Setting up shop in the heart of Northbridge, William Street Cycle Co have teamed a swoon-worthy bike and bike accessory shop with a sweet little café. Park your two-wheeler in the courtyard and meet your friends for a cuppa Tuesday to Sunday. We found out more from business owner Marc Nesbitt.
Northbridge hole-in-the-wall café Flora and Fauna has shown us how to do vegan and vegetarian foods well. Their breakfasts and lunches are so filling and their sweets so decadent that there are no feelings of missing out – just how it should be.
To the delight of many, Flora and Fauna have announced an autumn high tea series, featuring solely vegan treats
Having opened towards the end of last year, Comet Pizza has fast become Perth’s most talked about pizza joint. Its bold, orange lettering, awesome Martin E Wills mural, not to mention the mouth-watering pizza toppings, have captured the attention of Northbridge locals.
Before you head down for a slice, you can have a read of our chat with Comet Pizza owner Thomas Rowe.
Beloved for bringing Middle Eastern cuisine to the people of Perth via their market stall and pop-up eatery in Trinity Arcade, The Hummus Club has finally landed in Northbridge, much to our delight. As the name suggests, hummus is a major part of the menu, but the deliciousness doesn’t stop there.
What better way to spend a weekend than immersing yourself in local music? The annual WAM (WA Music) Festival runs from Thursday 3 to Sunday 6 November with an awards night, conference, and stacks of free and ticketed shows.
Why oh why didn’t someone tell me about The Nostalgia Box when they first opened? I’ve become hooked since my first visit! Marrying a vintage video game museum with mini arcade, The Nostalgia Box is an ideal place to take some time out.
The Nostalgia Box is owned by Jessie Yeoh, a game lover for decades
For the first time, you can now get freshly tapped, locally made beer to take away from Beerland’s three level pub, Northbridge Brewing Company.
1. Disrupted Festival of Ideas
Disrupted is a weekend long festival presented by the State Library of Western Australia. Now in its third year, the 2016 festival will focus on the presentation and discussion of ideas under the theme ‘Subject to Change’, reflecting a national conversation on innovation and the rapid growth of technology in our society. It is happening this weekend, 30-31 July.
Arthouse is the latest offering from John Parker, the genius behind The Standard in Northbridge, Halford bar in Cathedral Square and Saint Larry café at the Perth City Library. Located at the Art Gallery of WA, Arthouse offers relaxed dining with exceptional dishes and excellent service.
Beau est Mien will release their new collection of prints, paper goods and gifts on Friday 29 July. Created by Beau est Mien founder Magali Dincher – an artist originally from the north of France – alongside manager and printmaker Alina Tang, these beautiful new products have each been made locally.
Aptly titled Bloom Voyage, the new collection features floral illustrations that have been inspired by 12 different places across the world. Thanks to Beau est Mien, we are giving away a Bloom Voyage prize pack!