Cafes open on Good Friday in Brisbane

Death Before Decaf, New Farm: They famously never close and Good Friday is no exception.


Deedot Coffee House, Holland Park: Open 7am-1pm.

Gramps Cafe, Red Hill: They are doing full service on the day, open 7.30am-12.30pm.

Hawthorne Coffee, Hawthorne: Eastsiders can get coffee and eats 6am-12pm.

Hunter & Scout, Graceville: Open 7am-2.30pm.

Joedy’s Cafe, Bowen Hills and New Farm: They are open the whole Easter weekend 7am-3pm, bookings recommended.

Lune Croissanterie, Brisbane CBD and South Brisbane: The pastries are the drawcard – they do a ripper hot cross cruffin – but they’ll do you a coffee too, 8am-3pm (or until pastries are sold out).

The Mailman, Alexandra Hills: Open 7am-12pm.

Mylk & Ko, New Farm: Open 7am-12pm.

Never Been, Underwood: This impressive brunch spot is open 8am-1pm.

The New Black, Fortitude Valley: Open 8am-12pm.

Nodo, multiple locations: These donut shop/cafes most definitely do coffee and bless them, eight of their shops are open Good Friday (Newstead, Hawthorne, Camp Hill, Everton Park, South Bank, West Village, Chermside and Carindale; just the CBD one is closed).

Pancha, Hamilton: They serve organic coffee and have vowed to open on every public holiday – 6am-3pm.

Peach Cafe, Auchenflower: The cutesy cafe is open the whole long weekend, 7am-2pm.

Picnic, West End: Open for coffee and fancy brunches 8.30am-1.30pm.

Piggy Back Cafe, Jindalee: Open 7.30am-12.30pm.

Sister, Hawthorne: Great food, great coffee, and open 7am-2pm.

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