Whoever says flowers and coffee don’t go together clearly hasn’t been to Cafe63 - Stones Corner, situated on Logan Road in Greenslopes. Part cafe, part florist; you’ll find a wide selection of tasty specials to fill you up for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between. Don’t forget to pick up a bouquet of flowers on your way out! Secure the best seats at this outpost of Brisbane’s well-loved cafe chain by booking ahead; we promise you won’t regret it.
Love there are dog friendly tables. One of the guests at our table had dietiary requirements that were well catered for. Everything on the menu went down well. Beautiful flower choice.
Was very happy with the service provided by Cafe 63 Greenslopes. I had asked for a table near the doors for a breeze, and had a lovely spot which was just what I wanted. My family had a great time celebrating my fiancé’s qualification, with great prices, tasty food and some lovely flowers!
really appreciated the service and really enjoyed the food. Excellent
Blooms and brews go hand-in-hand at Cafe63, a well-known name all over Queensland for being a one-stop shop to pick up fresh flowers as well as an aromatic cup of coffee. Thankfully, there’s still plenty of space to lounge around this Stones Corner outlet in Brisbane’s southeastern suburb of Greenslopes, whether you prefer to sit indoors or outdoors with a view of Logan Road.
Similar to the other cafes in the franchise, Cafe 63 - Stones Corner serves up a wide variety of dishes, which cover all three meals of the day, so there’s always something available at any time. The locally sourced coffee from Di Bella is not the only draw here; we’re also tickled by the opportunity to go celebrity-spotting on its menu. Where else can you have a Mark Webber (omelette with ham, cheese, tomato and onion) in the morning, followed by a Marilyn (200g rump steak with bacon, grilled onions, fries and salad) later in the day? Jokes aside, the fare here really doesn’t disappoint, which should be the real reason to come down to Cafe 63 - Stones Corner anyway. You’ll want to book a table before your visit, however, as this chapter of Brisbane’s favourite cafe chain tends to fill up fast.