Choo Choo’s

ChooChoo

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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Bar de Halcyon

Interior

Located near Cheeky Sparrow and Wolf Lane, this little spot adds to the lustre of the West End of town. It is a well fitted out two storey bar serving pintxos (Spanish bar snacks), some bigger meals, wine, beer, and cocktails in an elegant setting. ...

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Dominion League

Exterior

The Court Wine Bar, well before the small bar phenomena that erupted in Perth following the freeing up the licensing laws under the last State Labor government – sadly the current licensing regime seems to be regressing back to the pre-reform era – ...

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The Butterworth Bar and Kitchen

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Butterworth Bar and Kitchen, ground floor of Exchange Plaza in Sherwood Court, is an attractive looking venue – lots of glass keeping the light up, interesting pressed tin-look decoration on the bar and columns, with some tables looking down to the ...

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Public House Kitchen and Bar

Plate

This has been open for a tad over a year, and I have only just managed to go along; but go I did this week, and very happy I did so. The Public House is another excellent addition to the Perth bar, and eating, scene. In Durack House at the corner of ...

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Canton Lounge Bar

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The entrance to the Canton Bar is through a dimly lit door in Hay Street, up an even more dimly lit staircase, illuminated by red lights set in the treads. At the top you enter in a largish room decorated to look something like a bordello, speakeasy ...

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Grand Bar and Bistro

Noir

This elegantly appointed place in the Central Park complex has a ground floor across three levels, one of which melds seamlessly into an outdoor undercover area (housing the Deck cafe by day) to create what looks to be a lovely outdoor eating and ...

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The Standard

Salad

Previously, I had been to the Standard for a drink but this time we decided to eat as well, and glad we did, the food was well put together, had lovely flavours, showed flair and innovation, and tasted great – what more could you want? Well priced, ...

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