Crystalbrook Vincent opens new street art-inspired restaurant

With a focus on local and seasonal produce mixed with artsy laneway-inspired decor, this new Howard Smith Wharves venue transports diners and events to the heart of Brisbane's street art scene.

Crystalbrook Vincent has unveiled its new restaurant, Mews, bringing a playful and creative culinary experience to the Howard Smith Wharves precinct in Brisbane. 

Taking its inspiration from street art, the restaurant space has been fitted out with custom pieces from local street artists such as Mr.Sor2, JORDACHE and James Ellis so guests can feel as though they have been transported to the heart of Brisbane’s street art scene as they dine amongst a living street art gallery.

The menu is also laneway-inspired and features local, sustainable produce in line with Crystalbrook Vincent’s environmentally conscious #ResponsibleLuxury philosophy.

Focused on seasonality and availability, Crystalbrook Vincent executive chef Andrew McCrea works with local artisans, farmers and fishermen to secure the finest quality produce, with 80 percent of it sourced from within three hours of the venue.

Aligning with other Crystalbrook Collection restaurants, Mews also features ‘Climate Calories,’ whereby diners can see the environmental impact of their dish through a creative labelling system, while the bar offering includes an extensive Australian featuring up-and-coming producers, as well as some of the country’s most famous drops.

The restaurant can be hired out exclusively for private events, accommodating up to 60 guests.





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