While Sunday’s may have been created in aid of rest, who’s to say sinking a few drinks with the crew whilst soaking up some of those rays isn’t the most ideal way to spend a ‘rest day’. So here’s a round up of some of the best Sunday sessions in Perth, because a Sunday well spent brings a week of content.
For a hotel that is semi new to the Sunday sesh scene, it’s doing a damn fine job. The old Guilford Hotel has been around for 130 years, and recently underwent one heck of a renovation, making the relaxed pub vibe even cooler. Word out is that their Bloody Mary with a bun is off the charts, personally we preferred stuffing our faces with pub grub like cheeseburger spring rolls and smoked pork bao, but with 18 beers on tap and a specialist gin and whiskey bar, you won’t be going home thirsty.
159 James St, Guildford
The Cottesloe Beach Club is notorious for it’s Sunday sessions all year round, and for a good reasons. It boasts the perfect beach-chic vibe to grab a few drinks with the crew on a sunny Sunday arvo. The drinks menu covers all bases, with cocktails a plenty, and a wide range of beer and wine to choose from. In terms of food, you wont be going home hungry. The pizza’s here are so good you’ll be fighting for the last slice.
9 Warnham Rd, Cottesloe
There’s not much the Merrywell can’t do. There’s local and international bottled and tap beers, as well as a huge range of ciders and wines and not to mention their famous cocktail jugs like the Merrywell Sangria and Sucker Punch. To soak it all up, get your hands around their famous wagyu mini beef burgers (you’d be crazy not to). With a stellar beer garden and eat-your-heart-out style menu, The Merry well is the place to cure that Saturday night hangover.
Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood
I think it’s safe to say that Little Creatures is one of Fremantle’s most iconic watering holes. Whether you choose to park yourself outside overlooking Freo’s Fishing Boat Harbour, or inside near the open kitchen and massive metal beer vats, it’s the perfect place to spend a lazy Sunday sinking a few craft beers and chowing down their famously good fries. One thing is for sure though, for a huge brewery, it’s always jam-packed.
40 Mews Rd, Fremantle
The best thing about the OBH is that you can rock up post beach swim, sandy and shoeless order an ice-cold beer and catch a glimpse of Cottesloe beach through the large open windows. When you get tired of admiring our beautiful beach, head on out the back and get your freak on with the rest of the Sunday sesh goers, and enjoy a boogie or two on the dance floor.
1 Eric St, Cottesloe