A few of our fave spots for a negroni around Perth

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If you’re a negroni lover, you’ll know its a simple drink which needs to be executed to perfection.

Here are some of the best spots around Perth that do negronis just right:

Canteen Pizza

There are few pairings that exceed an icy negroni and a piping hot pizza on a sunny afternoon. In Applecross, you’ll be able to tick all the boxes (permitted the weather is in on the deal). Canteen Pizza serve up a few different types to choose from: classico, sbagliato, espresso, bianco and sour cherry. Diluted to perfection, in a pretty glass and arriving to the table next to a plate of capricciosa? How could we say no.

Negroni Perth Canteen Pizza

32 Ardross Street, Applecross


In Wembley you’ll find Mummucc, a wine bar with a focus on quality over quantity and their negroni is no exception to the rule. Only offering a few cocktails on their menu, a classic negroni is one of them and it’s clear they’ve perfected it. Grab one of their perfect pastas or order pizza from their pals next door, Monsterella, for the perfect evening.

46/56 Grantham Street, Wembley

Republic of Fremantle

There is something to be said about the dangers of a batched negroni spritz made so accessible by our friends at the Republic of Freo. Combining the best locally made spirits, into a bottle to keep in your fridge door, for whenever the mood happens to strike? Why did we not think of this earlier. For those looking for the dine-in experience, they’ve got all bases covered. Three kinds of negroni are available in the classic and bianco style, as well as a fig leaf negroni spritz.

Negroni Perth Republic of Fremantle

3 Pakenham Street, Fremantle

Little Things Gin Distillery

We know, super creative putting another distillery as one of the best locations for a negroni! Locally-crafted signature gin, campari and vermouth stirred to perfection in the confines of their Subiaco warehouse. Little Things have been operating since 2019, giving them five years to master the art of negroni and they’ve done exactly that. A stones’ throw from Daglish train station this is the perfect option for anyone without the luxury of a deso driver.

205a Railway Road, Subiaco

Il Lido Italian Canteen

It makes perfect sense for this reliable Italian haunt to have a dedicated negroni menu. On Marine parade in the heart of Cottesloe you’ll find Il Lido stirring seven (!) different kinds of negroni – most notably, the bounty. Try this sweet, nutty spin on the classic in place of your usual tiramisu, or get both. We can’t tell you what to do, but just quietly if you head there between 4 and 6pm they’ll only set you back $12.

Negroni Perth Il Lido

88 Marine Parade, Cottesloe


The perfect venue for people watching and laid back drink in the later afternoon. Juanita’s has become an institution, known for its negroni and Aperol Spritz, there is a reason you won’t be able to find a seat after 6pm on a Friday. Old school diner style benches, with an eclectic mix of decor on the interior, you can choose to sit outside for that continental, al fresco-style experience. Just make sure you get the salt and vinegar fries.

341 Rokeby Road, Subiaco

Ezra Pound

Another dangerously accessible negroni sitting at $12 on Mondays as part of hospo night, alongside Thursday and Sunday aperitivo hour. Don’t let the bargain fool you either, Ezra Pound are well versed in their mixology and it’s clear in their negronis.

Negroni Perth Ezra Pound

189 William Street, Northbridge


Think ’70s European style decor, plenty of great food and wine, and even better negronis. Sitting pretty in Maylands, you’ll find Volare and their Aperitivo Tuesday deal – including $15 negronis and spritz as well as free Sicilian olives. Be careful though, once they’ve lured you in it becomes very difficult to leave!

198 Whatley Crescent, Maylands


If gin is your drink of choice, you’ll need no introduction to Frisk. Positioned on Francis Street away from the hustle and bustle (but temptingly close), the gin joint is another stalwart of the 2010 small bar wave. As well as gin, you can also take advantage of their snack offerings – plus a cheeky board game or two. And their Get Frisky Negroni is one to truly savour.

Negroni Perth Frisk

103 Francis Street, Northbridge

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In the heart of the CBD you’ll find a nod to old-world Roman Italian cuisine at Garum. It’s no surprise they stir one of the best negronis in Perth, under the reign of culinary legend Guy Grossi. What will surprise you is the price point – $15 during aperitivo hour from 4:30-6pm Monday to Saturday. You’ll also find their twist on negroni’s cool sister, the negroni bianco. Using bitter bianco liqueur in place of Campari it’s bound to sway any non-believer with its smooth and floral finish.

480 Hay Street, Perth

399 Bar

Okay we’re going a bit Northbridge-heavy in this article, but what can we say? Northbridge is the negroni capital of Perth! And Bar 399 up the top end of William Street serves up one of the best. Their bar staff take a lot of pride in whatever cocktail you’re after, and the negroni is no different – best enjoyed while people-watching the Northbridge hustle and bustle.

Negroni Perth 399Bar

399 William Street, Northbridge

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