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Casual English pub style meets Mount Lawley urban cool at The Flying Scotsman. Relax in the bistro or catch fresh tunes in The Velvet Lounge.
As the seasons are changing the need for a refreshing sip and a light meal becomes undeniably essential, Clarences is here to accomodate you and your plans in a relaxed, small bar atmosphere. Whether you’re catching up with your favourite people over a glass or three from our meticulously prepared wine menu or starting the weekend’s festivities with our extensive imported beer list and insatiable stomach-liners, our attentive and knowledgable staff will be there to guide you through your culinary pursuits and intoxicating indulgences every step of the day.
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“an opulent baroque late night supper club.
A classic look with a modern twist. Showcasing live entertainment and offering a clever bar menu available til 3am. With an extensive range of spirits and champagne. Decadent private rooms and the champagne room are available with bottle service and a private host for your function.
Upstairs in the champagne room, three sophisticated rooms await with a private balcony. Adorned in opulent surrounds, tailored for functions, this luxurious room is perfect for that special occasion or event. Entertainment available upon request.
Malt Supper Club is intended for a mature clientele.
You know when you plan a holiday, and you wait months and months, and the night before, when you should be getting a good sleep, you decide you are so excited (even though you try so hard not to be) that you just can't sleep? It sucks doesn't it? Well, it seems as though Grill'd is making waves all over the place and sending out that exact same sense of excitement!
“Chocolate pie ambience accentuates this haven of hospitality”
Imagine diving head first into a chocolate martini. That is the first impression when you walk through the velvet drapes at Luxe Bar. More awarded than most bars on the east coast, this internationally renowned cocktail den purrs with the grooviest crowd.
A real haven for new world and classic cocktails, sumptuous tunes and the slickest service, let award winning cocktailian Andy Freeman and his team welcome you to cocktail couture.
Since its inception in December 2001, Luxe Bar has received national and international acclaim. Voted one of the Best Bars in the country by Bartender Magazine, Luxe Bar quickly earned the title of Best Australian Bar Team at the same ceremony in 2004.
In the last decade, Luxe Bar has been an incubater for WA’s cocktail talent, instrumental to the Beaufort Street evolution.
Come relax with friends in a funky pool bar in Mount Lawley. Whether it be a cocktail or a very chilled imported beer, you can try your hand @ a game of pool or Giant Jenga whilst watching the latest Video clips on the plasmas. Ideal venue to host your next function.
We are in peak season and recommend bookings in advance. Dress standards have been introduced over the weekends.
Whether it be a birthday celebration or a work event book your next function in advance to take advantage of our promotional packages we have on offer tailored to suit your entertainment needs.
This place is gonna be all about the beer. Soon as it gets its liquor license. The same crew who brought us 399 hope to feature a certain brewer (à la Generous Squire) but leave some taps for boutique brews. They’re also planning some traditional lever operated taps (unlike the gas fed lines at every other establishment in town) to deliver lager unadulterated by CO2.
While the license is pending, there’s some decent eats to keep us occupied (like open sandwiches of roast beef and horseradish cream or duck rillettes with orange and cranberry relish). And the distinctive surrounds. In a previous life, the building housed a dingy pool hall. That loving bikie den feeling is now gone, thanks to a neat cantilevered sky light (although an African-animal-print pool table plays homage to the balls racked in misspent youths). So there’s a bit to check out now. Although, we suspect it will be at least 5 times better when they can serve you a beer.