It’s always been a Melbourne icon, a place to gather, to congregate, celebrate and now Brisbane has got a hold of it and is making it it’s own. The Stokehouse has recently swung open it’s doors in Brisbane and with it’s stunning architectural features and amazing food is setting the scene for today’s venue profile!
Located conveniently on Brisbane’s riverfront in the Southbank precinct, The Stokehouse is almost a crowning jewel in amongst the beautiful restaurants Brisbane has to offer. The stunning architectural features (I adore that wooden wall) make for a great backdrop for photos and the deck? How perfect for balmy summer nights with a cold glass of bubbles!
There are two function areas at Stockhouse Brisbane- the ‘Stoke Bar’ has a Mezzanine level and riverside deck while the entire venue can also be booked exclusively for your wedding. The mezzanine area can hold 60 people for lunch or dinner with a capacity for 80 in a cocktail setting while the entire venue can seat 180 guests or hold 400 for a cocktail function.Both options allow an inside, outside event with guests being able to take advantage of the glorious river views on the venue’s decks.
I’ll be honest though, the food at weddings is always something I remember and Stokehouse offers its famous high quality dishes to really spoil your guests. From entrees that include delights like crisp skinned Rannoch farm quail, gorgonzola polenta & caramelized pear or Beef carpaccio, horseradish crab, capers & black truffle vinaigrette to desserts like vanilla bean milk pudding, cherry confit & gingerbread cookie or The Bombe-frozen white chocolate parfait, strawberry sorbet & toasted meringue.
The cocktail menu is just as delicious sounding with delights like Pumpkin and Persian feta tartlet, Panko crumbed Mooloolaba prawns, sumac, aioli, fresh lemon, Chicken and porcini mushroom arancini and sweet treats like Valrhona chocolate mousse, confit raspberries and Orange and ricotta cannoli.
The Stokehosue also offers a three level beverage package including brands like Brown Brothers, Hoddles Creek and Laurent-Perrier.
Images from Stokehouse Brisbane
Want more? Check out these posts from the archives: