A cellar-inspired venue tucked within a basement off Rundle Street, Hellbound Wine Bar is a local haunt created by locals for locals. With the intention of creating a welcoming venue boasting an atmosphere that you would expect from a friend’s place, their well-stocked bar is renowned for showcasing some of the best drops of South Australia’s vineyards.
A hideaway bar tucked behind its renowned sister venue Press, Proof Bar is a quaint boutique venue with inherently cool vibes. Famous for their photo-worthy cocktails, their tiny ground floor bar quickly fills up with regulars looking for a tasty tipple, while many head upstairs to their booth style lounges and outdoor rooftop bar. If you’re feeling peckish, Proof also offer delicious feeds from next-door’s kitchen.
Nestled within a lush tree-lined street, sporting a vibrant, colourful and eclectic design, Miss Perez Kitchen and Bar is a Spanish inspired eating and drinking house with all the trimmings. Serving up tasty modern Australian fare created with locally sourced produce, their all-day menu paired with local wines and photo-worthy cocktails make it go-to spot for many-a Stirling local.
Contemporary, wholesome and home-style plates served up in a warm and comfortable suburban eatery. Creating dishes with the freshest ingredients from local sources, chef Emma McCaskill curates a menu of modern Australian creations, best enjoyed with family, friends and a drop of matching wine.
The Ramsgate Hotel is a local institution loved for its vibrant weekend atmosphere and generously stocked bar. With impressive views overlooking Henley Square, this historic pub offers delicious pub fare, regular live entertainment and plays host to many-a cultural community event.
A contemporary watering hole with an old-world charm, Clever Little Tailor is a Peel Street favourite sought out by locals and visitors alike. Boasting a charming shop front and interior with all the trimmings, this local hangout is a place of top-shelf liquor and delicious snacks enjoyed by the masses.
A one of a kind boutique venue with an old-worldly charm, Apothecary 1878 is a wine bar and restaurant nestled into the otherwise party strip of Hindley Street. Sporting a European inspired interior, locals immerse themselves in their elegant yet relaxed ambience as they tuck into a share platter, tasty wine or an after-work tipple or two.
Peel Street is a local favourite of Adelaide’s West End, loved for its flavoursome cuisine and vibrant atmosphere. Bustling with regulars every waking hour, it’s a great choice for group dining, with each of their plates designed to share to maximise the culinary experience. For an intimate feed for one, grab a spot at the bar and watch the chefs and bartenders do their thing.
Tucked within the highly renowned Stirling Hotel, it’s a place of fine foods and top-quality beverages. Sourcing their goods from some of the best local producers and small-scale global makers, Stirling Cellars and Patisserie offers top quality coffee, sweet and savoury bites and a generous array of wines, beers and liquors, all available to enjoy in house or takeaway.
A historic charming pub perched on the corner of leafy Stanley Street, the Kentish Hotel is everything you could want from your local watering hole. Boasting intimate indoor settings and shady outdoor alfresco seating, their kitchen plates up classic pub fare and contemporary dishes to suit every mood.
A local institution tastefully refurbished to become one of the most popular hangouts in Burnside, the Feathers Hotel is a local pub, restaurant and cellar all wrapped up into one. Boasting a sprawling indoor and outdoor bar, their Pavilion Café and Feathers Greenhouse Restaurant, it’s a place perfect for any occasion that involves top-notch feeds and drinks to match.
Although only tiny, it’s hard to miss this Nordic inspired gem squeezed within the otherwise traditional streetscape of Leigh Street. By day Pink Moon Saloon serve up indulgent brekkie and lunch feeds and coffee, to enjoy on the go or at their sunny outdoor tables. Come nightfall, it’s all about their unique offering of contemporary bites and innovative cocktails perfect for any social feed.
A wine lover’s haven within the heart of the East End dining precinct, Mother Vine is a go-to for delicious drops from across the globe. Showcasing varieties from some of South Australia’s most popular and up and coming vineyards, this local hangout is the perfect spot for an after-work drink and feed with friends.
Housed within an iconic heritage building of Adelaide’s East End, Nola Craft Beer is all about pouring top quality brews. Serving up a New Orleans inspired fare, their impressive bar is home to 16 everchanging beer taps over 200 whiskeys, best enjoyed with friends in front of regular live entertainment from local artists. Be sure to check out their artful collection of signature cocktails.
Whistle and Flute is a contemporary suburban eatery boasting an on-trend industrial interior. Bringing delicious feeds to the otherwise commercial stretch of Greenhill Road, their globally inspired brunch menu of light plates, nutritious bowls and indulgent treats are topped with a crafty menu of stimulants (coffee) and depressants (alcoholic refreshers). Come Fridays, their after-work drinks are accompanied with live DJs sessions to bring in the weekend.
Serving the Grange community for over 130 years, the Grange Hotel is an iconic pub renowned for its mouth-watering feeds and idyllic waterside location. Perfect for any occasion, this family friendly haunt serves up a contemporary and seasonal menu, ranging from fresh seafood to classic pub grub.
A household name to Adelaide seafood lovers, the Oyster Bar is an award-winning bar and kitchen loved for its fresh cuisine matched with top quality wines. With a focus on Australian produce, their contemporary menu offers a selection of snacks to share along with their star feature – a collection of South Australian oysters prepared with innovative dressing or simply ‘as is’.
A longstanding institution of Vardon Avenue, East End Cellars is a boutique wine store, bar and eatery renowned amongst the Adelaide winos. Showcasing the best drops that South Australia has to offer, their tasting room also features hard to find national and global wines, paired perfectly with their generous charcuterie platters and signature toasted sandwiches.
Hennesey is a sophisticated and elegant rooftop bar perched on top of the Mayfair Hotel. Boasting an intimate atmosphere perfect for a quiet drink or cosy date night, their generous bar menu features a premium selection of champagnes and signature cocktails, regularly enjoyed with live music sessions.
A typical neighbourhood pub, The Maid Hotel is known for being a hive of activity all week long. With its exposed-brick interiors and contemporary look and feel, this multipurpose venue has it all. From live music and classic pub food to an oversized courtyard, there is no wonder the locals keep coming back for more.
A go-to watering hole for the Aldgate community, the Aldgate Pump Hotel is all that you would expect from an authentic local pub. With classic pub fare featuring all the favourites alongside vegan dishes, the team at the Pump are proud of their ever-changing list of brews enjoyed with sports screens and live entertainment.
Dating back to the 1830s, The Crafers Hotel is a historical icon. In a relaxed, homely setting, this bar-slash-restaurant-slash-hotel continues to be the local choice for mid-week dinners and lazy Sunday afternoons. From the restaurant expect pub classics, expertly crafted, alongside tapas delights. Behind the bar, it is all about beers on tap and a solid selection of wines, including many drops from nearby vineyards.
Housed within a heritage gem on Hutt Street, Bar Torino is a social kitchen and bar inspired by the Mediterranean. Passionate about creating a memorable dining experience, their contemporary plates are matched with a huge selection of local and international wines, beers and fine liquors.
For beer lovers, Stepney’s Little Bang Brewing Company is the perfect place to stop in for a pint or two. This brewpub boasts 21 taps, pouring their beers alongside their favourite local and international picks. Plus they have a fantastic selection of local South Australian wines. To make the most of it, head down on a hot, sunny day to sip the afternoon away in the beer garden while you sample the delectable food truck fare. Your furry friends are ...