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Top10 Best Boozy Long Lunches in Perth

It’s been awhile since most of us have let our hair down so we’ve all got some credit in the bank. Don’t waste your time, here’s the best places in Perth to treat yourself to a long (boozy) lunch.
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With a dedicated bloody mary menu, including our favourite, the BBQ smoked mary, The Shorehouse is built for long boozy lunches. Set atop a hill overlooking Swanbourne Beach, be transported to the Hamptons while feasting on sea-inspired fare.
The bottomless brunch originated in New York so Mack Daddy’s decided to bring it to Perth on limited Sunday dates. Brunch pizzas are served, as are free-flowing Bloody Marys, espresso martinis, bubbles, house beer and wine ($55 per person).
A wine bar is an obvious choice for a boozy lunch but what’s unique about this place is that the food isn’t an afterthought. With a chef hat and a bunch of culinary awards, the fine dining fare will make an impression. The Friday lunch special includes a slice of beef wellington, mashed potato and a glass of red wine for $50 per person.
Ever heard of a prosecco fountain? Neither. We’re here to let you in on the secret – every Saturday and Sunday, The Globe is home to two hours of free flowing prosecco and spritz, coupled with a cocktail jug, brunch grazing board and dessert party board ($49 per person).
There’s nothing more indulgent that oysters and booze. Every Sunday from 1pm, Jerry Fraser (King of Oysters), will be shucking and serving all afternoon long. Caution: this will be a boozy one.
Wine is given equal attention as food at this elegant destination. You’ll soon forget about the perils of the world while sipping on fine wines and fancy fare. Caution: this may turn into dinner.
Don’t get confused by the name, the bakery is certainly the mainstay but the booze list is just as long as its counterpart. Settle in for a long lunch with WA wineries drawing most of the attention.
One of Perth's most talked-about restaurants is also where some of the best boozy lunches should be spent. The impressive Thai inspired cocktail bar rivals the attention of David Thompson’s authentic menu.