Fine wine and fantastic food is a way of life in Adelaide, the renowned wine capital of Australia. Adelaide’s picturesque charm and gourmet produce is simply unmatched. Visit the city to sample a wide collection of wines at The National Wine Centre of Australia. If you are planning a vacation in South Australia’s capital city and want to visit fabulous nightlife hotspots, here are some of the best bars and cocktail clubs you shouldn’t give a miss in any case.
Visit Cantina Sociale on Sturt Street to munch on tapas snacks and a glass of fine wine coming directly from the barrel. It stands true to its name and is undoubtedly the best place to socialize with friends. This first of its kind bar in Adelaide is renowned for serving wine usually not found in stores elsewhere in the city. You will be able to enjoy wine along with a wide array of cheese, cured meats, hand-sliced Iberico Jamon, and Spanish white anchovies.
Giallo Wine Bar
The funky Giallo Wine Bar has become the talk of town in Adelaide with its splendid art gallery. The bar is situated on Rundle Street in Kent Town. You can look forward to a fantastic choice of Mediterranean sharing platters, with the typical Australian twist. Get ready to enjoy wine while pondering the canvasses by spending some time. The restaurant here also offers delectable cuisines with Mediterranean, Spanish and Italian influences. Moreover, the bar’s friendly staff will also be there for you to help make good choice of appealing wine and food combinations.
The Gallery on Waymouth
Get ready to regale in open air atmosphere at The Gallery on Waymouth, Adelaide’s biggest rooftop bar situated at 30 Waymouth Street. This, perhaps the only rooftop bar in Adelaide, will keep you glued to the art adorned walls while you enjoy sipping your glass of fine wine. The best time to visit the bar is during summer months and get mesmerized with the city’s beautiful barmy nights. The Gallery is particularly for all those who love spending their time outdoors. The bar is mostly packed on a Friday night.
If you prefer spending time at ‘hole in the wall’ style bars, then you should take pains to discover the hidden Maybe Mae bar, situated at 15 Peel Street. The entry of this cozy bar is through a camouflaged, wood-paneled door. Get ready to be served the best cocktails and champers along with Adelaide’s hugely popular Southwark Bitter cans.
Clever Little Tailor
The Clever Little Tailor is a groovy basement bar situated at 19 Peel Street. This famous Adelaide’s Parisian-style liquor den is ready to serve fine wines in accompaniment with tasty bar snack food. You will be offered an extensive list of beer, wine and whisky so that you may choose the best being provided here. The bar can be visited from 4 pm till late night on all seven days of the week.