Pepper Wine Bar

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Pepper, in Canning Highway Applecross, has an excellent wine list - it is not extensive but contains some wonderful wines, and a good cross section of varieties, regions and countries. It shows thoughtful construction and a commitment to ...

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Greenhouse

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From the tables and chairs, the plywood, hay bale and concrete walls, and the recycled decor, it is clear that Greenhouse maintains its efforts to continue on the sustainable path that it adopted when set up by Matt Stone. The menu on the day ...

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PICA Bar

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Sitting outside, at the back, of the PICA Bar must be among the more pleasant places around town to have a drink and a snack. The spreading branches of the Port Jackson fig (well it may be a Moreton Bay fig - not being a botanist I am taking a stab ...

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Andaluz

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Andaluz has been around for about 6 years - it was one of the first of the small bars established in town, and is still one of the best. When I worked just around the corner in the Terrace about the time it opened its doors, I frequented it often - ...

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Bar Lafayette

La Fayette

Another in the host of bars in the Brookfield development, Bar Lafayette is certainly one of the more stylish - located in the refurbished old Perth Technical School, it has a number of rooms, large and small, as well as an outdoor area, where you ...

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Helvetica

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Down a cobblestoned alleyway off Howard Street, around a corner and there you are - at one of Perth’s (slightly) hidden treasures - Helvetica. Slightly grungy in decor, but always warm and welcoming when we have dropped in, Helvetica is a favourite ...

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Bobèche

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Bobèche, in the basement of the Heritage Brasserie (in the old Royal Insurance building), has a Parisian carnival feel - leather chairs, dark velvet trimming, a very impressive metal clad bar, and a clown mural on one wall, all found at the bottom of ...

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Choo Choo’s

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Choo Choo’s in the basement level of Brookfield Place is a small bar - a very small bar. A long narrow space, exposed concrete walls, air conditioning ducts on display, polished concrete floors, murals decorating some of the wall space, a ...

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Wolf Lane

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Sitting among the growing number of bars in this neck of the woods, Wolf Lane is something of a well kept secret – the limited opening hours may have something to do with that – but is definitely worth a visit. The bar itself is a largish ...

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The Sherry at the Flour Factory

The Sherry

Above the Flour Factory, in a space that was until recently occupied by Venn Gallery, is another in the Andy Freeman stable – the Sherry. Up a steep set of concrete stairs you come to an indoor lounge area, opening out to a small rooftop ...

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