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The function areas can be used
for sit-down meals or more
casual cocktail-style events.
THE EVENT: Gather your mates and head
to Carnegies for a guaranteed night of
fun. The tremendous cocktail list and party
tunes will have you dancing until the wee
THE LOCATION: You can't miss this
two-level building in Murray Street, just
steps away from the King Street shopping
THE FACILITIES: When it comes to
functions, there is a private room upstairs
overlooking the dance floor, as well as a
seated dining area downstairs. Carnegies
also has an alfresco area, weekend DJs and
access for the disabled.
THE NUMBERS: The seated dining area
caters for up to 70 people, while upstairs
holds up to 150.
THE FOOD: For smaller budgets, the
finger food platters will satisfy guests and
if there are any special food requirements,
that's no problem either. For something a
little more fancy, there are two and
three-course dinners and set lunches.
THE BEVERAGES: The cocktail list is
extensive and beer lovers are spoilt for
choice with 20 varieties of local and
international beer available on tap. A
selection of local and national wines is
THE COMPANY: Opening in 2001,
Carnegies has been a popular hangout
for locals and visitors alike. Its extensive
drinks list, daily happy hours and pumping
atmosphere mean customers keep coming
back for more. Your next big event is sure
to be a success at Carnegies.
356 Murray Street, Perth
PHONE: (08) 9481 3222 FAX: (08) 9481 3777
in the vibe from downstairs.
Menus are varied, so there s something to suit
Finger platters will go down a treat, but for
something a little more substantial, go for a set
menu, or guests can order for themselves.
Mains include mouth-watering steaks, a
savoury rack of lamb and traditional fish and
chips. The energetic vibe is contagious so, for
those wanting to kick on, it s handy to know
that Carnegies has a late-night liquor licence for
Fridays and Saturdays.
For fun-filled functions full of classic party
tunes, you must head to Carnegies.
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