Miss Kitty’s


When you walk into Miss Kitty’s Saloon in Inglewood the first things that strikes you is the amazingly eclectic array of mismatched furniture and objet (not quite) d’art that are scattered throughout. Lounge chairs, old televisions, car seats, vinyl ...

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No Mafia


I dropped past No Mafia the other day - just for a drink to slake our thirst on the way back from wherever. This is a tiny bar in William Street, Southern Italian themed food and a well composed drinks list. I have eaten here before and can recommend ...

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Pinchos is a tiny, narrow room in Newcastle just off the main Oxford Street drag in Leederville. A few high tables and stools out front on the footpath and a few more inside along one wall, and near the window make up the seating, while a long bar ...

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The Terrace Hotel


The Terrace Hotel has a top little bar at the rear of the place - it looks out towards the freeway and over the parterre garden next door - it has an al fresco area below and a stunning little bar area up a small flight of stairs. The hotel ...

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The Laneway Lounge


We hadn’t visited here before but had been in town and on the way to catch a train when we decided to detour to the Lounge. It was only 4.30 and the place had just opened its doors, so was largely empty which made it easy to grab a ...

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Old Faithful Bar and BBQ


Old Faithful in King Street pays homage to all things meat - well American barbequed meat anyway. I dropped in one afternoon this week while Lady FWO went to one of the clothing wholesalers a bit up the road to stock up her shop. Walking in you ...

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The Painted Bird Bar and Kitchen


Lady FWO and I were off to a seminar in town an evening or so ago and thought a drink beforehand may help dull the senses if it proved to be all too boring. So into Painted Bird we went - we hadn’t been before but left impressed. The Painted ...

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Print Hall


The bar at Print Hall is one of the most notable in Perth -originally the reception counters that once took the public notices to be posted in the West Australian, when this building housed the newspaper, printing presses and all. Restored, ...

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Gramercy Bar and Kitchen


Gramercy takes the place of Italian themed é Cucina, nestled alongside the Central Park building, and having an outlook through large windows to the pretty little private parkland on the corner of Hay and William. Gramercy Park in Manhattan is also a ...

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Bivouac Canteen and Bar


Bivouac is one of the original small bars that now flourish around William Street and the Cultural precinct - it has been popular since Day One and its popularity shows no sign of abating - and nor should it. It is not a large place, but is ...

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