For those of you who have been missing Friday night drinks at Hadiqa’s rooftop oasis, or a cheeky whiskey downstairs at Varnish, next week is looking up! Sneakers & Jeans, the hospitality group behind the iconic Perth bars, have announced that they will be flinging back open the doors starting Friday 22 May, ready for both lunch and dinner service.

Catering to the 20-person limitation, they’ll be hosting two lunch and two dinner sittings on Fridays and Saturdays until further notice, featuring a set menu that showcases the signature dishes of each venue.

Sittings will be held at:

Lunch: 12.15pm and 2pm
Dinner: 5.30pm, 7pm and 8.45pm

Your re-entry to restaurant dining will be marked with a celebratory flute of Villa Sandi Prosecco or a schooner of beer, and there will be paired beverage packages available.

“The crew are pumped to kick the doors open and fire up the kitchens, revelry and speakers!” said Sneakers & Jeans Director, Andy Freeman. “We can’t wait to get back to doing what we do best.”

Dining will only be available Fridays and Saturday, and it’s essential that you book 24hr in advance. Cost per sitting is $82pp, pre-paid. Check out the set menus from each venue below.

The Flour Factory

Mini make-your-own G&T masterclass on arrival.

  • Charcuterie to share
  • Skull Island Prawns
  • Lamb shank, fried quinoa & sherry jus
  • Garden beans, black garlic & savoury granola
  • Crispy potatoes, lemon maple & aioli
  • Profiteroles, creme patisserie

Pre-paid bookings:

Varnish on King

Varnish Mini Bacon flight masterclass on arrival (paired with whiskey or wine).

  • Maple bourbon chicken wings with lime
  • Chip & dip with chicken parfait & sweet potato crisps
  • Fried sprouts with honey & yoghurt
  • Harvey Beef tri tip with chimichurri
  • Buttermilk custard tart with macadamias

Pre-paid bookings:


Mini make-your-own Spritz masterclass on arrival.

  • Soft and crispy pita with seasonal dip
  • Saganaki with marmalade
  • Braised lamb tagine, piquillo peppers, ras el hanout and sesame seeds, rice
  • Cauliflower salad, piperade, salsa verde, zatar
  • Akee delights

Pre-paid bookings:

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