Cafes, Restaurants and Dining in Perth, Western Australia.

Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe launch

Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe launch

Apr 21, 2017

Guylian, the world’s favourite Belgian chocolates, is proud to announce the opening of Guylian Belgian Chocolate Café (GBCC) on St Georges Terrace Perth. Located at the newly renovated Western Australian Club, 101 St Georges Terrace, the new cafe will open its doors on Monday 1st May 2017 with a host of...

AHA Welcomes Skilled Migration Reform

AHA Welcomes Skilled Migration Reform

Apr 18, 2017

The Australian Hotels Association (WA) has welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement that it is reforming the skilled migration programme and putting the focus on jobs for Australians. AHA(WA) CEO Bradley Woods said abolishing the 457 visa and introducing a new Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) visa...

Cider and ale blaze a trail in Swan Valley

Cider and ale blaze a trail in Swan Valley

Apr 11, 2017

The City of Swan is shaking things up with the launch of its new Swan Valley Cider and Ale Trail. While wine is aplenty in the oldest wine producing region in WA, sometimes the palate calls for something more, like a thirst-quencing, chilled beer or cider, and in step with the trendy craft beer movement,...

CATCH A ‘COUPAN’ THIS WINTER AT BREWHOUSE MARGARET RIVER

CATCH A ‘COUPAN’ THIS WINTER AT BREWHOUSE MARGARET RIVER

Apr 6, 2017

Brewhouse Margaret River is about to release its biggest beer yet for the second time, Coupan Imperial Stout.  Along with a varied sessionable range of beers to suit every taste, this one is not to be taken lightly! The ‘Coupan’ Imperial Stout at 8.6% was a one-off batch developed by both Head Brewer...

TOAST THE ANZAC SPIRIT

TOAST THE ANZAC SPIRIT

Apr 6, 2017

Veteran support group Young Veterans has commissioned a beer that they hope will feature heavily at pubs and RSL clubs across Australia on ANZAC Day this year. Ten percent of all sales of the Young Veterans Two Up Pale Ale, brewed by Albatross Brewing in Mordialloc, are donated directly to the...

Australian Barista Championship crowns back-to-back winner

Australian Barista Championship crowns back-to-back winner

Apr 4, 2017

Hugh Kelly of Canberra’s Ona Coffee was crowned winner of the Australian Barista Championships this weekend, making him only the second Australian to take out the top prize two years in a row. High pipped Axil Coffee Roasters’ Matthew Lewin at the post leaving him in second place, while Jade...

WA’s Best Steak Sandwich Competition

WA’s Best Steak Sandwich Competition

Apr 4, 2017

The Australian Hotels Association (WA) has launched the 2017 WA’s Best Steak Sandwich Competition, with venues across the state working hard to satisfy customers’ taste buds and score enough votes to go into a cook-off in May. Over 60 venues, divided into metropolitan Perth and Country WA, are competing...

Heading down South?

Heading down South?

Mar 29, 2017

The annual IGA Taste Great Southern is under way and it’s a great excuse to visit our South West. There’s so much to see and do in this lovely part of Western Australia. Make sure you go to the website now to select the events you wish to attend. Some events are already sold out, so we recommend...

Toast to the Coast

Toast to the Coast

Mar 22, 2017

Saturday 22 April 2017. Save this date – the Saturday after Easter and before ANZAC Day – for the 11th annual Toast to the Coast Festival at Mindarie Marina. This Festival celebrates Food, Beer, Cider & Wine, and is sponsored by the City of Wanneroo. There’ll be gourmet food tastings,...

AHA Endorses and Welcomes New WA Tourism Minister

AHA Endorses and Welcomes New WA Tourism Minister

Mar 21, 2017

The Australian Hotels Association (WA) welcomes the announcement by incoming WA Premier Mark McGowan that Paul Papalia will take on the portfolios of Tourism and Racing, Gaming and Liquor, along with Small Business. AHA(WA) CEO Bradley Woods congratulates Mr Papalia on his appointments. “Paul Papalia...

Positive Signs for Tourism and Hospitality Jobs in WA

Positive Signs for Tourism and Hospitality Jobs in WA

Mar 21, 2017

The number of overseas visitors to Western Australia grew last year by 12.4%, higher than the national rate of 11.2%, bringing approximately 105,000 more visitors to WA. New International Visitor Survey data released by Tourism WA revealed the growth in international visitor numbers to WA in 2016 was driven...

Mandurah’s CrabFest

Mandurah’s CrabFest

Mar 16, 2017

The inaugural Crab Fest was held in 1999 on the Western Foreshore, and was a replacement for the Mandurah Kanyana Festival, held from 1966-1988. In 2001, Crab Fest moved from the Western to the Eastern Foreshore to allow for better connections with the business community and transport infrastructure. From...

From Ocean To Plate

From Ocean To Plate

Mar 16, 2017

The Channel 7 Mandurah Crab Fest is excited to launch its first ever cook book to celebrate the local food culture in Mandurah and to keep the festival’s food focus alive after Mandurah’s biggest festival weekend. Crab Fest has a long history of offering a unique experiences for all ages and tastes, and...

Micro Bars for Hotels, Taverns and Small Bars

Micro Bars for Hotels, Taverns and Small Bars

Mar 14, 2017

The AHA has welcomed WA Labor’s innovative policy to allow existing local bricks and mortar hospitality venues to stage micro-festivals, and operate their own micro bars at these events. Labor’s proposal would make it easier for pubs, taverns and small bar businesses to operate remote off premise bars...

Under the Bridge Food Trucks

Under the Bridge Food Trucks

Mar 8, 2017

Wondering what to do in Fremantle on a Monday night? Every Monday Freo’s finest food trucks are serving up the street food vibes between the two bridges in East Freo from 5 to 9 pm. It’s an amazing location – right by the water – bring the family down and get...

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