Dodge the sales crowds and head to these spots.
Where to eat and drink around Perth for Western Australia Day 2019.
Here’s where to eat and drink on Monday.
Whatever you’re doing on your day off, there’s plenty of food and drink to fuel it.
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This is one of the few Australian bakeries milling its own flour. Come for single-origin loaves, sweet pastries and vegemite scrolls, sandwiches, and coffee by Five senses.
A blink-and-you’ll-miss-it sibling to the award-winning Cottesloe bakery, North Street Store.
Australia’s largest cheese room. And now you can get products originally only available wholesale.
You'll find earthy cooking in the dining room; counter meals and snacks in the pub; and vegetables, fruit and honey in the backyard.
The chef behind a much-loved food truck opens a casual Mexican restaurant offering imaginative tacos, ceviche and fun drinks.
A casual neighbourhood bar and bottle shop serving Mediterranean small plates and natural wines. And, no, that’s not a typo in the name.
A fun and approachable restaurant serving spins on Middle Eastern classics from a well-established hospo duo. Plus, it’s pink.
This breezy space has a killer wine list and a menu that leans into familiar Italian favourites.
‘90s arcade games, pizza and top booze in a bright family-friendly setting.
Tim Willing's second cafe serves Willing Coffee's in-house blend alongside house-baked croissants.
A simple sandwich shop from the duo behind May Street Larder.
Ambitious cooking and classy drinks at the Royal Hotel’s 45-seat dining room.
This cafe-restaurant roasts its own coffee in-house and serves Italian-style dishes based on family recipes.
A modern Asian diner serving dumplings, beef tataki, whole-fried baby snapper and satay pork ribs.
A cosy watering hole serving great drinks, a 10-cheese toasted sandwich and an easygoing vibe.
Aussie nostalgia meets Italian know-how at this breezy new gelato store by the beach.
Focusing on the flat white, takeaway options and classes for the domestic barista.
The Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour stalwart will reopen with a new 80s-inspired look, dedicated raw bar and focus on underutilised fish and seafood.
This two-storey space can hold 725 guests and serves contemporary food and drinks.
Come for the views of the Indian Ocean, stay for the superior Gaelic drinks and traditional pub aesthetic.
Sourdough devotees, assemble.