Mighty Mighty cue & brew is getting prepared to welcome patrons into their temple of meaty goodness.
With construction well underway, Mighty Mighty cue and brew is on track to open at the end of November, as the place for happy bellies and glad hearts, at the new M&A lane way.
The McLachlan and Ann street lanes in Fortitude Valley will see 13 of Brisbane’s best restaurants, bars and retail outlets opening between November 2013 and February 2014 as part of Laing O’Rourke’s new $250 million mixed use development.
Mighty Might owner Simon O’Brien is looking forward to getting customers through the door and introducing them to the American smokehouse barbeque scene.
“The restaurant will combine the best bits of American culture: southern smokehouse cuisine and city tunes. We’re developing a menu that’s at the forefront of the American barbeque scene in Brisbane, for providing customers with a unique, rural culinary experience.
“We’re bringing the rustic appeal of country-smoked meat to the city in a venue that’s relaxed and welcoming. We want our customers to feel they can sit back with their friends and enjoy a good meal alongside a pitcher of one of our craft-beers,” he says.
Simon says they weren’t just creating a restaurant, they wanted to create an experience and a place people want to be a part of, and the Mighty Mighty ‘urban cowboy’ represents the brand’s direction.
“It’s a pretty big word ‘mighty’ and repeated twice sounds like there’s a bit of chest beating going on. The name led us to want to celebrate all the urban cowboys out there who take on mighty mighty dreams, even though they might feel small. After all,it’s a bit ‘urban cowboy’ to bring rustic American barbeque into the heart of the urban James Street precinct,”he says.
Mighty Mighty will be open seven days a week from late November 2013.