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With sweeping river views, glorious weather and our collective penchant for a good deal, Brisbane was practically built for Sunday sessions. Forget about the impending workweek and hit up one (or twelve) of these epic Sunday sesh spots.
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The Flying Cock
If you’re looking for a clucking good deal, shake your tail feathers down to The Flying Cock. Between 6 - 9pm on Sunday, you can grab yourself a chicken box and jug of Young Henry’s beer for only $30.
They say that variety is the spice of life, so why not try a bit of everything at Tippler’s Tap this Sunday and treat yourself to a $15 tasting paddle.
Archive Beer Boutique
Between 6 - 9pm, Archive is treating us to the Sunday night feed we deserve. $15 will get you a schnitzel, chips salad and a pot of beer; nothing prepares the body and soul for a week of work like comfort food.
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Darling & Co
Is there anything more inviting than bottomless Bellini’s on a Sunday afternoon? We don’t think so either. Every Sunday from 12pm, you and your mates can enjoy a main meal and two hours of free-flowing Bellini’s for only $39pp.
You don’t have to have a regal salary to eat like a king at Peasant on Sunday’s. With special deals on their delicious paella, tapas and sangria, you’ll think you’ve died and gone to heaven (which still sounds more appealing than getting up for work on Monday morning.)
Say ‘duck you’ to the Sunday blues and head to the Defiant Duck for an afternoon of live music, great deals and excellent company.
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The Fox Hotel
There is no better cure for a looming case of Monday-it is, than with cheap pizza, live music and delicious cocktails. Swing by The Fox after 2pm for their famous Soho Sunday sessions to drink and boogie like you don’t have a big meeting on Monday morning.
Beach Burrito Co.
After a long week of not sipping cocktails on the beach, we all deserve the chance to at least pretend. Every Sunday from 11am, the Beach Burrito Company treats you to a litre of Sangria for only $20, leaving you more money to buy and hastily consume your weight in tacos.
One of the hottest Sunday session spots in the city is gearing up to re-open its doors this Australia Day. We can’t promise your head won’t be sore in the morning, but we can promise you that it’ll be worth it.
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Kettle & Tin
If you’re looking for a gouda time this Sunday, head to Kettle and Tin and enjoy a bottle of wine (or cocktail jug) and delectable cheese board for only $60. It sounds cheesy, but we’re in love with this deal.
The Stables Craft Bar and Kitchen
Nothing says ‘unwind’ quite like an afternoon of cold beer and smooth jazz. From 3pm each Sunday, The Stables host a live jazz performance that serves as a perfect accompaniment to that Sunday glass (or bottle) of wine.
There are few combinations in life better than an Aperol Spritz and a great view. For the rest of the summer season, Customs House is hosting their pop-up Spritz bar every Sunday from 12pm; get in before you have to start swapping our spritz for mulled wine.