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7 Must-Visit Bars In Fremantle

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A vibrant hub of bohemian revelry and artistic expression, Fremantle is undoubtedly Perth’s most fascinating port town. Bursting with history and charm, this distinctly beautiful pocket of Perth is host to a wealth of pubs and bars, from Fremantle’s iconic breweries to sophisticated rooftop bars. 

Whatever your heart desires, you’ll find a bar in Fremantle to suit. Here are our favourite new bars and classic haunts to try during your next visit.

The best new bars to try in Fremantle

Al Lupo

A group of friends enjoy finger food and cocktails at Al Lupo, a bar in Fremantle

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Location: 26 Leighton Beach Boulevard, North Fremantle

Good food, good wine, and good luck. This is what Al Lupo was founded on and is exactly what you can expect when you visit this beautiful beachside bar.

First conceived by two hospitality veterans and designed by renowned WA architect Michael Petroni, this modern beach bar is an artful expression of elegant simplicity, with an emphasis on capturing its calming coastal location in its cosy design.

Offering a seafood-centric menu and Italian tipples, this fantastic Fremantle bar is just waiting for you to take a seat.

La Lune

The interior of La Lune bar features light blue velvet booths with small round, white marbled and gold-edged tables

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Location: 73 George Street, East Fremantle

Serving everything from classic crème brûlée to steak tartare and duck, La Lune is a Parisian-style bar and restaurant with a NYC twist.

Paying homage to the bistros of Lower Manhattan, expect sophisticated brasserie cooking with a beautifully-paired drinks list of French and Australian wines, on-theme cocktails, and France’s famous anise-flavoured liqueurs.

With a stunning outdoor terrace and cosy bar space, there is a corner for every mood at La Lune.

Vin Populi

The interior of Vin Populi features a blackboard with their Italian food menu items and their wine list. Underneath, a sidetable is lined with bottles of wine

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Location: 9-13 High Street, Fremantle

Sometimes, all you need is a glass of wine and some hand made pasta. 

Vin Populi is Fremantle’s newest sophisticated wine bar and Italian restaurant serving up fresh pasta, delicious local meats, an impressive Italian-Australian wine list (160 options, to be exact), and Italian cocktails you’ll love.

They’ve ditched printed menus in favour of the classic chalkboard to ensure their dishes are a celebration of only the freshest seasonal ingredients available. Simply walk in and discover what delicious dishes they have available today!

The Fremantle bars you know and love

Mrs Brown

Mrs Brown bar has exposed brick walls, pendant warm lights, and a large bar stocked with liquor bottles

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Location: 241 Queen Victoria Street, North Fremantle

Nestled in an old Victorian terrace, you will find Mrs Brown, Fremantle’s quintessential neighbourhood small bar.

Whether you’d prefer to cosy up by the fire with a glass of wine and a game of scrabble or enjoy an ice-cold beer in their sunny courtyard in summer, this delightful bar is the perfect place to gather year round.

With an emphasis on wine, they also offer cocktails, premium spirits, and revolving tap beers, plus they’re open every day til late.

Young George

Young George is a bar in a renovated garage space with modern interior designs and a wooden bar countertop

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Location: 48 George Street, East Fremantle

Young George is your unique neighbourhood bar delivering only the best in globally-inspired cuisine.

Designed to be shared, their mouth-watering menu remains true to its East Fremantle locale by using only the freshest local seafood.

Grab a table and sample your way through their incredible wine list, followed by classic cocktails, craft beers, and ciders.

Duke of George

The Duke of George is a dark jazz bar with musicians performing on a stage

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Location: 135 George St, East Fremantle

The swinging sounds of New Orleans meet local, seasonal, and sustainable food at Fremantle’s favourite jazz and blues bar.

Offering New Orleans style and splendour in this quirky pocket of Freo, the Duke is where you go for a true entertainment experience, showcasing everything from comedy to cabaret.

Enjoy full table dining service, sumptuous servings, and classic cocktails in your choice of intimate rooms.

Tradewinds Bar & Bistro

A picnic table with five glasses of fruity cocktails

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Location: 1 Sewell St, East Fremantle

Kick back with friends and family on the banks of the Swan River and indulge in award-winning Australian wines at the Tradewinds Bar & Bistro.

Serving up classic cocktails with a view, this Fremantle bar and restaurant is perfect day or night, pouring espressos in the morning and espresso martinis in the evening.

With delicious, seasonal fare paired with hand-picked beers and wines, you’ll be sure to find something to suit all tastes and dietary requirements at the Tradewinds.

Explore Fremantle from our riverview apartments

With so many bars in Fremantle to choose from, why pick just one? With our fully-serviced riverview apartments, you can indulge in everything Fremantle has to offer without the hassle of an expensive Uber ride home or organising a designated driver.

Simply book a night at our hotel and treat yourself to a weekend to remember!