Who’s Your Mumma opened up last weekend.
The workers who finished it off need congratulating for the speed with which it was done. Really, even though the finish is minimalist (such as exposed concrete flooring), it was done pretty quickly for a fit out in Perth.
I haven’t had a chance to go there yet and am not entirely sure I want to.
I have championed a wine bar on this street (and for Fremantle) for a long time and argued against other locals who have opposed it.
At the end of the day the aesthetic isn’t really me and frankly I don’t think it is really Wray Avenue either. Not that I claim to have specific authority over what is and isn’t “Wray” but I think I know the avenue pretty well. At the very least I have deliberately chosen to live here with a sense of what I was moving in to.
In my previous post, I wrote of the connotation the terribly named wine bar had with Ed Hardy clothing and couldn’t imagine how sooth I was being until I saw their sign and logo affixed to the building.
I wouldn’t be surprised is Ed Hardy sued for copyright infringement.