7 Of Perth’s Best Boozy Brunches

By Sarah Joanna Pope
9th Jul 2016

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Alcohol or breakfast—Porque no los dos?

It’s not alcoholism—it’s the charming combination of the most important meal of the day and the most important liquid in your life.

Here’s the round up of Perth’s best boozy brunches for you to be like all Sex and the City and stuff.

Sayers Sister


I don’t line up for everyone, but when I do—it’s for brunch at Sayers Sister. And for those little muffins they give you while you are waiting in line (well played). There’s just too much to choose from on this top-notch menu—white sangria and leek croquettes or waffles with a Pimms and lemonade?

Shadow Wine Bar


You’re a fancy breakfast boozer and only the most stylish destination will do for your Absolutely-Fabulous-style start to the day. Enter Shadow Wine Bar, some Bloody Mary oysters, a Gruyere omelette and 15 grapefruit mimosas. You’ll need to nap immediately after.

Bib And Tucker

North Fremantle

There’s so much to love about a brunch at Bib and Tucker. Besides the fact that it’s right on the water, there’s an ah-ma-zing menu of special breakfasts like truffled eggs and a nice little selection of “good morning” cocktails.

The Shorehouse


Yas Kween! The Shorehouse is a sure thing for an epic beachside brunch. A darling of the Perth dining scene, this popular spot has an inventive menu of bloody marys (including one spicy minx called a howling mary) and an upmarket brunch menu of everything from black sesame banana bread to the smoked salmon and potato roti dish.

Cantina 663

Mount Lawley

It’s not news to brunch lovers that Cantina 663 is a mighty good choice for a bit of the old hair of the dog. Have something sparkly or bloody mary flavoured with their inventive all-day breakfast selection.

The Office On Harrogate

West Leederville

Get loaded brunch at The Office on Harrogate. They have a special section of their menu dedicated to tolerant workplaces, including fine tipples like the espresso-fuelled loaded martini and the zesty breakfast martini. Breakfast martini—what a world we live in!



Head to this colourful Freo eatery to scientifically circumvent your hangover with the perfect amount of breakfast cocktails and fewd. Propeller has a choice assortment of brekky booze and tasty treats like their toasted fruit bun with lavender, ricotta and honeycomb.

Looking for more goodness to get your day started? Here's 50 Perth Cafes You Should Have Had Breakfast At!

The Shorehouse | Image credit: Louise Coghill

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