If you're looking for the best pub grub in the west, look no further than the West Oak Hotel. Originally established as The Royal Oak in 1838, the establishment has survived over 175 years of name-changes and incarnations to become one of Adelaide's oldest continuously licensed venue.The Adelaide Insider was invited to sample the West Oak Hotel's new and improved spring/summer menu consisting of fresh flavours, crisp produce and vibrant colours.
Riding the crimson wave. Having a visit from Aunt Flo. Shark Week. The Red Wedding. There's a million and one different code names for it, not to mention a million and one different feminine hygiene products out there on the market. But there's one brand spanking new company that stands out from the crowd: TABOO. On Thursday 22 August, Isobel and Eloise were finally able to officially launch their conscientious company and share their important message with not only all their family, friends, loved ones and the broader Adelaide community - but also with the rest of the world.
In August 2019 for the first time Phi Theodoros, aka the Ukulele Dream Girl will take the stage at the Bakehouse Theatre with her first full length solo cabaret show Who is the Ukulele Dream Girl? As the Ukulele Dream Girl, Theodoros will take her audiences on a journey of reflection, self empowerment and challenging stigmas and stereotypes.
Sammy's on The Marina are quickly becoming well known for their wine dinners, joining forces to pair the finest locally sourced seafood with delectable drops from wineries across the Barossa, McLaren Vale and everywhere in between. The latest in this series of highly-anticipated wine dinners featured a six-course degustation accompanied by vino from well-renowned winery Hentley Farm, located in the rich wine region of Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley.
Who said trips to the beach had to end come winter time? Think again! Escape the winter chill without sacrificing the scenic seaside views at Sammy's on The Marina: the crown jewel of The Marina Pier that sparkles all year long - rail, hail or shine. The Adelaide Insider was invited to attend a VIP media and influencer event at Sammy's to christen their upstairs balcony and sample dishes from their newly launched winter menu.
Bottomless pizza parties are all the rage right now, and it's no wonder why - who can refuse unlimited helpings of their favourite carb-filled slices of triangle-shaped perfection? In celebration of their fourth birthday, Crust Pizza in West Lakes recently held their first ever All You Can Eat Pizza Party, reeling in pizza lovers from near and far to pack a full house.
Why is it that when we think of the piano it is always men that are at the forefront? Emma Knights tackles this question head-on and challenges our perceptions of pianists in her latest stage show to hit the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, The Piano Men.
Cinnamon Club are well and truly the "maharajas of meals" when it comes to Indian cuisine, and they're now spicing things up (Indian-themed pun definitely intended) with the launch of their new Cinnamon Club App! The Adelaide Insider was invited to celebrate their newly launched app with a Saturday Feast fit for any sultan or empress at their Norwood store.
Winters are made for cosying up and sipping hot chocolates, and what better way to warm your soul than with a hot chocolate month at a chocolate factory right on your very doorstep! The recently opened Barossa Valley Chocolate Company have just launched their inaugural Hot Chocolate Month, which will be held at the start of the winter season each year.
Round up your herd for a few drinks before a night out on the town at ba-Bar, the latest and greatest new creative space and lounge on the block.ba-Bar invited us to attend the second edition of Filtrd Fridays - however this time with the twist of being on a Saturday (and aptly being named Filtrd Saturdays).