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What’s open in Perth City this weekend?

What’s open in Perth City this weekend?

This Saturday the 6th of June, phase 3 easing of government restrictions has enabled more restaurants and bars to open and start operating. Western Australia is the first state in the nation to implement the new 2 square metre per person capacity. You can stop worrying about what you are going to cook for dinner and enjoy a memorable family night out. We all know it can be expensive to eat out rather than stay home, so we’ve done all the hard work for you and compiled a list of restaurants you can take the family out to without breaking the bank.

Munchy Monk Dumpling House | Northbridge

This hidden gem is tucked in an alleyway in Northbridge and serves up some of the best handmade dumplings and wontons Perth has to offer. The correct way to eat a dumpling is to do so in one bite, so make that bite a big one and be sure to try their unique hamburger dumplings. A plate of these dumplings will only set you back by $13.  You can view their whole menu here.

Varsity Bar | Northbridge

This American themed sports bar offers all meals cheap and cheerful such as pizzas, hot dogs and loaded fries. However, Varsity Bar is renowned for their mouth-watering burgers which start from $13. The energy in Varsity is always high, a great place to enjoy a few drinks while the family tucks into a delicious meal. Find out more here.

Monsterella | Wembley

Who can say no to woodfired pizza? Especially when the restaurant been rated as one of the best pizzerias in Perth. What makes their pizzas stand out is that they are 100% handmade and risen for 48 hours. Pizza prices start from $18 and this restaurant is BYO, so don’t forget that bottle of red. Make sure you reserve a table as Monsterella is always pumping.

Gusto Gelato | Elizabeth Quay

Made with top quality ingredients, Gusto has perfected the art of gelato.  Handcrafted in small batches using traditional techniques that were learnt in the renowned town of Bologna, Italy. The only issue you will come across is deciding which flavour to choose from. Make sure you keep an eye out on their Instagram page to find out what the special flavour of the week is! Take home tubs start from $15. Find out more about Gusto’s philosophy here.

Ben and Jerry’s | Northbridge

With over 577 scoop shops around the world, Ben and Jerrys have name a name for themselves by having wild combinations that just work. Next time you are tossing between which flavour you should get, give Phish Food a try, chocolate ice cream with a caramel and marshmallow swirl and chunks of fudge shaped fish, for $4 a scoop. Read more about their flavours here.

Geláre | Perth

Geláre has been home to pancakes, waffles and ice cream for over 30 years. What makes their ice cream different to most is that it contains no air, whereas in the early days of manufacturing most places would pump the ice cream with 50% air to double their yield. Pick up a scoop of ice cream from $6.50. Find out about their story here.

With cinemas, zoos and arcades reopening on the 6th of June, why not take this opportunity to make a weekend out your family night and stay in the city centre with us at Holiday Inn Perth. The hotel is within walking distance to train stations and Elizabeth Quay, which means saving on not having to take Uber’s and being able to sit back and enjoy a drink and support local venues which need your patronage in the after-effects of COVID19 in WA. Jump on the free Red Cat at the hotel’s doorstep for easy transport to Perth Arena and many other attractions. Get the best deal on Perth accommodation at Holiday Inn Perth City Centre when you book direct.