Rise and grind!
Merivale Street’s aptly merry hole-in-the-wall coffee nook, Miss Green’s Beans, has grown into a fully fledged locals hub in the heart of Fish Lane, and we’re here to spill the tea on what makes this café so special.
Having transformed the old Paladar Fumior Salon into a vibrant community space reminiscent of humble Italian coffee houses, mother-daughter duo Brigitte O’Brien and Sinead Green (also the powerhouse team behind MAX Talent Management) offer far more than what meets the eye.
Drawing upon inspiration from European coffee traditions, Miss Green’s Beans pour hundreds of Italian and Maltese-inspired cups of Segafredo Zanetti each day, being an extra strong blend made with bold Arabica coffee beans. Their coffee forms the heart and soul of the unique experience where guests feel transported to another city without having to leave theirs, subsequently lifting the spirits of those who need to grab and go.
Seemingly small at first, this two-level urban treehouse opens up to both a sun-kissed courtyard and a spacious rooftop where guests and locals alike are encouraged to watch the world pass by, or get some work done in their new favourite office away from office.
Decorating the walls inside, you’ll find gorgeous art pieces from local creatives, and if you love something enough, you’ll be able to purchase the piece to bring new life to your own home!
What’s more (and new!), Miss Green’s Beans is now running a book exchange with interesting titles that you can either read and leave in-venue, or take home and swap with a book you’d like to share with other fellow readers, starting an exciting new chapter in Brisbane’s literary scene.
Remember, when you see red down Fish Lane, that’s just Miss Green’s Beans palette wall feature. Be sure to pay a visit next time you’re up our alley!