Harvey The Label's Seeker Store is located in the East End of Adelaide - a beautiful area of the city known for it's boutiques, eateries and street art. Harvey Interns Elizabeth, Simone and Olivia were let loose for a morning so they could show you their favourite places to visit in the East End!
The Rose East End
This little gem of a cafe located on East Terrace boasts excellent coffee, healthy food and beautiful views of Rymil Park! Opened just under a year ago by owner, Troy, The Rose has fast gained a following of loyal regulars.
On the brunch and lunch menus you'll find loads of vegetarian and vegan options, including brekkies, turkish-bread sandwiches and salads.
If meat is more your thing, don't stress! The Rose aims to cater for everyone and your tummy will be super happy after trying the crowd favourite bacon, haloumi and tabouli toastie.
Head upstairs and you'll fall in love with the mid-century meets modern decor and beautiful views of Rymil Park!
El Cheeky Flamingo
El Cheeky Flamingo is as the name suggests - elating, cheeky and pink! This fun Miami style bar is the place to go for cocktails and a good time (the staff will make sure of it!).
Between those delicious cocktails, Adelaide gin and international rum, you'll find THE best espresso martinis in the East End! Try one with a dessert toastie whipped up by owner, Jarrod, and you'll be making shapes on the d-floor all night long!
El Cheeky Flamingo can also be booked for events, making it the perfect space for birthdays, parties and hen's nights.
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PSA: date night is sorted! If you're looking for delicious Italian food, local wine and an intimate, romantic setting that won't send you broke - look no further!
East End institution, EST Pizzeria, can be found near the corner of East Terrace and Vardon Avenue. It's loved for its incredible Italian style wood-fired pizza, gnocchi and polenta, as well as its seasonal salads and desserts. Gluten free and vegetarian options are available too - yay!
Upstairs is where you'll be treated to an intimate setting with just a handful of tables. And, during the Adelaide Fringe, epic views of The Garden of Unearthly Delights.
Golden Boy Awarded the National Restaurant and Catering Award in 2017, Golden Boy is a must try. Located in the Adelaide’s East end you won’t be able to miss it! Be sure to round up the crew because Golden Boy is designed for sharing with their large menu range of contemporary Thai cuisine.
Unable to decide what to order? The “Tuk Tuk” menu includes a range of dishes across the menu chosen by the wait staff. And don’t worry, they’ve got your dietary requirements sorted too.
Convinced? Walk ins are welcome but it is recommended you make a booking to not miss out!
Street Art - Ophelia by Jimmy C. The Ophelia wall in Adelaide is located on Vardon Avenue near East Terrace. It was painted by a street artist Jimmy C (Cochran) in 2017. Jimmy is an English born Australian artist who first starting doing graffiti but then moved on to painting later on in school. The original Ophelia painting in London is by an artist called John Everett and was painted in 1851. Ophelia is a character in Shakespeare's play Hamlet. Ophelia represents a young woman caught between her family conflicts, political ambitions and the world.
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On Vardon Avenue near Rundle Street is a beautiful Asian-inspired painting of a woman wearing traditional and modern dress. The background is dark and grey which makes the colours on her outfit and accessories pop! The artist of this piece is unknown, as is the meaning behind it. We recommend admiring this artwork in person!
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Le Carpe Diem Based on Grenfell Street in the East End, Le Carpe Diem is a french style cafe specializing in crepes and sweets. It also has delicious cheese platters and hot drinks. Le Carpe Diem has a cute and cozy vibe!