From the creators of Welcome to Thornbury, Melbourne’s first permanent bar and food truck stop, the 100 Burgers Group is launching Welcome to Bowen Hills in the Brisbane Showgrounds’ Dairy Hall and Sugar Building, opening mid-February next year.

Boasting international eats from food trucks that will rotate daily, Welcome to Bowen Hills is designed by Derlot Architects award-winning director Alexander Lotersztain.

The Argentinian born Australian designer is the brains behind countless international branding and art direction concepts, being named one of the 100 most influential designers worldwide, among other awards and titles.

100 Burgers Group began as a single Mr Burger food truck in the heart of Melbourne, before growing into a fleet of ten, plus a handful of stores. Mr Burger has been awarded Melbourne’s Best Food Truck on numerous occasions, and has since expanded to Hobart and Brisbane, adding new fast food concepts along the way.

100 Burgers Group founder Daragh Kan is confident Brisbane food lovers will respond well to the permanent food truck stop.

“Outdoor drinking is such an essential part of the Queensland lifestyle so we’re confident that Brisbanites will flock to Welcome to Bowen Hills,” said Mr Kan.

Brisbane Showgrounds Project Director Andrew Hay said he is excited for the new development.

“The boutique laneway retail experience is unlike anything Brisbane has seen before,” said Mr Hay.

“It’s full of history and atmosphere with a unique fitout, perfectly suiting the friendly community growing in the urban lifestyle precinct.”

Welcome to Bowen Hills will open at the Brisbane Showgrounds in mid-February.

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