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Flying Falafels

Flying Falafels  - Lebanese Street Food.  This is no ordinary Falafel, this is made by Lebanese chef Ali Sarhan (from the old Cedar Tree). His hommus is legendary too, along with fabulous cabbage and pickle salads drizzled with creamy tahini. Falafel is a popular vegetarian street food in the Middle East made from chick peas, broad beans (fava beans) cumin, parsley and coriander. Our falafel is gluten free and suiable for vegans We also serve up Lebanese street food like:Chicken Cigars with mushrooms, corainder andspring onionSpinach and fetta triangles with sumac

Fremantle Bakehouse

The Fremantle Bakehouse is local, simple, fresh and friendly. The aroma of freshly baked croissants oozes from the cafe down the iconic Fremantle Cappuccino Strip, blended with the richness of their Premium 5 senses coffee and the bustle of the cultural clientele and friendly face of the Fremantle locals. An all day breakfast, famous fluffy pancakes, homemade chunky steak pies and sausages rolls, range of sandwiches filled with local fresh product and tempting rolls are just a few items on offer. Renowned for their tempting array of bakery items, gluten free cakes, friands and biscuits, no one can resist a…

Fremantle Barber Co

Traditional and modern mens hair with exceptional customer services! We are located in the same facility as Cup Throat Coffee, so come on in and have a new haircut with a great cup of coffee!

Fremantle Fibonacci Centre

To make a city into a beautiful resonating magnet, we must nurture the Dreamers and the Makers.Dreamt and made by Robby Lang (and Friends!), the Fremantle Fibonacci Centre aims to do this, by allowing people a space to try out their ideas. It is an incubation chamber for ideas.A community of artists and makers creating and working together. Meanwhile, at the BLINCO ST CAFÉ, musicians and poets entertain diners whilst artists and dreamers discuss their visions over fine coffee, and the best Mango Lassi in the multiverse....Massive steel gates lead through to an amazing central creative space. Natural light cascades into the…

Fremantle Markets

The Fremantle Markets has rightfully earned itself a reputation as one of the best destinations in Fremantle for locals and tourists alike, as well as a leading source of independent wares and produce. Fremantle Markets is undoubtedly one of the best and most well-known markets in Western Australia as it offers fresh and local produce, a great atmosphere plus many more great attributes. Most importantly- it's free to enter! Which makes it a great day out for the entire family! Walk the Fremantle Markets Heritage Trail, attached, to explore the unique place the market has in the city’s history. This brochure will…

Fremantle Workers Social & Leisure Club

The Fremantle Workers Club is a community meeting place where our hundreds of members and their guests come together to enjoy the diversity and community spirit that is Fremantle.Live music and dancing are popular activities at the Club and the Club boasts one of the best dance floors in Fremantle as well as great accoustics. On Sunday afternoons, country rock bands attract large numbers of members and guests who love dancing. The Club also provides a variety of live music every Friday evening:Blues, Folk, Celtic, a ukelele band or a good-old sing-along. Members can enjoy music while eating an inexpensive…

Freo Waffles & Icecream

We make all our own waffle, waffle cone & pancake mix fresh throughout the day, our waffle cones are baked fresh in store all day everyday to ensure your satisfaction and to get the best quality. Our icecream is made locally, with a wide range of amazing flavours. Smoothies are made with local fruit and our milkshakes are made the old fashioned way (flavoured by icecream not synthetic syrups) so please come in and try for yourself!

Freo's Cappucino Strip – seven days a week

It’s generally agreed that the length of South Terrace from Bannister Street through to the Fremantle Markets is known as the Cappuccino Stripand just off the strip you'll find Little Market Street (soon to be known as Market Street Piazza), Fremantle Malls and South Terrace Piazza. The home of al fresco dining in Western Australia, the strip is packed to the brim with cafés, restaurants, hotels and boutiques and whatever day of the week you visit it’s always buzzing. Here's some tips from the Fremantle story team about what's happening where: Monday It’s amusing to watch Freo office workers swarm to the ‘strip’ like bees to honey for their Monday morning caffeine fix. Whether it’s a ‘long black topped up’ at Dome, a ‘short black with a dash’ from Salted Board or a ‘soy decaf latte’ from Stable Hands on Bannister Street, everyone has their favourite spot to kick start the working week. Tuesday As the mums and bubs groups gather for morning tea at San Churro you can hear the squeals of delight as the highly anticipated churros and hot chocolates are delivered to tables. Two of the toddlers are drawn in by the sounds coming from Timezone and so desperately want to go and explore (or perhaps The Pickled Fairy is calling). Wednesday It may be hump day for working folk but it doesn’t make a difference what day of the week it is to the European gentlemen who gather religiously every day at Ginos. At their alfresco table (yes it’s always the same table) they sit with an espresso and chat with their buddies. We’d love to know what they talk about! Thursday The delicious garlic aroma wafting through the air is making it difficult for the lunch crowd at Pizza Bella Roma to decide what they are going to order, will it be pizza or the famous chilli mussels. Thursdays is Record Club tribute night at the Newport Hotel. Stop in, it’s always a blast. Friday The night everyone celebrates the end of the work week with a quick drink with colleagues. You’re spoilt for choice but how to agree where to start? The Sail & Anchor is always a fav. In summer the Monk is the perfect spot to have a drink and sit on the balcony in the evening light.  Upstairs at Zapfhallhas a lofty balcony view over the strip and a popular spot to enjoy a stein or two. Saturday Relax and dine alfresco and watch the world go by, including the classic cars cruising around Freo doing ‘bog laps’. The tables at Sandrino are heaving with family gatherings, groups of friends and couples on ‘date night’. Right next door you can sample Benny’s famous Espresso Martini (on tap!). Sunday Sunday mornings is often a delightful contrast between the lycra crowd and those that are starting the day in a more leisurely way. All are enjoying a coffee and a bite to eat before a browse through the Fremantle Markets or picking up the fruit and vege for the week. Market Street Piazza (opening Friday 28 October) Market Street Piazza is the newest urban space in Freo with funky street furniture, trees and festoon lighting draped across the street it creates a new space to relax in the heart of the Fremantle. Enjoy a meal or a drink, watch street entertainment or follow the progress of international artist Horatio T Birdbath’s incredibly detailed mural alongside Gino’s Café & Trattoria. Bring the family along on Friday 28 October from 6-9 pm and join in the first event to be hosted at Market Street Piazza, the launch event for Little Italy by the Sea.

Gabriel Chocolate

Gabriel Chocolate import the world's best raw cacao beans and turn them into fine quality single-origin chocolate bars and are WA's first bean to bar chocolate makers. Single-origin chocolate bars enhance the naturally-ocurring flavour profiles of different cacao bean varieties. Indulge yourself in an (anti-oxidant packed) treat or find the perfect gift for your foodie friends, family and clients.  

George Street Quarters

Our place, your quarters. Quintessential Australian dining with a strong focus on the cultural fusions of Fremantle. We explore this throughout our culinary creations. Experimenting with unconventional flavour injections and paying homage to the flavours and the families that shaped this place we adore.

Gesha Coffee Co

Gesha Coffee Co is a new and exciting café and roasting warehouse, in the heart of Fremantle WA on Queen Victoria Street. Amazing coffee and delicious food.  

Gino's Cafe

When Gino Saccone (1937-2001) got fed up with the poor coffee on offer, he closed down his men's wear shop and opened Gino's Trattoria in 1983. Since that time and through the heady days of the America's Cup, many cafes have come and gone but one constant has been Gino's on the corner of Market Street and South Terrace, the gateway to Fremantle's famous Cappucino Strip. Why has Gino's lasted where so many others have failed? There are a number of factors - but the biggest one is consistently good coffee that is consistently well made. It all starts with…

Good nooks

A cosy snug, a wee dram, a good book. Is there a better way to pass a winter’s afternoon in Freo? Here’s our picks. Nook: The Local HotelBook: Fremantle Football, The Origins 1885-1904. By Dr Norman Ashton(New Edition Bookshop) Colloquially known as Helen’s Bar after a former regular, this cosy snug has night cap written all over it: fire place, Chesterfields, plush sofas. If it’s game day, the contest will be on the front bar’s big screen. More reflective moments can be spent in the cloistered surrounds of the Whiskey Bar, cradling a single malt Yamazaki and–if you really can’t get enough AFL–rifling through a book detailing 20 glory years of football in Fremantle. Colloquially known as Helen’s Bar after a former regular, this cosy snug has night cap written all over it: fire place, Chesterfields, plush sofas. Nook: Miss Chat’s Bar and KitchenBook: In the Days of Tall Ships. By RA Fletcher(Bill Campbell Books) It’s an old world bohemian vibe at this West End establishment. Inspired by its namesake Miss Chatelaine– “a well heeled adventuress with a fondness for trinket collecting” –the room brims with warm wood and curios, and the bar reflects Miss Chat’s love for wickedly good cocktails. Since we’re casting back in time, order an Old Fashioned and leaf through the photos and yarns in this ode to the 19th century Sailing Ship. Nook: Little Creatures Next DoorBook: Batavia’s Graveyard. By Mike Dash (The Chart & Map Shop) Pick a blustery day. Pull up a plush lounge overlooking the harbour. Order rum. Let your high perch put you in a maritime frame of mind, and sink your teeth into the true story of the mad heretic who led history’s bloodiest mutiny, just up the WA coast. Interest piqued? You’re a brisk walk from the WA Shipwrecks Museum, where the Batavia’s original timbers are on display. Nook: Mrs Brown Bar Hook: Culture: A Memory Game (Kate & Abel @ MANY 2.0) The retro kids book menu covers are a clue; so is the magnetic poetry wall. There’s a sense of play in this quirky watering hole, and it’s not uncommon to see people imbibing with Connect Four or Backgammon for company. You might like to BYO memory game–this one showcases iconic works of art, architecture, design and literature. Everyone wins: it’s a walk through of some of the world’s greatest ideas. Cosy up in the side bar of the building that once housed Fremantle’s first 75 convicts, and consider how far we’ve come.  Nook: Ball & ChainBook: Eyrie. By Tim Winton. (Elizabeth’s Bookshop) There’s history in here–including a rusty ball and chain at the bar–but the feel is both classic and modern: honey-hued leather arm chairs, warm wood, copper bench tops and a spirit wall for added warmth. Cosy up in the side bar of the building that once housed Fremantle’s first 75 convicts, and consider how far we’ve come. Winton evokes the streetscapes and the warts-and-all temperament that is modern Freo. Nook: Moondyne Joe’s Pub & Bistro Book: Moondyne Joe: The Man and The Myth. By Ian Elliot. (Fremantle Arts Centre) Embrace a bit of wild bushranger spirit at this salt-of-the-earth pub on Freo’s fringe. You might spy a few characters in the sports bar channelling Moondyne Joe’s wily, never-give-up attitude. The Governor’s Bar offers a more intimate space to dip into a tome about the colourful bushranger who’s the pub’s namesake. Escaping from Fremantle Prison more than once? That deserves a raised glass. What’s your favourite good nook in Freo? Share it @fremantlestory

Grill'd

At Grill'd we promise to deliver you a great tasting meal that's also good for you. Our delicious burgers are 'Made with Love' from only the highest quality, freshest ingredients. We are proud to use 100% grass fed & free range beef, lamb & steak which gives our meat a natural and flavoursome taste. Our meat is 100% Australian, just like us!

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