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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The Grapeskin bar, adjacent to the Brass Monkey in Northbridge has had a bit of a makeover since last we went along. Gone are the lounges, coffee tables and chairs up front by the window, with new high benches and stools making up the seating at the ...

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Tiger Tiger


Tiger Tiger is a coffee shop/café that also serves wine and beer without a meal - one of the places that arose out of the last Labor government’s reform of liquor licensing laws. Anyway Tiger Tiger is a funky little spot in one of the alley ways ...

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Lamont’s Bishops House


The outdoor Garden Lounge at Bishops House is a delightful oasis in the midst of a bustling city. Surrounded on three sides by glass and concrete monoliths, the artificial grass, the lounge chairs, Chesterfield, stools and tables, lights strung ...

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Brotzeit is a Singapore based franchise aimed at providing authentic Bavarian style food, along with German beer, in a contemporary setting - and they have recently arrived in Perth. Located at 140 William Street which is quickly becoming a go to ...

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Pepper Wine Bar


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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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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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 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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