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Our Top 5 East End Hot Spots

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In the heart of the city, Adelaide's East End is booming with style, culture, entertainment, and most importantly- amazing food and drinks.
Scattered around the East End are chic cafes, wine bars, iconic pubs and restaurants, and we've selected a handful of our favourites!

Sicily Pizzeria e Bar

Located on Rundle St, the warm and inviting pizzeria has made itself an Adelaide favourite. Cooked in a wood-oven, you can expect nothing but authentic Sicilian pizza and wines! An all time favourite, you will need to book to avoid disappointment.


Exchange Speciality Coffee 

Tucked away in a lane way behind Rundle St, you'll find the much-loved Exchange. A snug cafe, with a minimalist fit-out, Exchange is the perfect place for a light bight and exceptional coffee.


Penny University



Penny University occupies a tiny space, so it’s likely that you'll be nudged (politely, of course!), as staff members try to keep-up with the craziness. This Adelaide favourite prepares freshly made salads, sandwiches and so much more- so, it's perfect for the on-the-go student and worker!


Botanic Bar

Serving Thai-style bar snacks, world-class spirits, wine and cocktails, it’s no wonder Botanic Bar is an Adelaide icon. The focus is notably on the drinks, but if you get pick-ish (as we all do after a few drinks), you can order a snack from the menu, which will be whipped-up at adjoining restaurant and sibling venue, Golden Boy.


East End Cellars

Situated in the heart of the East End, East End Cellars has developed an impeccable reputation through the world-class wines, great food and excellent atmosphere. The kitchen is always buzzing, and allows you to take a sneak peak and watch your food being prepared. Perfect for a Friday night out with the girls, you can enjoy a variety of local, seasonal dishes paired with a much-deserved glass of wine.


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