Artist's impression: Cicada Blu

The Star Brisbane has announced three food and beverage venues as part of its new Sky Deck, which is set to open in 2024.

Located 100 metres above the $3.6 billion Queen’s Wharf precinct will be The Star’s latest signature restaurant Aloria, relaxed dining venue Babblers, and open-air bar Cicada Blu.

“We have gone above and beyond to consider every detail of each venue and how the trio seamlessly integrate to serve up unforgettable moments in the sky,” said The Star Brisbane General Manager Food and Beverage, Dustin Osuch.

Artist’s impression: Aloria Restaurant

“Aloria is destination dining redefined; Babblers brings a sense of familiarity through its warmth and charm; and Cicada Blu is the magnetic centre that brings the three together.

“From a breezy brunch or long relaxed lunch swapping stories with friends, to sunset soirees, intimate dinner dates or celebrations that continue late into the evening, Sky Deck will deliver endless opportunities for locals and visitors to choose their own adventure.”

At Aloria, diners can expect a seasonal menu centred around woodfire and grill techniques using fresh produce. The “elegant yet relaxed” dining experience features an open kitchen, an impressive cellar of wine and offers a dedicated Martini menu.

Artist’s impression: Babblers

All-day dining venue Babblers is designed for those seeking a more relaxed, social experience, and will offer dishes designed for sharing, while Cicada Blu will welcome locals and travellers alike with exotic drinks, music and entertainment.  

The open-air bar features a glowing light installation, inspired by the ever-changing cloud formations and electrifying summer storms.

Designed by QUT Alumni and specialist hospitality design director Paul Kelly, The Star Brisbane Sky Deck will be open to the public 24 hours a day, seven days a week throughout the year, allowing visitors to enjoy sunsets and sunrises stretching from the CBD to Moreton Bay.

“Guests will no doubt visit for the views, stay for the experience, and come back for the memories,” Osuch said.