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What's on

Greeks love to party and here at The Greek Club, we are no exception to the rule. Whether it be a music performance on our terrace or a wine tasting experience, we've always got something on.

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Restaurant

Open for lunch and dinner Monday to Saturday and Lunch on Sunday, our Greek restaurant is sure to satisfy your cravings. Dine on our terrace in comfort and luxury alongside breathtaking views.

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Corporate Events Venue

Step out of the office and into our capable hands. The Greek Club is the perfect corporate event venue for your next business conference or function.


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Weddings

Whether it be grand and lavish or intimate and simple, we cater for all weddings. Recgonised as one of Brisbane’s leading wedding venues, allow us to host the wedding of your dreams.

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Welcome to The Greek Club Brisbane

The Greek club is the perfect venue for your wedding, corporate event, social event or dining experience. Known as one of Brisbane’s best restaurants, we pride ourselves of great food and exceptional service.

“We have partnered with The Greek Club for 20 years. They provide a flexible and reliable solution to our Business and Events requirements. We love the food, the location, the staff, and most of all, the congeniality. YASOU!” – Carmel Dalton, Executive Officer, School Community Industry Partnership Service (SCIPS)

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Tzatziki Recipe

Tzatziki, known all over the world as a classic Greek meze option and the perfect Summer treat paired with fresh pita. Made from thick strained yogurt, cucumber, garlic, olive oil, and fresh dill. It’s super simple to make and a hit at any get-together!

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Vasilopita Cake Recipe

Vasilopita is a traditional cake or bread served on New Year’s Eve to celebrate the life of Saint Basil. After baking the vasilopita, a coin is inserted through the base and when cut the person who finds the coin is said to be granted luck for the rest of the year.

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