About

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The Moon opened its doors in 1991 and after over 20 years of service still remains one of Perth’s most well known and loved night spots. From its classic art deco interior, through the doors to the kitsch retro courtyard, it has played a part in many local upbringings and housed early performances by some of Perth’s most remarkable artists. Homely eats until the early hours, a quick drink on your way out/home or wile the night away listening to genuinely interesting music in the cosy lounge room out back.. The Moon is a classic.

2014 saw a breath of new life at The Moon, with the implementation of a new dinner menu, new drinks & desserts menu, the introduction of weekend brunch and a new lick of paint across the walls.

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The Moon – Late Night Café
Shop 2/323 William St
NORTHBRIDGE 6003
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Bookings & Enquiries
Ph: +61 8 93287474

TRADING HOURS:
Mon: 5pm-1am
Tue: 5pm-1am
Wed: 5pm-1am
Thu: 5pm-1am
Fri: 12pm-2:30am
Sat: 10am-2:30am
Sun: 10am-1am
CLOSED PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
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A bit of history about the building itself…

“The Interwar Art Deco Building at No. 323 William Street, Northbridge was constructed in 1930. Situated on a prominent corner of William and Newcastle Street, it was the location of the popular dance venue known as the Blue Room Cabaret in the 1930s to 1950s.

Local residents recall that at the time, as the tram stopped on Newcastle Street and slowly turned the corner into William Street heading towards the city, you could hear bands playing old time music and watch couples gliding across the polished wooden floor to dances of the era such as the waltz, the quickstep and the pride of erin. Children who were too young to attend the dances would delight in standing outside the windows watching ladies in long dresses and men in suits and ties.

In the early years the building was also a popular venue for ethnic socials and weddings and later occupied an ice skating rink on the first floor. In the early 1950s the Midland Bus Company took over the building for use as their bus depot and more recently the building has been used for shops, offices & restaurants.”
– Credit: City of Vincent. More info at www.vincentheritage.com.au