There comes a time in every person’s month where they must give in to the temptation of eating out every night—and we think this is the one. This week is so full of foodie, hoppy, grapey goodness we can barely contain ourselves!
Kicking things off with dinner and crafts tonight, finishing the week off with a night of food and fermentation and pizza, cheese, wine and beer all popping up in the middle, this week is going to be a good one. You might need to schedule in that extra gym sesh next week, but here are 5 awesome things to do this week in Perth!
Monday 22 October
Craf-Tea For A Cause At The Local Hotel
The craft workshop for people who don’t ‘do’ craft workshops, tonight’s Craf-Tea for a Cause night at The Local is all about injecting a bit of inspiration into your week—well, that, and raising money for the awesome work of Headspace Fremantle! Grab a vin, some dins, try your hand at a creative mini-project and donate some money to a good cause for the pleasure.
Tuesday 23 October
Saison Shenanigans At Alfred’s Pizzeria. Small Bar
Tuesday calls for a trip to flavour town, aka Alfred’s Pizzeria who are launching the latest brew from the hop-whizards down at Beerfarm. Saison Shenanigans is your chance to wrap your lips around a fresh glass of the latest seasonal: the Marmalade Saison. Plus, pizza!
Rosé & Fromage At Fromage Artisans
If your idea of flavour town involves grapes rather than grains, you might want to get down into the vault at Fromage Artisans for some Rosé & Fromage on your Tuesday night instead! This one’s a masterclass, so expect a drink and nibbles on arrival, a bunch of tastings of expertly crafted cheeses and delicate rosé wines led by people in the know, plus a tour of the cheese vaults! Yep, we’re in. Tickets essential!
Wednesday 24 October
Tallboy & Moose Degustation At Petition
If you’re wondering who the heck Tallboy & Moose are, well, apparently they’re two guys (a literal tall boy called Dan and Steve, who’s from Canada) out of Melbourne who are making some exceptional beers! Try for yourself at this beer degustation for your Wednesday, where the guys are bringing their beers west for the first time. Five of their brews, paired with five courses from Petition head chef Sean Bentley? Don’t mind if we do.
Thursday 25 October
Skigh Wines Takeover At Dutch Trading Co
Thursday night is basically the weekend so it’s time to let loose a little—and when we say ‘let loose’ we are referring to your belt, because this five course meal is worth blowing out for. The Skigh Wines Takeover at DTC involves 11—you read right, 11—wines from Skigh Wines’ Coda, Strange Brew and Abacus ranges, plus five courses from the DTC kitchen to match. Sorted.
Still got time on your hands? Check out more awesome things to do in Perth.
Image credit: Nancy Hanna