Adelaide City Bars, Pubs and Cafés
Enjoy a drink and a great meal in Adelaide
Adelaide city has more than one hundred pubs and clubs, from warm and cosy to chic sophistication.
Many pubs date back to the 1830s but seamlessly blend the historic with the contemporary. It’s impossible to name them all but here are a few Adelaide favourites.
Adelaide’s warm climate is perfect for alfresco dining, either on one of our bustling “eat streets” or soaking up the sun and sights at a beachfront café.
Visit Glenelg’s Jetty Road or the “other” Jetty Road at Brighton. Try Henley Square at Henley Beach or Semaphore. There’s much more than just fish and chips here.
Inner city dining
City food is concentrated around Gouger Street and Rundle Street. You’ll love the relaxed atmosphere and international menus. In other parts of the city centre, try The Greek on Halifax (street), Goodlife Pizza restaurants on Hutt Street, O’Connell Street and at Glenelg or Cos on Leigh Street.
If you still can’t decide, 5 or 10 minutes in a cab will have you on King William Road at Hyde Park, Unley Road, The Parade at Norwood, Melbourne or O’Connell Streets, both in North Adelaide.
Wherever you go though, there’s a huge choice, with everything from ever popular family owned cafés and restaurants, to well known franchise businesses.
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