O2 in Bassendean to open small bar and restaurant extension in March

Michelle Glass (Owner, O2) looking forward to opening her new bar at O2 in Bassendean. Picture: David Baylis www.communitypix.com.au   d490950
Michelle Glass (Owner, O2) looking forward to opening her new bar at O2 in Bassendean. Picture: David Baylis www.communitypix.com.au d490950

BASSENDEAN cafe O2 will be officially opening its extended small bar and restaurant next month, after a year of renovations.

Owners Michelle Glass and Andrew Mimmo, who hail from Melbourne, opened their cafe on Old Perth Road in 2016.

It stemmed from Mr Mimmo’s idea to run a cafe alongside his plant wall business.

Now, his dream to open a small bar and restaurant has come to life.

The venue will be serving modern-Australian dishes, Italian pizzas and pastas, WA wines and more.

Following a trial run during last weekend’s WonderRealm Bassendean Fringe World Festival, the duo are holding a soft opening on Wednesday.

Ms Glass said most of the construction works were done over Christmas.

“It is still a work in progress but we are getting there,” she said.

“The goal is to get this restaurant up and running and popular and consistent – that is the next step.

“We want to stay competitive and family-friendly and we want to listen to what this community wants.

“We have both come from Melbourne so we are giving a Melbourne feel here too.”

She said they would try use as much local produce and alcohol as possible.

O2 is open from 7.30am until late.

The all-day breakfast menu is available until 2pm, pizzas will be available from noon and the steak, seafood and pizza menu will be available from 5pm.

For information, visit O2’s Facebook page.