With the four elements; air, fire, water, earth; represented in four separate rooms, the Metropolis Fremantle is one of the most popular clubs in the city. Housed in the former King's Theatre, the club is not only known for its wide-ranging drinks menu but it’s also equally known for the trendy, young crowd that forms the base of their clientele. The club is also host to live gigs by popular artists and you are sure to have a good time here, whether you come alone or with a group of friends. The Metropolis is also a great place to celebrate birthdays and even corporate events.
Varnish on King is nestled in a heritage building, built in 1921. From bourbons to whiskeys and around 100 flavors of delicious wines, this rustic bar offers a night that will truly be etched in your memory. The chefs are known for their talent of preparing delectable and creative dishes. There are several vegetarian and gluten free options for those who prefer it. With an old world charm, delicious food, an extensive choice of alcohol and great service, Varnish on King is voted among the best pubs in the city and calls for a must visit. And don't miss out on one of their bacon and booze paired flights!
Enjoy a nice drink as you sway with the jazz rhythms pouring out of The Ellington Jazz Club. This venue pays homage to jazz in all its forms and aims to explore its creative potential. Thus, you will see the city's upcoming jazz artistes put on the best of shows at the club as they treat audiences with some really original compositions. Want to get away from the musical feast? Relax as you nurse a drink in the lounge area. Exciting gigs, ensembles, fusion performances and jams are on the regular menu. You can also take a look at their exclusive merchandise available online.
Part of a renowned chain of sleek night venues, Jack Rabbit Slim's opened to much aplomb in Perth's Northbridge. Ritzy interiors, an inventive late-night diner menu and a cozy lounge make it one of the city's premier spots to call it a day in style. Walk up and order those rather exotic alcohol-infused milkshakes, while you choose from piquant light bites like chipotle and well-spiced fries. Open Fridays and Saturdays till wee hours of the morning, Jack Rabbit also plays address to some pulsating live acts attended by music buffs from far and wide. In the past, Slim's welcomed noted Australian four-member indie pop troupe The Jungle Giants and Australian diva George Maple, among other popular names.
Situated on the 33rd floor of St. Martins Tower, this revolving restaurant offers breathtaking views of the city and beyond. C attracts a particular hip crowd, as well as tourists keen to experience the best views in the city as well as delicious food. The a la carte menu tends to be seafood-based with a few meat dishes, such as duck, lamb or chicken. Entree options include sashimi, fresh Sydney rock oysters, and gnocchi. Mains include prawns, Atlantic salmon and lamb's rump. A set menu is available for parties of ten or more.
Nobu is a Japanese restaurant located inside the luxurious Crown Perth Hotel. The highly acclaimed Chef Nobu Matsuhisa creates an innovative and intelligent blend of traditional Japanese cuisines with a South American influence giving a special dining experience. The interior is classy and modern reflecting natural elements like earth and water. Glass chandeliers and Japanese lanterns light up the restaurant. The place does not fail to amaze with a lovely sake bar, and Nobu Teppanyaki with two Teppan tables for oneself. Highly professional and skilled chefs prepare a feast right before your eyes. Important to make reservation as this place is always booked. This is a good pick for a date night.
Overlooking the Swan River, this local favorite, established in 1984, is known for its contemporary Australian approach to dining. The surroundings in Matilda Bay Restaurant feature woodwork and wrought iron. The large windows allow for views over the water. The menu includes a creamy seafood chowder, chicken fillets and other seafood delights. This restaurant is fully licensed and is open daily from 11a till late.
Set inside the opulent Crown Metropol Perth, 9 Lounge is a chic spot. Open since 6.30a, this is a great place to enjoy the first meal of your day while soaking in pristine views of the city's skyline. Breakfast is served till 10.30a, post which patrons come here to relax with a drink and nibble on bar eats. 9 Lounge has a stunning decor and modernity oozes through every corner of the place. The lounge also has an extended terrace area which is ideal for quieter conversations over Martinis with someone special.
Relax with friends at the Badlands Bar, it is a local popular venue for live shows. They have various venues which are available for different occasions. The main room can accommodate up to 500 people and is designed with light and sound amenities that assures every event is a success. Other spaces include the Hen House Live Room, Badlands Beer Garden and much more. You can also attend the festivals and social gatherings at this venue.
Restaurant 1903 is a one-stop destination for not only Japanese but the cuisine of the entire Asian continent. This upscale multi-cuisine restaurant has struck a chord with Asian food lovers in Northbridge. Some of the delicacies here include Sushi, Sashimi, Octopus Balls, Teriyaki Chicken Bento, burgers and Chocolate Tart. Be it a formal or informal occasion, you are always welcome at Restaurant 1903.
Mojo's Bar is a must for anyone on the lookout for the cutting edge in Australian music. The club's policy of promoting new and obscure or otherwise unknown bands, allows customers to access sounds they might not discover otherwise. As the longest running venue for live music in Perth, Mojo's sells artists' CD's with no commission charge, but requires a free CD for the bar to play during business hours. Help support Australia's local bands and enjoy the live shows!