This little pocket of Brisbane really has something for everyone, and when it comes to quality, Rosalie Village is second to none.
Rosalie Gourmet Market has been charming customers for over 20 years and you only need to step inside for a moment to understand the key to its longevity. Owner Rae Gough wanted to give the store a European feel, and she’s nailed that cosy vibe down to a tee. This is partly thanks to the thousands of products on display, all top quality. From flowers to fruit, cheese to cakes, homewares to the hard to find, you won’t be short on options – it’s well worth a visit.
Just across the road British inspired The Brass Barrel is a great spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Putting a modern twist on traditional classics, the menu is extensive and really gets the mouth-watering. It also offers a choice of indoor or outdoor seating, so whether
you’re having an intimate date, cocktails with a friend, or a catching up with a group while people watching, this joint has you covered.
Gelato lovers will delight at the local Gelateria Cremona, offering the best of the best. It’s been in operation since 2005, run by Gerry DeFlorian who prides himself on using only raw fresh ingredients. If mangoes aren’t in season, you won’t find mango flavoured gelato here. This is just one reason it’s so amazing though, the other is the way it’s made. Gerry uses the older traditional gelato machines, with much of the process still requiring mixing by hand. The result? Literally the best gelato you’ve ever tasted.
This is just a small handful of what’s on offer at Rosalie Village. Head over for yourself to discover them and more.