They ate. They drank. Voted for the best hangover cures by locals in the Moreton Bay Region and The Forkies have revealed the 2019 winners of the “Not All Heroes Wear Capes” category. Check out the top three restaurants in north Brisbane who have the hangover cure you desperately need.
Dishing up some of the freshest burgers on the Redcliffe Peninsula, with all patties pressed and cooked on site, it’s no wonder Beardy’s Bar and Kitchen has taken out several awards throughout their time in business. Earlier in 2019, The Courier-Mail awarded them the Best Burgers in Brisbane which shortly followed by four The Forkies awards including best hangover cure!
Where to find them: 405 Elizabeth Avenue, Kippa-Ring
Opening hours: Monday – Wednesday 6:00 am to 3:00 pm, Friday 6:00 am to 8:00 pm, Saturday 7:00 am to 8:00 pm, Sunday 7:00 am to 3:00 pm
Renowned for being ‘more than just your ordinary butcher shop’, The Squealing Pig provides some of the highest quality meat products in the Moreton Bay Region, perfect for that hangover cure near Brisbane. This Burpengary butcher offers ready-to-go and pre-order options for roast meals, fresh salads and ready-to-cook pastries and stir-fries along with pies, sausage rolls and burgers just to name a few! Whatever you think will slide down your gullet after a night of drinking, The Squealing Pig is sure to have it.
Where to find them: Shop 6 Burpengary Plaza, 173 Station Road, Burpengary
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 7:00 am to 7:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday 7:00 am to 5:00 pm
Got a splitting headache from your night at Brendale Brewing, the best drinking hole in the Moreton Bay Region? No problem, My T Burger is the official unsung hero of Moreton Bay Region – saving us one hangover at a time. When the head is pounding and the belly is growling, My T Burger is the place to go to restore our will to go on. Thank you to the team at My T Burger for turning our hangover frown upside down.
Where to find them: 104/53 Endeavour Blvd, North Lakes
Opening hours: Sunday – Friday 11:00 am to 9:00 pm
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