Sunday, January 04, 2009
A trip to The Moon needn?t require a rocket and a spacesuit, at least not when you are heading to the Northbridge cafe with the celestial moniker.
Inside, you will find a variety of patrons determined to kick on past Perth?s early closing times. As one of Perth?s only late-night cafes, The Moon is almost always full, particularly at night when it becomes a place for the young and trendy. The average suburban couple would stick out like a sore thumb amid all the facial hair and skinny jeans, but during the day The Moon serves as a relaxed place to eat and drink.
Dark side of the moon
The sun has no place at The Moon and as such it is a dark venue lit only by a batch of eclectic 1970s-style lamps. It is all part of the cafe?s carefully crafted kitsch. A long bar runs the length of one wall and a row of booths lines the other. With glass dividers separating each booth, it could be the classic American diner if it weren?t for the dimmed lights and understated colour scheme. But it is in the ?garden? where the little cafe has the chance to show its true colours. Every bargain you wish you had scored in an op-shop or second-han...
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