Cabaret Fringe Festival 2019 – Cabaret Collective

Cabaret isn’t just entertaining, it’s a healthy, social and confidence building activity. The lovely ladies at Choo La La live by this ideal, that cabaret and burlesque can be an expression of freedom and self-love. Having expanded their classes across Adelaide and the country Choo La La has become a symbol for ladies everywhere to…

Cabaret Fringe Festival 2019 – Friendly Feminism for the Mild Mannered

The debut cabaret from Adelaide-based performer Millicent Sarre educates and entertains on the subject of feminism with a guiding hand. The original score and personal stories invite feminists, at any level, to consider their relationship to feminism and for skeptics to look deeper at equality concerns. While it would be impossible to cover the history…

The Lost Deli

In the middle of Charles Street in Norwood, you will find yourself at The Lost Deli. A mere five minute drive from the CBD, and a veer away from the busy Parade, lies the quintessential local cafe. However, The Lost Deli has an edge, standing it positively apart from most – it is 100 percent…

Mimi – Grand Opening

The best things in life are built through collaboration. The stars shine brightest when people of like minds come together. This is best personified in the works of the Plus 82 group. Having already made their mark with Plus 82 Pocha, an ever popular Korean fusion restaurant residing on Grenfell St, the great people of…

Sammy’s On The Marina – The Wilson Vineyard by the Sea Wine Dinner

Everyone loves a good wine dinner, especially when you’re supporting two local businesses at the same time. Sammy’s On The Marina, on the Marina Pier, is known for their high quality seafood and magnificent views of Glenelg Beach. When they teamed up with small boutique wine producer, Wilson Vineyard, we knew we were in for…

Cabaret Fringe Festival 2019 – Official Opening

Cabaret has been a consistently growing scene the world over. Adelaide is no exception with the explosion of growth seen at the Adelaide Fringe more and more eyes are getting out there and viewing the fantastic and tantalizing talent that Adelaide has to offer. But Cabaret doesn’t die when the Adelaide Fringe ends. The passion…

Festival of Food 2019 – The Playford

The Playford Restaurant has released a new ‘Feed Me Menu’ as part of the Festival of Food. The delicious 10-course menu is set in a degustation style, giving guests the opportunity to try various menu items over the course of their dinner. The award-winning restaurant has a passion for South Australian produce; with the kitchen…

Festival of Food 2019 – River Cafe

Set in one of Adelaide’s most picturesque city locations, the River Café, hangs over the river Torrens, offering diners spectacular water views to accompany their fine dining experience. The River Café is taking part in this year’s Festival of Food, offering guests a modern menu, inspired by Italian cuisine. The chefs have a passion to…

Barossa Valley Chocolate Company – Hot Chocolate Month

The Barossa Valley Chocolate Company is one of the newest additions to the town of Tanunda. They have recently launched their Hot Chocolate Month for June. During this month, you’ll have access to nine new flavours, which include ruby, honeycomb, chilli, rocky road, mint, fudge, hazelnut, peanut brittle and Stan-The-Man. The Barossa Valley is well…

Young Gun of Wine 2019 – Award Winners Announced

Yesterday, Young Gun of Wine (YGOW), Australia’s industry leader in upcoming talent and new labels, announced the final 2019 YGOW Award Winners, at an industry event in Adelaide. Trophies presented were the 2019 Riedel YOUNG GUN OF WINE, BEST NEW ACT, WINEMAKER’S CHOICE and PEOPLE’S CHOICE awards. The First Drop DANGER ZONE award was also…