New bar Ronnie Nights to open on Fremantle cappuccino strip


Darcy Travers, Greg Leaver and Mateusz Duszenko, the brains behind Ronnie Nights. Picture: Will Russell www.communitypix.com.au   d479128
Darcy Travers, Greg Leaver and Mateusz Duszenko, the brains behind Ronnie Nights. Picture: Will Russell www.communitypix.com.au d479128

A NEW sense of fun is set to hit Fremantle’s cappuccino strip on Thursday with the opening of Ronnie Nights, the port city’s newest small bar.

The brainchild of Strange Company business partners Greg Leaver, Travers brothers Darcy and Clancy, Matt Giudice and Jason Townes, their latest venture can be found at the former Maya and Auntie G site on Market Street, Fremantle.

Owner Greg Leaver said the crew’s newest establishment, named after the alter ego of a close friend, would be more livelier than its sister bar and provide locals with craft beers, wines, a sharp cocktail list and small bites.

“Ronnie Nights will bring a sense of fun to the Fremantle cappuccino strip and an upbeat ‘house party’ atmosphere,” he said.

“Expect to find some great beer from some of the country’s up and coming new brewers.

“(There is) a quirky wine list sourced straight from the winemakers, and a cocktail selection that might make you laugh – and then order more of them.”

Designed by Spaceagency Architects , the interior include polished terrazzo bar tops and original pressed tin ceilings.

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