Wild In The Street, South Fremantle

South Freo Levels Up With Two New Small Bars From La Cabana And Madalena’s!

bySally Hall
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While locals will know that South Freo’s always been a vibe, the arrival of Madalena’s and La Cabaña made it a destination. And now things are getting even better with both opening two new small bars in the past week.

A combined effort from the crew behind La Cabaña and Beer Farm manager George Scott, Wild in the Street is only 100m down the road from the popular coastal Mexican eatery. A true South Freo project undertaken by lifelong locals, the colourful bar reflects the area’s eclectic makeup – and the tapas menu will feature locally grown produce, enhanced by the wood-fire oven.

Madalena’s has long been a favourite for its relaxed Spanish-inspired yet uniquely West Australian fare – and they’ve quite literally taken things to another level with a new upstairs bar.

Madalena's new upstairs bar, South Fremantle

While the ground-level restaurant is keeping to its award-winning formula, upstairs will be a little more loosey-goosey, with a more experimental, laissez-faire approach to the menu – although you can still expect to see plenty of seafood-based snacks. As well as their top-tier wine selection, the bar will also be offering a robust range of cocktails, including some uniquely Madalena’s twists on classics.

Wild in the Street is located at 2/388 South Terrace, Fremantle

Madalena’s is located at 406 South Terrace, South Fremantle