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We all love Freo, but what about its neighbour to the east? Here are just a few of our favourite spots in the 6158.

EAT & DRINK

Young George Bar + Kitchen

A neighbourhood wine bar, kitchen and bottle shop? Any time we hear that combination, you can count us in – and Young George is no different. A globally inspired menu designed to share with mates is pretty tantalising, but add in a cellar of this calibre, plus a low waste approach, and we’re totally sold.

48 George Street


Ethos Deli + Dining Room

As if Young George wasn’t enough, the team has ventured down the road to open up Ethos – a zero-waste, Eastern European-leaning neighbourhood deli and dining room. House made charcuterie and small goods and killer sarnies are just the tip of the iceberg, with the bar’s offerings just as exciting a prospect.

88 George Street


Duke of George

Freo and blues go together like bread and butter – so the Duke of George just Makes Sense. Nestled in the lower levels of the historic Brush Factory (itself converted into a creative hub), you won’t be able to resist having a boogie – or their New Orleans inspired fare. Doesn’t a whiskey sour sound good right about now?

135 George Street


Eugene’s Pizzeria

We consider it a personal failure that we didn’t make it to Eugene’s Pizzeria sooner. This neighbourhood pizza spot is slinging pies six nights a week that are unpretentious yet high- quality. We’re talking 72-hour fermented dough and local ingredients – and what’s better about a pizza than that?!

133 George Street


Plympton’s Coffee

While you’re strolling through East Freo, taking in all the heritage buildings and general charm of the neighbourhood, you’ll obviously need to fuel up… Make sure you stroll past Plympton’s for your morning cuppa. This hole-in-the-wall coffee spot is serving up quality brews and even better vibes.

99 Hubble Street



The Left Bank

Pub on the waterfront? There’s no better place to while away an afternoon – and the Left Bank is one of the originals. Set in a historic building that dates back to 1900, the popular pub is a must-visit to soak up the relaxed East Freo vibes and take in the river view. We can’t wait until their pooch-friendly alfresco is up and running!

15 Riverside Road


May St Larder

One of the OG new school cafes around East Freo, May Street Larder’s all day menu is hard to go past, with equally enticing options when it comes to brunch (miso mushroom omelette, apple pie French Toast) and lunch (Korean fried chicken burger, spiced lamb naanwich). The light and airy interior makes it a popular stop in year-round, so make sure you book ahead.

Unit 23/155 Canning Hwy


Salsa Rossa

We can go for an Italian feast any day of the week – and Salsa Rossa is pretty hard to pass up. The modern Italian menu is pared-back, yet full of crowd-pleasers: think Shark Bay scallops and pancetta, beef carpaccio, or oven roasted pork belly with cauliflower puree and kale. Sat next to the open fire, with a glass of wine? Big vibes.

77 George Street



C’est Bien Thai

We’re all about delicious Thai – and when we stumbled on C’est Bien Thai, we weren’t disappointed. This blink-and-you’ll-miss-it hidden gem is tucked away off Canning Highway, with its innocuous dining room serving up some stellar Thai feeds. C’est Bien, c’est bien!

22/155 Canning Highway


Sweetwater Rooftop

This lusciously green rooftop bar’s Asian-inspired share plates pair well with a tasty cocktail selection and river views. For $65, you can be treated to a smorgasbord of chef’s choices, with menu highlights including lots of moreish dumplings, crispy miso chicken, and smoked and caramelised sticky lamb ribs. They’ve also got some dangerously tantalising cocktail specials, plus an eight-course yum cha on Sunday that is for the history books.

Level 6/1 Silas Street



Little Fire

Little Fire is your new home away from home. Tucked inside a charming weatherboard cottage on George Street, it’s a warm and welcoming, unpretentious neighbourhood spot with something for everyone. The menu ranges from plates perfect for sharing alongside a glass of wine (like pate or grilled Italian sausage), to pub favourites like fish and chips, burgers and chicken parmi – as well as a few unexpected highlights, like fish tacos or a daily rotating dumpling.

125 George Street


Me Me Joans Coffee

Another cute hole-in-the-wall, if you find yourself a little further north, Me Me Joans can fuel you up – whether you’re post workout or just passing by. By the team behind Boom Fitness, you’ll find not only some quality coffee, but nutritious snacks (and some more indulgent treats, too!).

155 Canning Highway


The Cool Room

Okay, this is technically in Fremantle, but The Cool Room is pretty much, practically in East Freo. At the crossroads of two suburban streets, next to vintage store Old Values, it’s hard not to feel pretty charmed by the mish-mash of retro Formica tables, plants and brightly coloured umbrellas. It’s as unpretentious as they come, yet out of their tiny kitchen they manage to serve up unpretentious breakfasts that can rival Perth’s best.

Shop 2/114 Holland Street, Fremantle


SEE, DO, SHOP

Floral Army

One of our favourite florists, Floral Army’s dreamy store practically demands a visit. Their blooms manage to be both soft and contemporary, with a curated range of indoor plants if you want something that will last a bit longer, as well as a stylish range of gifts on offer than will really make someone feel special. Stuck in the office? Don’t worry – these guys deliver, too.

1/37 Sewell Street


Savvy Brands

After spending so much time in the house in track pants, we can’t be the only ones feeling like we need a wardrobe overhaul? Right? Anyone? Luckily Savvy Brands stock some gorgeous designer labels out of their George Street store – think Bec + Bridge, Atoir, Sir, Viktoria & Woods and much more. Don’t worry though, if you’re still in tracky dack mode, they also stock luxurious loungewear label The Lullaby Club, and will even have your digs smelling lush with the very chic This Is Incense.

80 George Street



Atelier On George

Atelier on George’s M.O. is all about understated elegance. Stocking local and international ethical designers of clothing, accessories, homewares, beauty and more that are oh-so-cool and carefree, whether it’s F. Miller face oil, Maison Louis Marie perfume, a Deiji studios robe, or a 90s inspired Silk Laundry slip. With this kit out, you’ll be a part of the stylish George Street set in no time.

78 George Street


Harpers Emporium

Speaking of luxury… Harpers Emporium know it like the back of their well-manicured hands. With a beautifully curated collection of luxury labels like Transit, Lily & Lionel, American Vintage and many more, you’ll be feeling (and looking!) a million bucks. You’ll be smelling a million bucks, too – Harpers Emporium have an impressive selection of fragrances from exclusive international parfumeries. Ooh la la!

Shop B, 88 George Street


Manusa Organic Beauty + Spa

With all this shopping, you’ll probably be ready for some relaxation, too. Manusa Organic Beauty and Spa will be the salve to any stress, with aromatherapy, deep tissue and reflexology massages, full body scrubs and wraps, facials and more treatments on offer – all accompanied, of course, by their very own organic skincare range, Eminence.

130B George Street


East Fremantle Heritage Trail

It’s hard to ignore the rich historical architecture of East Freo, and luckily there’s an easy way to find out more! Take a stroll through the three kilometre East Fremantle Heritage Trail and discover more about the history of the area, with interactive QR codes available for you to scan throughout.


George Street Festival

Want to get all your eating, drinking, shopping and exploring in one? After a two year hiatus, the George Street Festival is back and better than ever! Taking place on Sunday 5th of December, the community event will be a celebration of everything fantastic about East Freo – with artisan food stalls, wares, music and family friendly activities. Keep an eye on their Facebook page HERE for updates.

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Cover photo via The Left Bank