is open all day so you can enjoy a snack or settle in for a few hours. It’s walk-in only downstairs so drop in as you please.