More wining and dining in Mount Lawley
Beaufort Street in Mount Lawley, one of Perth’s hip inner city precincts, has seen the recent opening of several new eateries. The Mary Street Bakery is an artisan bakery and café offering a range of sweet and savoury products; Solomon’s Café features quality organic and free range foods; Circa restaurant is serving European inspired fare; and sweet connoisseur Rochelle Adonis has opened her new store which is quickly becoming the premier destination for cakes, confections, high teas, cooking classes, dessert degustations, bespoke wedding and celebration cakes, nougat and ice cream.
Northbridge given an American twist with The Old Crow
The hip inner city precinct of Northbridge, only a short walk from the Perth CBD, has welcomed another addition to its bar and dining scene with the opening of The Old Crow. Set in a refurbished, heritage listed cottage, The Old Crow is a funky new venue with a menu that boasts southern American flavours from former Cantina 663 chef Ben Atkinson. Northbridge is Perth’s cultural hub and is home to a vast array of restaurants, bars, nightclubs and boutiques, and to the Art Gallery of WA, WA Museum, State Library of WA, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, State Theatre Centre and more. Northbridge is easily accessible by the free Blue Cat bus, taxi or a short stroll.
Olive Farm Wines celebrates its 80th anniversary
Located in Perth’s Swan Valley, the oldest wine making region in WA, Olive Farm Wines has been making a diverse range of wines since 1933 and is now celebrating its 80th anniversary. Owned and run by the Yurisich family for four generations, the winery has released limited release Commemorative Port Barrels available for purchase. Olive Farm Wines also offer a series of wine and cheese pairing master classes at its purpose built café – The Cheese Barrel – that offers farmhouse and artisan cheeses. Sample their extensive wine range of over 25 different wines at their cellar door.