Wednesday, 11 November 2020

Farewell to a Perth wine institution

Perth will next month say farewell to one of its wining and dining icons with the news that Must Winebar will close its doors after almost 20 years. 

After 19 years of being "a little slice of Paris", Must will cease trading on Saturday, December 19, as its lease has ended. 

"Must has formed such a large part of my life, it's been a gratifying experience to work with so many great people who've progressed to the top of the hospitality field in Australia, and many more who've moved into professions after spending time working in our little bit of Paris on Beaufort Street," said owner Russell Blaikie.

"Our customers are the most loyal, wonderful, fun people to look after, we love them and all the vibrancy that they've brought into our doors week after week. There’s wonderful sentiment in the scores of comments we’ve had from them. Since the announcement we have had over a thousand bookings...and counting.

"I've also had the privilege of being in business partnership with a bunch of great human beings, who've been supportive, caring and always in to lend a hand. I'll also mention our landlord, he's provided great support to the business in this year of Covid-19.”

The menu over the final few weeks will feature icon dishes including the Must charcuterie plate; and blue manna crab angel hair pasta.

 See www.must.com.au

 

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