Sometimes breakfast in bed just doesn’t cut it

     

Sometimes breakfast in bed just doesn’t cut it
… but breakfast under the bridge does!

Don’t torture your Mum into soggy toast and warm coffee again this Mother’s Day, treat her to the meal she really deserves by taking her straight to Brisbane’s famous Story Bridge Hotel

Being a mum is a full time job and on Sunday May 8, it’s pay day and the Story Bridge Hotel has got the perfect treat, whatever time of day she decides to get out of bed!

MOTHER’S DAY 2011 AT THE STORY BRIDGE HOTEL

BREAKFAST AT THE SHELTER BAR
For all the Mum’s who need to be treated right from the early hours of the morning, head to the Shelter Bar from 7.30am to 11am and enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet for just $30 per person (kids prices also available), including a complimentary gift for the lady of the moment.  Mother dearest can indulge in honey and soya glazed spec eye (bacon) or the Wild mushroom frittata with tempered tomato.  FULL MENU AND IMAGES AVAILABLE.
The Shelter Bar will then open for lunch and dinner as per normal.

LUNCH OR DINNER
If Mum wants to enjoy the rare sleep-in, then treat her later in the day at the hotel’s multi-award-winning Deery’s Restaurant. She will find Local Spanner crab and avocado tian with gazpacho salsa on the entre menu, followed by a Peppered lamb fillet, preserved lemon risotto with wild mushroom salad, Milawa goats curd and baby cress for her main event, finished off with Strawberry pannacotta with passionfruit gellee, green tea mousaline, toasted pistachio clusters and chocolate mint salad.

Tables will go quickly so be sure to call 3391 2266 for all reservations.

In 1886, the Story Bridge Hotel was born. Known originally as the Kangaroo Point Hotel it underwent a name change in 1940 to The Story Bridge Hotel to coincide with the actual opening of The Story Bridge.  In 1967, the Deery Family, headed by Mr. Barrie Deery, purchased the Hotel and it remains in the hands of the family, under the helm of Richard and Jane Deery, Barrie’s son and daughter. The Story Bridge is one of the last remaining family owned and operated hotels in Brisbane.

The Story Bridge Hotel – a truly iconic pub, and an important piece of Brisbane history.

 
 
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