Quality Hotel Tiffins On The Park
176 Greenhill Road
Adelaide, SA 5063
Phone: (61) 8 82710444
Fax: (61) 8 82728675
Bars & Cafes
An "entertainment bar" would be an apt description for Boho Bar, which has a vibrant schedule of events throughout the week. This is a place where you can enjoy a lunch of tapas and salads at budget price, or relax in in the cozy bar that serves a variety of beverages and tasty cocktails. The weekends lighten up the mood of the house with the DJs churning out mixes of the 1980s and 1990s, or if you are lucky enough, you can catch up on some inspiring performances of cabaret dancers and circus performers. Located just south of the city of Adelaide, the place is a perfect hangout place for you and your friends. Call or visit their website for happy hour timings and events schedule.
The Astor was one of the first in a recent trend in Adelaide, a fine restaurant integrated with a good old pub. Walking in, it is still a pub atmosphere, but the restaurant is separate from the bars, with timber chairs and tables set with fresh white linen. Generous serves ensure no one leaves hungry, while the chef's modern approach to vegetables provides some delightful accompaniments to succulent steaks of beef or kangaroo. The spicy Harissa chicken is a popular favorite.
Built in 1851 and run by the Moore family for the past 100 years, Moore's Brecknock Hotel Pub, lies to the south of the city centre. This pub has a traditional Irish look and feel. Open fireplaces and a garden courtyard add to the homely atmosphere. It is a sweet spot to waste an evening while chatting over a pint of Guinness. The hotel serves inexpensive Irish meals and there is a barbecue where guests can play chef. Live musicians entertain the patrons here on weekends. Budget accommodation is available too.
This bar and restaurant packs the punch into your evening as you hang around for drinks and some great grub. The chic decor rules and the crowd is inevitable. The food leaves you feeling warm and happy. The drinks are not far behind. The list of cocktails, wines and other spirits go on and the bartenders are chummy and quick. Live performances happen pretty often. Bands and DJs keep enthralling the crowds almost every night. With great food, drinks and music, Crown & Sceptre is one place you shouldn't miss, while in Adelaide.
Gilbert Street Hotel is one of the finest places to go if you are interested in having a meal and some fun times. This restaurant and beer garden serves an amazing fare that gives you a taste of local cuisine. The restaurant also hosts an array of events that are fun to attend. So, get ready to go to the Gilbert Street Hotel and have some memorable times of your trip to the city.
Situated on Pirie street is this elegant restaurant called the Tivoli. Here one can come to enjoy a good hearty meal at affordable prices. Its menu includes everything from kangaroo to tapas and pastas. Enjoy it with classy wine and the meal ends with a sweet something from the dessert menu. The hotel is open all week for both lunch and dinner.
Cibo Ristorante Pasticceria is famous for its wood-oven pizza, great coffee, extensive wine list and other delicious delights. Cibo exudes classic Italian elegance, from the heavy, iron door-handles to the Mediterranean-feel, tiered courtyard strung with dainty fairy-lights. Inside you will find dark wood, crisp, white tablecloths and mood-lighting throughout. You can sit out and enjoy your fare in an ambiance that is buzzing, casual and full of food lovers!
The Winston's 192 Pirie serves as an ideal dining atmosphere for a casual evening and provides a perfect venue for small-scale events. The menu of the restaurant comprises a variety of food from the Australian cuisine as well as beverages. The multi-facility restaurant also serves as a party place and doubles up as a vibrant nightclub. Besides, you can also avail of the pre-order facility offered by the restaurant to save your time. With reservations essential for dinner and lunch, you can call or visit their website to know more.
Just the place to drop in for breakfast, lunch, dinner or simply a drink. The menu spans a mix of Italian preparations and local specialties. Open whenever you are hungry, the atmosphere at Cafe Paradiso is always lively. Enjoy alfresco dining on fashionable King William Road: minutes from the heart of the city or dine in the bright and airy cafe proper.
Located at the heart of Adelaide, The Old Exchange, formerly known as the Electric Light Hotel, is steadily turning into a haven for people coming to the city to experience the famous Adelaide Fringe Festival. Comprising of five bars, two dance floors, a 250-person beer garden, this 1904 heritage listed joint is more than just a pub. Known for its delicious pizzas, it is also the local hub for folks looking to catch a drink really late, after a wild night in town.
Sitting in a grand 19th century building just a short walk from busy Rundle Street, the casual, no frills "Cranchor" is one of the town's alternative hubs. If you like to dance then come by. DJs spin a variety of tunes, funk, indie pop, retro - in a room at the back from Wednesday to Friday. Live alternative bands play here every Saturday night. Australian beer is the drink of choice here. Famished revelers have to rely on a vending machine stocked with nibbles. The pub is open from 11 am to 4 am.
Stix is a handy place to spend a night after eating out in Adelaide. A good-value pool hall, it is also a very popular nightclub on weekends. This no-frills place packs a lot into a small space, offering pool tables, a stage, bar and lounge area. DJs play a mix of alternative dance and indie pop. On Saturday nights the focus is on British music. The bar offers Australian beers, spirits and alcoholic lemonades.