Eat & Drink
The City of Logan’s culinary and fresh food offerings are fast becoming a regional attraction. Our taste experiences are unique thanks to the influence of our diverse community, representing more than 217 ethnicities and our city’s vibrant entrepreneurial spirit. Would you like to create your own ‘foodie’ experience? Why not visit the South East Queensland Food Trail and plan your next great culinary experience? From artisan coffee to exotic fresh produce you’ll find a variety of wonderful culinary delights.
Devon Pixies Tea House is a friendly and relaxed destination for all celebrations, meetings, and catch ups. Specialising in vintage style high teas, what better way to celebrate birthdays (for all ages), babies, weddings, engagements or any other occasion.
Children love having a special birthday tea party with us – dress ups, cupcake decorating, and tea cups.
Held on the last Friday of most months, Eats & Beats is a pop-up food truck and music festival making its way all around the City of Logan. Eats & Beats has established itself as a must-do event for families and food aficionados of all ages, delivering mouth-watering meals and a number of live music acts, performing throughout the evening.
✔ Free entry
✔ Open to all ages
✔ ATM provided. . .
Extraction Artisan Coffee might be tucked away off the highway, but it’s a staple caffeine hotspot for any coffee aficionado.
With their exceptional coffee and seasonal menu, Extraction has become a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike.
Owner’s Heather Scott and Alex Milosevic have a real passion for quality coffee that’s evident as soon as you step inside.
They offer a wide selection. . .
Frankee & Co Suburban Wholefood Kitchen are known for their healthy dining and delicious coffee, sourcing all of their ingredients from regional producers and wholesalers.
The team at Frankee & Co are proud to support regional business, as highlighted by their funky wall mural depicting the origin of their ingredients. Perhaps their big draw card is their use of Bear Bones Espresso, a. . .
Get a first-hand taste of Logan’s cultural diversity at one of the city’s hidden attractions, the Global Food Market. Shop amongst locals and pick up a range of seasonal produce you’d only expect to find overseas including; dragonfruit, jack fruit, custard apples, lychees, rambutan, mangosteen and much more.
While you’re there, treat yourself to hot breakfast from a melting hot pot of global. . .
This garden cafe is an institution nestled away in Logan Village
Blink and you’ll miss it, Green Frog Hollow is a Logan Village institution located off Waterford Tamborine Road. As you arrive you can’t help but feel relaxed as you walk over the entry bridge leading into the café, listening to the water trickling down the small man-made waterfall.
Inside you’re greeted with high ceilings, cute. . .
Focusing on attention to detail in their dishes, Jimboomba House Restaurant draws inspiration for its superb a la carte menu from the building’s rich history.
Believed to be the second oldest building in SEQ, the house originally served as a homestead, stagecoach depot and holding yards for the famous pioneering Cobb & Co stage coach company.
The historic homestead has now been refurbished. . .
Kiwanda Café is a factory-concept cafe brought to you by Zarraffa’s Coffee.
A mecca for coffee lovers, it’s a space for you to discover, explore, share and connect. Nestled within the beating heart of Zarraffa’s Coffee headquarters, in a reclaimed commercial warehouse on Distillery Road in Eagleby, Kiwanda Café is a brand-new factory concept café, brought to you by Zarraffa’s Coffee. Swahili for. . .
Experience some genuine country hospitality here at McGuires’ Logan Village Hotel.
Whether you’re popping in for a quick bite to eat or just passing through, the staff at The Logan Village Hotel will ensure your visit is the most memorable and enjoyable as possible.
Offering everything a good Aussie pub should the hotel has plenty of cold beer, great home-style food at unbeatable prices, friendly. . .