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Perth in the evening

By on August 30, 2015 in Australia

Went out for the evening to check out the new local small-bar scene in Perth, and there are lots of small bars scattered around the town centre.

Print Hall

Formerly a printing works at 131 St George’s Terrace (William St.), Perth WA 6000, Australia. Nicely converted in to a bar, which has maintained a lot of the original decor. Good meeting place for the start of the evening.

FourSquare: Print Hall

Cheeky Sparrow

Interesting little bar tucked down a side street (Wolf Ln. (317 Murray St.), Perth WA 6000, Australia) – it was quite difficult to find. Very popular with the ‘hipster’ crowd and a slighty younger clientele that the Print Hall.

FourSquare: http://4sq.com/m2YQib”>Cheeky Sparrow

Bivouac Canteen & Bar

Nice trendy little bar/cafe at 198 William St, Perth WA 6000, Australia.

We had a couple of beers and food – a spicy cracked-wheat dish, and two pizzas – lamb and a very spicy chicken. All really good.

FourSquare: http://4sq.com/n0jLGQ”>Bivouac Canteen & Bar

The Mechanics Institute

Upstairs bar down a side street (222 William St, Perth WA 6000, Australia). Lots of outdoor seating. Again, very popular.

FourSquare: http://4sq.com/Q65m8d”>The Mechanics Institute

Summary

Fun evening out, despite the cold and the rain (always feel weird writing that about Australia). The bars were a bit quiet thanks to the weather and a big amateur sporting evening ‘city to surf’ run on the next day. However, it was still a fun evening out.

More information about all the bars in Perth is available as a handy http://www.perth.wa.gov.au/sites/default/files/documents/COP588_CityGuides_SmallBars_3.pdf”>PDF file.

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