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Fremantle, 6160 WA
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SUN 12:00pm - late
MON 4:00pm - late
TUE 4:00pm - late
WED 4:00pm - late
THU 4:00pm - late
FRI 12:00pm - late
SAT 12:00pm - late

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  • Greek
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  • Cocktails
  • Wine
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  • Outdoor Seating

Looks like Northbridge isn’t the only one sporting a cool listening bar these days, thanks to the opening of Ode To Sirens—a new 70s-infused vinyl bar located in the front bar of the old P&H Hotel in the heart of Freo. 

Ode To Sirens is the latest venue from hospo veteran slash longtime muso, Daniel Goodsell (who's previously had ties to Balthazar, Shadow Wine Bar, Gordon Street Garage, Il Lido, Duende and more), and his experience does not go unnoticed. 

Inside, the space is giving 70s Australiana, with checkerboard tiles, plenty of vintage timber touches and nostalgic brown and orange hues—all backed up by walls of vinyl, iconic album art and a vintage record player for your listening pleasure. Head outside, and you'll find a stunning little back alley courtyard too that catches the Freo doctor in the afternoon.

Your first port of call though will be the main bar. Here they're slinging everything from old school pony pours (quarter pints) of Swanny D to trendier vinos (think: pet nats, chilled red and orange wine), craft brews and a playful mix of cocktail mash ups and classic hits—the pina colada is an absolute must.

While in the kitchen, the brief is Greek-centric, so it's all stuff that's ideal for sharing over a few drinks, with plenty of awesome veggie options to load up on. We're talking plates of honey-soaked halloumi saganaki, smokey eggplant with tahini and a next-level lamb yiro that hits the perfect balance of charred meaty goodness and super fresh tabouli and tzatziki. 

Image credit: Tristan McKenzie