Nice place with different atmospheres, ask for special jug (1.1 liter) of the day, dance floor + game's room upstairs, open air garden with friendly ambiance and often live music.
A safe place... bouncers are very efficient as usual, I even saw somebody (not me this time;-) to leave the pub without touching the floor...
Somebody inform me that the Vic sold its soul to VB? I immediatly check their website... But by chance their staff are still very efficient see picture 8-O...
...seems that USA has Cowboys but AUS has Cowgirls, mmeeeeeeuuuh.... The Swiss crazy cow will be back soon...
Dress Code: No T-shirt, no white socks, black shoes, don't forget your ID if you look under 25 years.
The Vic as we refer to it, is a great atmosphere. It comprises a bit of everything... Live music in the beer garden, dance music upstairs, pokies and TAB....
The best time to visit is 1pm on sundays... this is when the Jugs and Hooters arvo begins. The Brisvegans are quite adept at drinking and this is a chance to exhibit their forte!
Cheap jugs of beer and spirits, great atmosphere and live music set the scene early.
Dress Code: A lot of city clubs require smart casual, long pants (some jean types wont always work), nice shoes and a collared shirt for the guys.
Brisbane city clubs are quite fussy when it comes to dress codes.
If you're more relaxed in style, you're better off visiting the Fortitude Valley, where collared shirts and dress shoes are actually too dressy!!!
Unfortunately its a Valley nite OR a city nite in Brisbane.