Fremantle’s bustling street life and sense of community make it a popular place to unwind and enjoy a drink with friends. Check out the list below for some of the best small bars and pubs in Fremantle.
1) Whisper Wine Bar
The Whisper Wine Bar is hidden in the relaxed position of a renovated 19th-century limestone flour mill, bringing the flavor of France meters from Fremantle’s famous Cappuccino Strip and nightlife. With their comprehensive wine menu, you’ll never run out of choices when it comes to a drink.
2) Mojo’s Bar
Looking for some music to accompany your beer? Then you’ve come to the right place. Mojo’s Bar in Fremantle hosts live original music seven days a week. They welcome residents to play at organized events and open mic evenings.
The gallery of music performances on their website www.mojosbar.com.au will surely make you go, “Wow.”
3) Who’s Your Mumma
Who’s Your Mumma is a terrific spot to have tapas and booze in a relaxed yet elegant setting. Grab a table outside or a window seat to start people-watching, or gather your pals for an unforgettable evening.
See what they have got for you by clicking here www.whosyourmumma.com.au/see/
Fremantle’s old Drill Hall has been transformed into the Freo. Social, which has brought some fantastic music, meals, and brews to the city. Otherside Brewing Co. runs the onsite brewery, and there are four pubs with over 50 taps serving beer.
The ‘Side Bar & Front Yard’ hosts music, food, and drink every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday; see their website www.freo.social/functions for upcoming events.
5) Madalena’s Bar
We like the idea of a bar on the beach. Throw in some shared platters of local seafood and some live music. It’s no surprise that Madelana’s Bar made such a splash on South Terrace when it first debuted in 2018.
Their website www.madalenasbar.com.au has information on operating hours and reservations.
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