Bunbury’s burgeoning small bar scene recently went to a whole new level with the City’s first rooftop venue opening its doors (or more fittingly, its roof).
Brooklyn32 has quickly become a favourite watering hole for both locals and visitors, and it is little surprise why.
The rooftop bar and lounge, inspired by downtown New York, oozes summer vibes and chilled out tunes while taking in the fresh coastal air and panoramic views of Bunbury’s CBD and the picturesque Leschenault Inlet.
Brooklyn32’s ideal location on the corner of Carey Street and Casuarina Drive sees it smack bang in the middle of an area being transformed into a haven of eateries and taphouses connecting the City’s epic waterways to the CBD.
Bunbury’s newest bar boasts not only a funky rooftop area, but the Brooklyn-inspired downstairs lounge (think Chesterfield couches, chic chandeliers and trendy booths) provides a more intimate and elegant setting to be enjoyed year-round.
The drinks menu is extensive and a focus on local breweries and wineries means this cool bar is a welcome newcomer in what is just the latest addition to Bunbury’s flourishing restaurant and small bar scene.
Across town, the uber-cosy Lost Bills bar has become a staple institution for the people of Bunbury – along with visitors – with the team shaking some seriously good cocktails and providing quality banter.
While restaurants such as Market Eating House, Yours or Mine or Mojo’s Kitchen & Bar – just to name a few – have become renowned for their amazing food, but all offer impressive drink menus and trendy settings to wet your whistle.
Along with a host of established pubs such as the Rose Hotel, Prince of Wales and Parade Hotel, there truly is something for everyone in Bunbury.
Most of Bunbury’s eateries celebrate fresh local produce, wineries and breweries – which we’re pretty proud of too.