A new garden bar is coming to Mount Hawthorn, just in time for summer. Popular Middle Eastern and Mediterranean inspired eatery Pogo will launch their Garden Bar with a series of weekly events, including a Hip Hop & Hummus Sunday Session, on November 1.

Located in the Hawaiian’s Mezz, Pogo is the latest offering from Perth restauranteurs Eamon Sullivan and Scott Bridger, the team behind Bib & Tucker, Goody Two’s, May Street Larder and Sammy’s. The name Pogo was inspired by the team’s passion for bouncing between cuisines, countries and flavours.

Offering a tasty menu from executive chef Scott Bridger, signature cocktails and chic décor, Pogo is set to become the ultimate hangout for the summer with the addition of the new leafy alfresco space, complete with festoon lights and beautiful flowering vines.

It will create the perfect shady spot to kick back on balmy summer evenings, and if you have a special event coming up, you’ll be pleased to know that the space will be bookable for private functions.

Look out for weekly offerings and specials such as BYO night on Wednesday evenings from 5pm, Happy Hour from 4 – 5pm and their Hip Hop & Hummus Sunday Sessions from 4pm – 7pm.

Details

Restaurant Summer Opening Hours: Wed – Thu 5pm – 10pm, Fri – Sun 5pm – late.
Bar Summer Opening Hours: Fri – Sun, 3pm – late.
See their website for more info.

 

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