WA is slowly opening back up, and it’s obvious we’re all pretty excited to get out and start supporting local pubs, cafes and restaurants in the coming weeks.

Restaurants around town are starting to open for dine-in, so are places down south, and even the old Drive-In Theatre is back in business.

One thing we know a lot of you are hanging for is that classic pub combo – the parmi and pint!

And here’s 20 places you can pop into over the weekend to feed those desires.

Remember to book ahead, be safe, and enjoy one of life’s finest luxuries:

The Bayswater Hotel

The Bayswater Hotel is back and rocking a huge new menu, of course featuring a few chicken schnitty options. Seating is limited so they ask you to call ahead and book on 9271 7111.

78-80 Railway Parade, Bayswater


Benny’s

Fremantle fave Benny’s will still be rocking their takeaway and delivery service, but now you can also dine-in for a bite to eat from 7.30am every day. Spaces are obviously limited so they encourage you to book via their website.

10-12 South Tce, Fremantle


The Carine

Northern Suburbs staple The Carine are open from 12-3pm and 5-9pm Wednesday to Sunday with sittings limited to 90 minutes. Drinks with a meal of course, with bookings essential and limited to a maximum number of six people. Hit their website to book now.

493 Beach Road, Duncraig


Clancy’s Fish Pub Canning Bridge

While all Clancy’s Fish Pubs are back in business (website here), their Canning Bridge joint is the only one slinging parmis. Along with a la carte there’s a $45 set menu, with dining sessions running 5.30pm and 7.30pm on Friday and 11.30am, 1.30pm, 5.30pm and 7.30pm on Saturday and Sunday. Book via phone on 9364 7322 or email [email protected]

903 Canning Hwy, Applecross


The Duke Bar & Bistro

The Duke are open from 11.30am daily, allowing for 90-minute blocks throughout the day. They’ve already been pretty slammed, so booking is essential on 9387 7766 or via their website. If you can hold (and get in) next Wednesday, they rock a $15 parmi special, which is also available for takeaway.

2 Innesvale Way, Carramar


Ficus

Ficus atop Yagan Square have been closed for a couple of months now, but are back with a new look and brand new menu, featuring a free range chicken parmi for only $16! Their focus on supporting only the freshest local suppliers guarantees this one will be worth the wait. Book via their website.

Corner Wellington & William St, Perth


The Globe Perth

The Globe is back and pouring pints as of today, open Monday- Saturday from 12-8pm and Sundays 12-6pm. Bookings are easily done via their website, and they’ll be adhering to all the health and safety protocols necessary for a safe dining experience.

495 – 497 Wellington Street, Perth


The Groove Train

Like restaurants, retail shops around WA are also starting to open up again. Fortunately you can combine both at The Groove Train at Carousel, operating from 9am-8pm Monday-Saturday and 11am-8pm Sunday for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Take a break from the shops and hook into a parmi and beer upstairs at Carousel.

1382 Albany Hwy, Cannington


The Greenwood Hotel

As of Thursday 21 May The Greenwood Hotel & Sports Bar will be open Wednesday-Sunday 12-3pm and 5.30-8.30pm, with 90-minute settings at all times. Bookings are limited to a maximum of five people, so make sure you get onto it now via this booking form.

349 Warwick Road, Greenwood


The Guildford Hotel

After a little time off, The Guildford Hotel is back pouring pints Monday-Thursday, 12-8pm and Friday-Sunday, 11am-9pm. You can have a squiz at their huge menu here, featuring a very tasty-looking 300gm chicken parmi. Book now via this link.

349 Warwick Road, Greenwood


The Kingsley Tavern

The Kingsley Tavern have re-opened their Sports Bar for dine-ins, operating from 11am daily and in two-hour blocks throughout the day. Book your table now (maximum of six per booking) by call them on 9409 6767.

90 Kingsley Drive, Kingsley


The Kwinana Local

If you feel like making a trip down to McGowan country (or already live there of course), The Kwinana Local’s bistro is back in business from 12-8pm daily. Bookings are essential (and kept to a maximum of 6), so give them a call on 6397 2688 and settle in for 90 minutes of parmi and pint heaven.

1 Chisham Avenue, Kwinana


The Lookout

Starting May 19, The Lookout in Scarborough will be operating on a first in first served basis sticking to the 20 pax guidelines. Opening times are Tuesday-Thursday 5-8pm, Friday 5-8.30pm and Saturday/Sunday 12-8.30pm, with takeaway and deliveries still available and if you do a bit of digging, an insanely cheap parmi special on one of the days ;).

148 The Esplanade, Scarborough


Market City Tavern

Market City Tavern’s Jack Caddy’s Bistro and Sports Bar are now open separately for 20 person capacity dine-ins! Both have different rules in terms of booking times and size, so your best bet is head to their respective websites (Jack Caddy’s / Sports Bar). Rest assured though, there are parmis to be paired with pints at all times.

280 Bannister Rd, Canning Vale


Marri Park Tavern

Marri Park Tavern is back to dine-in once you’ve hit a few balls on the golf course. The kitchen is open Monday-Thursday from 12-2pm and 6-8pm, along with 12-8pm Friday to Sunday. Bookings are essential, and can be done via their Facebook page.

34 Marri Park Dve, Casuarina


The National Hotel

The National Hotel in Freo is back open from today for dine-in lunches and dinners, including $20 parmis and steak sandwiches! Tables are obviously limited, so bookings encouraged via this link.

90 High St, Fremantle


The Queens Hotel

They’ve been closed up for a while, but The Queens Hotel on Beaufort St are back baby. Open for lunch and dinner from Wednesday to Sunday, there’s three 90-minute time slots available for each, with a maximum table size of five guests. Head to their website to get booking.

520 Beaufort St, Highgate


The Rosemount Hotel

Everyone’s favourite beer garden is back in business, open 12-9pm Wednesday to Sunday. Bookings can be made for 12pm, 4pm and 6pm by email only ([email protected]), with walk-ins accepted according to availability. Even better, their chicken parmi is regularly rated as one of Perth’s finest.

459 Fitzgerald Street, North Perth


The Stirling Arms

The Stirling Arms in Guildford will be serving meals 7 days a week from midday til late, with bookings available every 90 minutes from open. Book via this link.

117 James St, Guildford


The Wembley Hotel

The Wembley Hotel’s Bistro is back in the swing of things, open from 11.30am with bookings obviously essential. You can give them a call on 9383 7488 or hit this link to get amongst it, and don’t forget their takeaway menu is still rocking.

344 Cambridge Street, Wembley


W Churchill

The CBD is slowly beginning to awaken from its COVID-19 slumber, and one of the venues opening its doors back up is W Churchill, who also happen to dish up one serious chicken parmi. To find out more and book your table, head to their website or email [email protected]

125 St Georges Terrace, Perth


Woodvale Tavern

The Woodvale Tavern is now open for dine-in from 11am, with 90-minute booking blocks throughout the day. Give them a call on 9309 4288 or hit this link to get in there, although as you can imagine they’ve already been pretty slammed. Pro-tip, hit ’em up on a Thursday for their $15 all-day parmi takeaway special.

143 Trappers Drive, Woodvale


Cover photo from Benny’s.

If we missed a spot you think should be here, let us know – [email protected] with “Perth Parmis” in the subject.

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