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Sweetwater Rooftop Bar
Hanging Yum Cha
Our Sunday Yum Cha has been revitalized, with a fresh rotating menu and an interactive cocktail teapot experience.
Indulge in an 8-course yum cha brunch, with a 3-course cocktail tea service. Each tea-infused cocktail is blended of palette cleansers to compliment the fresh dishes crafted by Head Chef, Alex Baglin. Our beautiful cast iron teapots will be hung down the center of your table so you can top up your glasses as you go.
Every Sunday from 11 am
Yum Cha: $45pp
Yum Cha + Teapot cocktail service: $70pp
The Swan Hotel North Fremantle.
Live Music every Friday Saturday and Sunday night
Ph: 08 6424 9500
Young George is a unique neighborhood bar with a serious focus on food. Grab a table in our bar & settle in to drink great wine, cocktails, craft beer & cider. Dishes are globally inspired & perfect for sharing. The venue itself feels like it has graced George Street forever and the cellar downstairs is a timeless reflection of this.
South Beach Hotel
A fine South Fremantle pub popular with both locals and tourists. Good homely food. There are several bars to suit all tastes and types of clients.
Best Sunday Roast in Fremantle $20 Roast
From Sat 1st August 2020 Monday-Sunday: 11:00 am -Late
396 South Terrace,
08 9335 2088
Mrs. Browns Bar North Fremantle
- Monday 4.30pm -late
- Tuesday 4.30 pm – late
- Wednesday 4.30 pm – late
- Thursday 4.30 pm – late
- Friday 12 pm-midnight
- Saturday 12 pm-midnight
- Sunday 12pm – late
241 Queen Victoria St
The National Hotel Fremantle Live Music every night Irish Sundays On 3rd Sunday of every month, we turn Irish Norfolk Hotel Fremantle 4 pm to Late – Monday to Thursday | 12 pm to Late – Friday to Sunday
This Fremantle Pub caters for everyone and is a great place to visit for an afternoon indulgence or a big night out.
47 South Tce Fremantle, WA, 6160
08 9335 5405. [email protected]
Boozery & Eatery
211 South Terrace, South Fremantle, WA 6162 | Ph: (08) 9430 8976
Things to do in Fremantle today? Percy has you covered!
With a great range of beer, wine, and spirits plus a mouth-watering menu, you’re guaranteed to be pals with Percy.
Under current Government Regulations, The local Hotel is open from 11 am each day limit to a 1 patron per 2 sqm limit in line with Govt Regulation. Personal distancing protocols apply.
Fremantle WA 6160 The Old Synagogue Catering for up to 500 patrons over 3 levels, enjoy a drink amongst the greenery or a feed from our delicious modern pub menu. 92 South Terrace Fremantle WA 08 6370 4433 [email protected]
The left Bank Located on the banks of the Swan River, The Left Bank is one of the most popular Riverside Pubs in Fremantle. Enjoy amazing river views in a relaxed atmosphere at any time of the day or night. With its rich history, The Left Bank is truly a part of Fremantle you wouldn’t want to miss.
(08) 9319 1136
CAFE AND BAR
(08) 9319 1315
15 Riverside Road, East Fremantle WA 6158
[email protected] The Sail and Anchor 64 South Terrace Fremantle, WA, 6160 (08) 9431 1666 The Sail and Anchor are back and open for business. With health and physical distancing measures in place, we’d love to see you soon for a parmi and beer to say g’day. Our trading days are Mon-Sun. Make a booking to see available times.
The Beaconsfield Hotel
The Beaconsfield Hotel
73 Wray Avenue
Fremantle WA 6160
Phone: (08) 6226 9240
Great Sports Bar this is very much a local pub with a sports bar and a great restaurant.
A Little Piece of France in Fremantle
Welcome to Whisper Wine Bar. The best place in Perth’s port city to enjoy fine wine and delicious hors d’oeuvres in an elegant historic building.
Former Parisien Thierry Rodari has created a friendly, vibrant venue where you can catch up with friends for a lunchtime snack, after work, or before a movie or dinner.
1/15 Essex street
142 South Terrace (15.68 km)
6160 Fremantle, WA, Australia