It might be a short one, but there is no lack of awesome things to do in Perth this week. From drinking all of the Negronis and eating mac n cheese toasties (and helping to fight hunger while you do it) to grabbing a mulled wine while soaking in some tunes, there’s something for everyone around town.
Here are 5 awesome things to do in Perth this week.
Monday 5 June To Sunday 11 June
Negroni Week And Mac N Cheese Toasties At Frisk. Small Bar
Frisk. Small Bar never misses an opportunity to feed the good people of Perth cheese, and they are doing just that this week in honour of International Negroni Week. Get to Frisk any night this week and order yourself a truffle mac n cheese toastie (made with three cheeses—YUM!) and of course, a Negroni. And in sticking with Negroni Week tradition of supporting charities, all donations will go to No Kid Hungry—a charity implementing solutions to end hunger. So grab a grilled cheese, a Negroni and help out some kiddies in need. For more info click here.
Tuesday 6 June
Chef Lab—Think Spirits At Baby Mammoth
The masters behind Baby Mammoth want to keep you warm and cozy this winter, and they know that there’s no better way to do so than with food and drinks! This month's Cheflab is celebrating the amazing flavors that come from combining food and spirits. There will be three chefs making three spirit inspired dishes and we think you'd be crazy to miss it. For more information click here.
Wednesday 7 June And Thursday 8 June
Winter Music Series At The State Buildings
This week kicks off the winter music series at The State Buildings. Listen to jazz at The Treasury Lounge and Bar on Wednesday or grab a mulled wine from Petition or some eats at Post and soak up the tunes in the Postal Hall on Thursday. For more information on this musical extravaganza click here.
Wednesday 7 June To Saturday 1 July
Subiaco Theatre Festival
Kicking off on Wednesday this week, the Subiaco Arts Centre will be awash with award-winning plays to wrap your mind around. This Wednesday, catch THE ONE By Jeffrey Jay Fowler —an award-winning play based on the relationship of a couple that turns south after a proposal, you’ll find out all about the dark history of marriage set to the sounds of rhythm and blues. Find out more and see what else is going on as part of the Subi Theatre Festival here.
Thursday 8 June
An Exploration Of Origins By New Ethic Plant Food
Oh la la, New Ethic Plant Food and Dr Clause are going French this Thursday. This power plant based duo are joining forces again to bring you an amazing Parisian inspired degustation menu. Sticking with what they know, this menu will be completely plant-based and, of course, delish! On top of this, each course will be paired Swan Valley Wines, yum. For more information click here.
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