How to find true love in Brisbane - 10 tips

Feeling that spark of attraction which means that you might have caught a live one or just want to rev things up with a date that shows you care?

Here's 10 places to take a lover or love interest that includes big ticket and low budget suggestions so there are no excuses, seriously!

Take the plunge.

1. Moda, Edward Street

Who can resist a Mediterranean menu with dining under twinkling lights and Spanish accents in the background.

2. e'cco bistro, Boundary Street, Brisbane
A classy choice that shows you know where to find food that looks as good as it tastes and speaks of the local region.

Eagles Nest, Kangaroo Point

3. Eagles Nest, Kangaroo Point
Sunday afternoon sessions here are a special treat and the Kangaroo Point view show a different face of Brisbane's Story Bridge and city skyline.  Wrap your lips around a Noilly Pratt or an Eagles Nest Club Cocktail and follow with Panko coconut prawns or Sinapore chilli soft shell crab. Open from 3pm with live music.

Eagles Nest, Kangaroo Point

4. Brendan's Cafe on the Goodwill Bridge
Coffee with a view goodwill bridge. This will not break your budget but the Merlo coffee is excellent and the river view unbeatable. A quirky stop that shows you know your city. 

5. Sake Restaurant, Eagle Street, Brisbane
The clean flavours of Japanese food at Sake Restaurant won't weigh you down for the night and the city is your oyster for after dinner shenanigans. Ask for a table for two overlooking Eagle Street or enjoy a drink and bar food under the twinkling light of the cherry blossom tree.

Fresh from the robata grill at Sake.

6. Stoke Bar, River Quay, Southbank
Stoke Bar is a great place to kick back on a Sunday afternoon or just take a seat on the grass and enjoy the laid back vibe of the free music sessions on the green. Stoke Bar has an innovative menu so you won't be stuck with the same old fries and olives.

7. Deer Duck Bistro, Milton
Intimate setting with degustation so you won't have to worry about what to order. Plenty of curiosities to gaze upon so there shouldn't be any awkward gaps in the conversation either.

The Chelsea Restaurant, The Barracks.

8. The Chelsea Bistro, Petrie Terrace. 
Tucked away in The Barracks, Chelsea offers relaxed, intimate candle-lit dining under the stars with some economical menu options.

9. Restaurant Two, Alice Street, Brisbane
It's stood the test of time but still guarantees an intimate fine dining experience with excellent service and a well-priced degustation.

10. Aria, Eagle Street, Brisbane.
This is a fine dining experience. Book ahead to secure a riverside table and there won't be any nos on this date.