Eagle Rock Cafe, Laidley

Now listen, we're steppin' out and I'm gonna turn around, gonna turn around once and we'll do the Eagle Rock at Laidley!

Pull on your flairs, put on your dancing shoes, let your hair down and gather around the juke box to share the dream of Gary and Denise Morris who own Eagle Rock Cafe in downtown Laidley, about an hour's drive from Brisbane in the Lockyer Valley.

Drawing on memorabilia from their personal collection built over a lifetime and sourced from flea markets, antique shops and garage sales, the decor at Eagle Rock Cafe is worth a visit alone. It's changed on a regular basis so there's always something new to browse.

Popular with visiting bike, car and dance clubs, the cafe is also a favourite with locals and has bounced back after two devastating floods.

The rock and roll themed menu has a great selection of burgers and an old favourite, the Shirley Temple (pink lemonade).  Burgers come with chips and it's a generous serve.

The menu includes pizzas, wraps and hot dogs, smoothies and ice cream sodas and plenty of burgers.

Feel like listening to the original Eagle Rock song by Daddy Cool? Be my guest!

Eagle Rock Cafe, 107 Patrick Street, Laidley, (07) 5465 1099

Recommended for: Nostalgia and burger fans
Best tip: Give the staff a break and play something other than Eagle Rock on the vintage juke box.
Bottom line: Pizza cost around $20 for the large size.

Disclaimer:  Ed+bK was the guest of Brisbane Marketing.

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