Entertaining the idea of a classic neighbourhood bar, Barulho (Portuguese for ‘noise’) occupies a narrow tranche of Faraday Street next door to architecture firm Fearon Hay. Boasting a chic rustic interior with glass bifold doors that open onto the street front, a lengthy gold bench sprawls out onto the footpath offering plenty of perching room for coffee, cocktails and Portuguese/Italian-inspired snacking from the open kitchen located just within.
Follow the staircase up to Barulho’s upper rear area and you’ll find a unique seating area that opens out to a private garden oasis. With weekly changing menus, house made pastries and traditional sweets, tapas and takeout — it’s likely anyone and everyone from the surrounding barrio will be frequenting this promising new haunt. Complimented with an eclectic beverage list that comprises freshly brewed coffee and carefully crafted vintage and new cocktails, it’ll be hard to stay away writes Madeline Saxton-Beer of Denizen.
Open 7am – 9pm Monday to Friday
Happy hour everyday from 5pm to 7 pm
15 Faraday Street, Parnell