The Subiaco Hotel has a Cocktail bar and Bianca's bar with pool tables, large screen TV, food and music. The lounge foyer also serves food and drinks.
Dress Code: Smart casual... business... party... you can never over dress darling!
Oriel Cafe Brasserie opened in 1988 as one of Perth's only 24 hour a day, 7 day a week cafe's.
Dress Code: Come as you are... relaxed and friendly... or dressed and ready for action. Its a great starting point for a good night out!
Very lively nightclub/pub where it is always crowded on Fri/Sat nights with yuppies :P
I guess this is just another spot if you want to be seen and to be heard.
Dress Code: Men: not forgetting to bring your charisma and neat leather loafers.
Ladies: Dress to kill plus those high stilettos if you want to catch the scene in a better view.
From Wednesday thru to Saturday Llama has LIVE music and DJ's keeping you funked up from 8pm 'til late.
Llama Bar can cater for up to 250 people in their open air undercover courtyard and bar for any private function.
Llama has one of the largest range of vodkas available in Perth and was also voted into the Top 10 bars around Australia.
Dress Code: Totally Funky
Go to Lama Bar if:
1) you like Chill Out Music
2) love to meet beautiful people, uh ya know..
3) Cool and nice ambient with the theme of Zen lifestyle deco
4) affordable drink price
5) Don't why, there is always a bunch of American Sailors around.
6) toilets are sufficients and not too small and stuffy
I felt a little weird when i first went into this bar with my Chinese g.f. Seems that we are the only black heads around :P
Dress Code: Party clothes!
Get dressed up guys!
Christmas 2003 was so Groovy Baby!
Dress Code: The Sunday sessions are all the rage with Perth’s backpackers but you need to be smartly dressed to get in.