Connecting Brisbane Reviews Brisbane Cafes: The Wired Owl
The courtyard has a serving window which offers a portal inside the kitchen. A potted coffee plant, and hanging baskets finish the look along with coloured, lead light windows for the sunlight to filter through. Very sweet.
The cafe has 3 seating areas: there’s the warm indoor space adorned with artwork; outside on the curbside; and a small, triangular, picket fence-framed outdoor courtyard to the side. The shop corner is shaded by a tree.
The signage exiting the cafe warns, “Life’s too short for bad coffee. Choose wisely.” As you leave, seeing the sign, you feel reassured in your choice.
Cakes and muffins sit beside the counter in the cold cabinet. They change it up from time to time. They also have croissants and other kinda healthy-ish natural treats.
They also have a selection of teas, chai lattes and a some other options for the non coffee drinker. However, if you’re coming here then you really need to be coming for the coffee. They often run a batch brew on their single origin. If pure black coffee is your thing then this is a must.
Every barista who gets behind the machine here knows what they’re doing.
If you have not been here yet then you must add a visit to the Wired Owl to your wish list. Parking is available on Rainbow Street, directly in front of the cafe. Additionally, around the corner in Palm Avenue.
The Wired Owl offers a loyalty program for regular visitors and is open 7 days a week. You can also text through your order if you are running short on time.