Perth's nightlife precinct has more than just great bars going for it. Northbridge has plenty of cafes, restaurants and shops to spent time in too.
Northbridge is one of this city's liveliest suburbs. These are the best restaurants to try.
Where to drink in Perth's nightlife precinct.
It's best known for its nightlife, but Northbridge's diverse set of cafes now mean that there's plenty to do here all day round.
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A casual neighbourhood bar and bottle shop serving Mediterranean small plates and natural wines. And, no, that’s not a typo in the name.
An ambitious “fast and furious” eatery inside The Rechabite.
Take shelter in this understated restaurant and bar, which punches well above its weight.
Tequila and tacos every night of the week.
An inner-city bar channelling tropical good times.
A Southern honkytonk bar that’s all about whiskey, bourbon and rockabilly tunes.
Anything goes at this breakfast-to-dinner eatery.
An ode to one of Northbridge’s original immigrant communities.
Bright colour, punchy tropical flavours, great drinks and a kitchen servings food late on weekends.
Home the southern hemisphere’s best apple strudel.
A neighbourhood coffee joint beside Hyde Park that serves brunch in the morning and pizza at night.
An unpretentious live-music spot that pumps most nights.
The Bangkok Jump Street crew has a permanent home in one of Perth's Asian dining hot spots.
This cocktail and wine garden is a green oasis with a light food offering to match.
The classic Italian dessert goes new-school.
Come join the warehouse party with sophisticated drinks and sharp cooking.
Not your average toasted sandwiches.
A Southern Italian wine bar with superior snacking.
Since 2009, Perth’s pioneering small bar has set the standard high.
Greek street food served out of Brika's takeaway window.
The owners of Authentic Bites double down with juicy dumplings, claypot rice and other tastes of Shanghai.
A Middle Eastern market vendor gets its own clubhouse.
This Cantonese stronghold boasts some of Perth’s best Chinese barbeque.
Chin-strokingly good specialty coffee at the bottom of Fitzgerald Street.
A dark saloon with all the rum you can dream of.
The go-to for graffiti lovers.
A late-night venue where the kitchen and bar stay open till 2am. Every morning.
The pop-up bar so good, it lived on.
A tiny kiosk slinging the best toasties in town.
A cafe that sells coffee, jaffles and single-speed bikes? It’s a thing.
The little cafe with a big stature.
The perfect spot to debrief after a visit to the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art.
A cavernous live-music venue and ‘50s-style diner which stay open until 5am.
An accessible streetwear store for men and women.
Naples-style wood-fired pizza.
A quirky store with retro-inspired gear and adorable gifts.
Stunning cakes are the hallmark of this not-for-profit cafe.
Designer gifts and homewares for men and women.
A permanent home for the burger pop-up that’s a "love letter" to fast-food chains of the ’80s and ’90s.
Sophisticated dining, delivered fast.
Get your gin on - there's 180 varieties to choose from at this vibing small bar.
It’s cheap, cheerful and might just make the city’s best chicken rice.
Fine, fresh, fast fusion.
A sophisticated womenswear store stocking distinctive, wearable pieces.
Satisfying your late-night cravings since 1991.
Continental groceries since 1936.
An extensive range of used records and band tees.
Edible flowers beautify every dish at this vegetarian cafe.
At breweries, experience counts. And a master brewer came out of retirement to help found this one.
An intimate, open-plan restaurant where you can see it all happening.