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Pubbing/clubbing

Pubbing/clubbing

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Colorado
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1. Re: Pubbing/clubbing

Are shirts required?

Seriously?

Colorado
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2. Re: Pubbing/clubbing

On the off chance that you are indeed serious, this website might help.

Smart Casual seems to be a running theme. Looks like you'll need to wear a shirt.

www.perth-entertainment.com/cat/Nightclubs/46

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3. Re: Pubbing/clubbing

The dress code is located on the signage at the door of every club. The bouncer makes the final determination depending on the mood.

One assumes the "is a shirt required" is a clue as to the "level" of entertainment you are seeking. Maybe try a beach instead!

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4. Re: Pubbing/clubbing

"Are shirts required?"

This is Perth, not Ibiza!

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5. Re: Pubbing/clubbing

I presume by 'shirts' the OP means the buttons down the front and collared variety as opposed to t-shirts or polos.

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6. Re: Pubbing/clubbing

@evamelb, that's what I thought. Anyway:

For city pubs, trousers (not jeans), a collared shirt and shoes - Timberland casual or deck shoes ok, but not sandals, runners or boots.

For beach pubs, shorts, t-shirt, sandals or runners during the day are usually ok.

Be sure to check out some of the new small bars. There's even a small bar walking tour which I've been on & highly recommend.

experienceperth.com/things-to-see-and-do/eat…

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