Nestled underneath Clyde Common is Ace Hotel's basement bar Pepe le Moko. Down the stairs you'll find an intimate spot for a drink or two and late night nibbles. Pull up a seat at the bar or sink into the low banquettes and while away the night over cocktails, oysters and conversation.
Through a dimly lit alleyway you almost lose your way to Shady Pines. Walking down the stairs into the darkness towards the faint hear drawls and twang of Johnny Cash. Your eyes grow accustomed to the dim lights as you enter through the batwing doors. You notice the stuffed beasts and hear the sounds of peanut shells crunching under your feet. Every inch of this saloon resonates old America, conjuring memories of cowboys and old spaghetti Westerns. The atmosphere is loud and gruff without a fur trapper in sight. The drinks are darn good and the service is slick with everyone behind the bar a full barrel on liquor. With an extensive list of the hard stuff, you can find many a fine whiskey and good times here at Shady Pines - yee haw!Shady Pines Saloon
Shop 4, 236 Crown Street
Seeking higher education on a Wednesday night is easy in North Perth. At The Classroom my friend Ai-Ling aka the Blue Apocalypse and I learnt how to drink midweek cocktails and smash up peanut brittle.