Looking for a child-friendly cafe to take the kids to this weekend? Check out these three options in Brisbane.

 

Child-friendly cafes Brisbane

Lone Pine Riverside Cafe

Overlooking the river near Lone Pine, Fig Tree Pocket, is Lone Pine Riverside Café.  The food comes from a quaint, rustic looking kiosk. However, don’t let this put you off. It’s really tasty!  There’s loads of room for prams, parking, and a special fenced Children’s Garden.  This location is fantastic for families, and you can even bring the family dog!

Nantucket

Located in the leafy suburb of Indooroopilly, Nantucket is a great, casual option for families who want to go out and eat some delicious food with their children, who certainly won’t be complaining of boredom. Nantucket offers a bounty of colouring-in activities for children, as well as plenty of seating options for all ages.

Club Sosay

Want the children to put down the iPad? Like board games? Then take the family to Club Sosay. Located in Paddington (just outside the Brisbane CBD), Club Sosay is a new café with over 200 board games. Think old-school Snakes and Ladders, Hungry Hungry Hippo, and Connect 4.  Club SoSay is suitable for all ages, doubles as a licensed restaurant, and features a child and adult friendly menu. Brilliant!

You may just love these child-friendly cafes so much that you would like to revisit without the children! If that’s the case, and you need someone to look after the children for the day/night, contact us on 07 3376 4349 to discuss our babysitting services.

Child-friendly cafes in Brisbane
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