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Recommended guide for eats & drinks at WAM Festival 2016

21 Oct

Over the year’s at WAM we have tried our fair share of Northbridge cuisine, exploring the variety of tasty treats on offer in this diverse suburb. So here’s our Go-To Guide to help keep you fueled over the three spectacular days and nights of WAMFest Presented by Drug Aware. Our ultimate recommendations will take care of your very own coffee fix needs, plus fill up on our favourite late-night eateries across Northbridge from 24hr cuisine to some serious waffle business. Enjoy!

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Coffee & Snacks

Alex Hotel Espresso Lounge [open until late]
Babooshka [open until 2pm]
Bookend
 [open until 4pm Fri, 2pm Sat & Sun]
Chicho Gelato [open until 11pm]
Flora & Fauna [open until 3pm]
Kosta’s [open until 3pm]
Little Willy’s [open until 4pm Fri, 2pm Sat & Sun]
Livingstone’s [open until 4pm]
Polly [open until 5pm]
The Bird [open until 12am]
The Muse Garden Cafe [open until 4pm]

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Northbridge Restaurants

Aisuru Sushi [open until 10pm]
Baby Mammoth [open until 12am]
Bivouac Canteen & Bar [open until 10:30pm]
Francoforte Spaghetti Bar
 [open until 11pm]
Flipside Burgers
[open until 10pm]
Frank’d Hotdogs [open until 11pm]
Is Donburi [open until 9pm]
New Moon [open until 9:30pm]
Pleased To Meet You [open until 12am]
Superstar Waffles [open until 11pm]
Varsity Burgers [open until 10pm]
Lot 20 [open until 12am]
No Mafia [open until 12am]
Porky’s
[open until 10pm]
Shadow Wine [open until late]
Viet Hao [open until 10pm]
Young Love Mess Hall [open until 12am]

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Billy Lees Chinese [open until 4am]
Chimek [open until 2am]
La Cholita [open until 2am]
Moon [open until 2:30am]
Uncle Billy’s Chinese Restaurant [open until 4am]
Lucky Chan’s Laundry + Noodle Bar [open until 3am]
U & I  [open 24hrs]

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WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.