From bottomless gnocchi to bottomless brunch, we’ve hunted down the best bottomless venues to visit. But, what do you wear? We’ve taken away the hassle of finding the right outfit with these comfortable and stylish get-ups that will guide you in the right direction.
The Look - What to wear to Perth's best bottomless offerings
The Stables Bar – Bottomless Botanicals
Did someone say two hours of bottomless bursting botanical cocktails? Keep the gin coming! You can feast on the three-course menu every Saturday from August 29 at this Hay Street haunt.
The Stables has a smart casual aesthetic, which means an elegant and feminine wrap dress for the ladies, and a collared shirt with chinos for the men. Don’t worry about what colour to wear, anything goes, but if you’re wanting to play it safe then navy, black, grey and white are your best options.
The Westin Perth - Haven Lounge High Tea
High tea is always a great excuse to dress-up! Whether you play with colours and patterns, or stick to minimal white, the high tea dress code is normally smart casual…so best to avoid jeans. Co-ord sets are all the rage this season and you can’t go wrong with a matching white top and pant set, just ensure the top is roomy. Guys, grab a jacket for this elegant affair. Layering neutral tones will add a smart element to your outfit without being too casual.
The Westin Perth’s Haven Lounge serve their Truffle High Tea on Saturdays and Sundays (until the 28 September) and not only serve delicious sweet and savoury treats, but unlimited (bottomless) coffee, tea and herbal infusions for two hours when dining in. Yes, please!
Tiisch – Bottomless Brunch
One of Perth’s original bottomless brunch offerings is all about free-flowing beverages! Boozy breakfast lovers flock to Tiisch for amazing food and two hours of bottomless Bloody Marys, bubbly, wine or beer. This Hay St restaurant has a relaxed vibe with a beautiful interior to match.
For a casual brunch style, look to natural fibres like cotton and linen in fresh pastel or muted tones. A casual polo t-shirt for the guys is a must – it’s dressier than a crew-neck tee and not as formal as a collared button shirt.
Visit Country Road on Hay Street and David Jones Hay Street.
The Aviary – Poppin' Pancake Brunch
Did someone say pancake brunch? This CBD rooftop bar is offering their Poppin’ Pancake Brunch every Saturday and Sunday, which includes two hours of bottomless sparkling Mimosas and Bellinis.
If you’re wanting to wear jeans, then this is the venue. A casual shirt with jeans and sneakers for guys is comfortable and smart, while ladies can introduce some colour and fun with a bold top. The Aviary is busy on a Saturday night, so when choosing your outfit just be prepared that you might kick on into the night.
- 24 Aug '20