The historic underground spot is all ready for a tenant.
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It’ll be the first five-star accommodation in the McLaren Vale wine region and the first winery resort in South Australia!
And it’s opening at Tea Tree Plaza!
As of tomorrow the long awaited The Propaganda Club will return with a much more user friendly format.
As if we weren’t already excited enough about summer! Henley Beach is getting yet another alfresco drinking spot for the warmer months.
Speculation and anticipation about what is to replace the former Cocolat store on Rundle Street is over. Meraki’s Greek Cuisine is set to relocate, rebrand as Petrichor & Epicure Kitchen, and open in October.
Get a taste of the finest wines produced by one of the McLaren Vale’s best wineries while munching on local produce and learning about the wineries rich history.
The Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund has announced that they will be awarding a record breaking $106,000 in grant funding between 15 Australian acts for the 2019 Adelaide Fringe.
And you don’t have to wait long for it – the first gig starts this week.
Chill ‘n’ grill, laze ‘n’ graze, or eat to the beat with the BBQ Buoys this summer.
How do you REALLY like your coffee? This western fringe cafe is going all out to get it just how you want it.
You can now pair your beachside sunset walks with some of the tastiest Vietnamese food in all of Adelaide.
The zoo gods have shone down on us and given us something to lose our collective minds over.
They already inspire many to cook up a storm in the kitchen or just create a mean cheese board, and now the Central Markets will be the inspiration for a brand new hotel.
Lot 100, the venue will form a cellar door, distillery and brewery for Mismatch Brewing Co, Hills Cider Co, Adelaide Hills Distillery and Ashton Valley Fresh have announced their launch date with a party!
That state’s most vulnerable babies will have access to pasteurised donor breast milk through a new partnership.
The westside store is only the first new addition of many planned expansions and the tenth store in a long line of existing locations.
After a three year wait, Hahndorf has welcomed the new Wolf Blass Wine Museum to the beloved Main Street.
And he’s already working with local, national and international talent for the new-era annual RCC Fringe.