Its a bright place with plenty of spaces to done your work


Queenies at Kingston promises a breath of fresh air on the corner of Giles and Kennedy Streets (formerly Charlie’s Corner) and a place where you can focus on your work and aways from distractions.

Designed by Kelly Ross and made by blacksmiths Lok Sutherland and Chris Sulis from Double Griffin Forge with a hand-painted fresco by local artist and gallery owner Kacy Grainger, the bar is lit by enormous glass and brass hanging globes and is a decidedly glamorous place to pull up a stool for an after-work martini with friends.


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Description of the space: the cosy lounges, velvet-upholstered chairs and Art Deco art and lighting flourishes evoke a pre-war lounge room feeling and suggest a more relaxed end to the day.
Free WiFi
Power access
Bike racks
Complimentary filtered water
Complimentary sparkling water
Complimentary tea
Complimentary coffee
Disability access
Ergonomic seat
Free parking
Menu drinks
Menu food
Ocean view
Pet friendly
Phone chargers
Printing facilities
Private meeting rooms available
Quiet place
Scan/copy facilities
Video conferencing
No. Persons:
1 person space
2 person space
3 - 4 person space
5 - 6 person space
7 - 8 person space
9 - 10 person space
Small Groups (10 - 15)
Medium Groups (15 - 20)
Large Groups (20 - 25)
Extra Large Groups (25+)
Space type:
Bar stool
High top
Seat with a view
Window seat
Trading hours: Monday: 4:00 – 10:00 PM, Tuesday: 4:00 – 10:00 PM, Wednesday: 4:00 – 10:00 PM, Thursday: 4:00 – 10:00 PM, Friday: 12:00 PM – 12:00 AM, Saturday: 12:00 PM – 12:00 AM, Sunday: 12:00 – 10:00 PM
City: Canberra
Address: 26 Giles St, Kingston ACT 2604, Australia
Tags / keywords: OpenTable
Google ID: ChIJD_5elDRNFmsRrPrHvvUa4Gs

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