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A Brief HistoryWhat Our Bar Stands For

Ezra Pound was part of the first wave of small bars in Perth opening in 2009. We took our inspiration from the prohibition era in America where venues where forced to sneakily provide libations without alerting authorities. It was with this in mind we created a small low key venue that aims to remain hidden from much of the populace and reward those who venture into Northbridge to find us.

You can expect from us
  • Great drinks
  • A safe and low stress venue
  • Professional knowledgeable service
  • Value for money
  • Good times
We expect from you
  • Leave your attitude at the door. We get a diverse mixture of ages and styles so try and climb out of your comfort zone and meet new people.
  • Treat ladies with respect. Don't creep
  • Treat the staff like your hosts. Be a good guest.
  • Try something new.
  • Have fun and as always suggestions go in the suggestion box.

DRINKS MENUWhat's behind the bar

SpecialsCocktail Specials

ROn mariposa

~Rum Butterfly~

Barrel Aged Smoked Rum Blazer

 Ingredients {serves 1}

  • 40ml Angostura 7yo Rum
  • 15ml Pedro Ximenez Sherry
  • 15ml Dark Cacao Liquer
  • 2 Dashes of Angustura Orange Bitters
  • 1 Dash of Angustura Aromatic Bitters

A delectable serving of dark Angostura rum mixed with rich chocolate and sherry. Aged in American Oak barrels to mellow the flavors, and finally ignited to warm and served in an applewood smoked goblet. The perfect indulgent winter warmer.

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NOW PLAYINGTunes We're Currently Bashing

Brownswood Bubblers Five By Gilles Peterson

Gilles Peterson has always remained committed to innovation, experimentation and new talent. His own Brownswood Recordings imprint has been the perfect platform for him to help who he terms as “unsung heroes and emerging talent” to get released and reach more people. The fifth instalment of the series, this mix compilation does exactly that whilst shifting across genres and styles seemingly with each track on a CD that highlights Peterson’s eclectic tastes further.

Although these are artists and tracks that Peterson has been using regularly in his live sets and radio shows, they will largely remain unknown to many. As such it is a great delight that on this offering, we get to hear the fragile and emotive soul-kissed electronica of Ragen Fykes’ “Love Life”, the slow and hazy jazz-house of Ron Basejam’s “Into My Life” and Michael Olatuja’s “Hold On” before moving on to the shy, fractured pop of Samuel & The Dragon’s “Rising Up” and the hip-hop infused breaks of “Happy” by Daru.

Another great funky, soul electric vibe that we just can't get enough of.