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Northbridge, the neighborhood just north of Perth Station, is home to some of the city’s best nightclubs and ethnic food. Start your night out with some dinner before dancing the night away at one of the dozens of area clubs including Geisha Bar and The Deen, which has three dance floors. Head down to James Street or Lake Street for a great selection of clubs. If you want a truly over-the-top night, check out Devilles Pad: a Las Vegas style, hell-themed bar on Aberdeen Street. Catering to over 25s, Devilles has a cabaret Friday and Saturday nights, along with caged go-go dancers with DJs playing a mix of 60s, Latin, soul, disco and 80s music.
The pubs and bars in Subiaco, Mount Lawley and Highgate all cater to a more mature crowd. The Subiaco Hotel, built in 1896, is still one of the more popular nightspots. In Highgate, Must Winebar offers dozens of wines by the glass, making it the perfect place for red and white lovers alike.