The city of Fremantle is alive with music, gastronomic delights and a flourishing small bar scene. We’ve got the lowdown on three of the best places to sample this classic Italian aperitif via mixologists who really know their cocktails.


This Freo institution has been bringing the goods for years. Their menu reflects elements of traditional Italian flare and includes a long list of expertly done cocktails – with a mean Aperol Spritz, of course!

Cook & Mason

It’s all about seasonality and utilising local produce here. This is evident with a changing food menu and selection of the best local wines and liquors for their cocktails.

Mrs Brown Bar

A small bar that’s big on atmosphere and service, Mrs Brown’s bartenders could put Tom Cruise to shame with their skills, knowledge and killer Aperol Spritzes.

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