Perth’s Latest in Food and Drink News – September 7 2022

Perth’s Latest in Food and Drink News – September 7 2022

Burgers, wines and happy hour pricing

Inglewood’s very excellent 848bar – the wine bar spin-off of Hoodburger – has launched a new happy hour offer with some sharp pricing. Between 5pm and 6pm from Wednesday to Sunday, guests can take advantage of two-for-$20 cocktail specials, $6 schooners of tap beer and wine specials, all while enjoying some of the better burgers around town.

Pirate Life Perth unveils its two new venues

It’s been almost a year since Pirate Life Perth brought the former Sony Building on Murray Street to life. To coincide with the arrival of spring, the precinct unveils two new venues to complement its existing modern brewery and casual dining offerings. The first is Crush, a Palm Springs-inspired space filled with natural light and colorful drinks that’s found in the rear of the building. In the basement down below is Honey: a rum bar that puts the focus on dark spirits served alongside a menu of Caribbean-inspired food. Both venues open on Thursday September 8.

Celebrating the Geographic region’s food, drink and art

Back for its second year, this weekend’s Lost & Found Festival (Thursday September 8 to Sunday September 11) shines a light on everything that Bunbury and the wider Geographe region have to offer. The four-day program of free and ticketed events is spread across a diverse set of venues including new brewery Froth Craft Bunbrewery and Cuprum Distillery. One of the festival’s highlights is Sunday’s Ferguson Valley Market Day in Dardanup; a free community event starring local produce stalls, food trucks and live music. Tickets can be purchased online.

Get your skates on

In the lead-up to this year’s Rooftop Movies season in summer, the space atop the Roe Street car park is being transformed into a rooftop roller skating rink in October. Throughout its three-week season, Rooftop Roller Club (October 12 to October 31) will host a range of themed nights touching on everything from street roller hockey, karaoke and the musical, Mamma Mia! Various tickets are available – there’s a discount for those bringing their own skates – and observer tickets are also available for those who aren’t skating. Rooftop Roller Club is adults-only and a bar and food from Huxtaburger will be available at each session.

Raising funds for Ukraine

On Thursday September 22, Odyssea Beach Cafe in City Beach is hosting a fundraiser to aid the people in Ukraine affected by the ongoing war. The evening begins with a Ukrainian-inspired cocktail followed by a four-course menu featuring modern interpretations of Ukrainian dishes and flavours. Each course will be served with a matching wine and Vasyl Myroshnychenko, the Ukrainian ambassador to Australia, will be attending the evening. Tickets are $169 per person and available online with all proceeds donated to the Ukraine Crisis Appeal.

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