Adelaide’s New Bars, Pubs, Clubs & Lounges – September Edition

Adelaide’s New Bars, Pubs, Clubs & Lounges – September Edition

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Photos via Mr Goodbar on Facebook.

 

The Barlow Room

Lindes Lane, Adelaide
Open Fridays & Saturdays from 6pm-2am

Adelaide’s best kept secret – and yes, this bar is indeed very secret! Few may have been aware of this hidden bar behind the fireplace at Lindes Lane, but now the good people of this small bar have announced the Barlow Room to the world. Even with the cold winter now on its way out, you’ll want to spend a cosy night in this charming 1920’s-inspired speakeasy.

The Bunker 

21 Pulteney Street, Adelaide (formerly Mansions)
Open daily

The Bunker Sports Bar & Grill has taken elements from its former self as Mansions, and applied what worked best for them. That is, pub grub at great prices and generous sizes. The east end bar is a great choice for a boys arvo, especially with the footy finals beginning.

The Henry Austin

29-31 Chesser Street, Adelaide
Open Monday-Saturday from 11am-10pm

A dapper new restaurant and basement bar, the Henry Austin enjoy a bit of a hipster vibe with high ceilings, dark wood and a gorgeously upcycled, reclaimed bar. True to South Australia, the wines, beers and produce have been mostly locally sourced and decided by the bar’s Facebook fans.

HYPE

177 Hindley Street, Adelaide (Enigma Bar)
Open every second Saturday of each month from 9pm

Hosted once a month at Adelaide’s most popular alternative venue, HYPE has put all their eggs in one basket – making the most of their party by combining live bands and guest DJs all into one big night. The music ranges from pop to EDM to hardcore and the drinks are incredibly cheap. This month’s event will be hosted on 10th September, with special guests Drown This City.

Little Red Door

182b Hindley Street, Adelaide
Open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9pm-5am

Located at the former premises of the original Supermild Club, the Little Red Door launched in August of 2016. A club made for a slightly more grown up crowd, most who hit up this venue are 30+ and love their cocktails, with their take on the Espresso Martini Little Red Door’s signature drink.

Lost In A Forest

1203 Greenhill Road, Uraidla
Open Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays

The kind of charm you can only find in the Adelaide Hills, Lost In A Forest is a wine bar and pizza bar housed in an old, heritage-listed church. A lot of what you can eat is about as fresh as you can get – with seasonal produce grown in their very on vegetable and herb garden. Plus, their range of boutique wines are exceptional.

Minnesota Fats

192 Pirie Street, Adelaide (formerly Shotz)
Open Fridays & Saturdays from 9pm-5am

The way we see it, the former Shotz nightclub that has transformed to Minnesota Fats is same same with a new name; a venue that is true to its former self with cheap drinks, heaps of pool tables and music that is live and loud! Hosted at this venue on Friday nights is Reuben’s Party Lounge by the team who formerly ran Black Market.

Mr Goodbar

12 Union Street, Adelaide
Open Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays

Continuing the revamp and Adelaide’s east end, Mr Goodbar is a multi-level small bar that overlooks Ebenezer Place. Styled as a European cigar bar within a heritage-listed venue, the space is a bit of a maze to navigate through – but once you find the bar and their signature cocktails, you won’t ever want to leave. Our recommendation: ask them to make something with butter vodka!

The Propaganda Club

Regent Arcade, 110 Grenfell Street, Adelaide
Open Tuesday-Sunday until 6am

There was a lot of hype behind the Propaganda Club in the lead-up to its opening… A project by the team behind Zhivago, they sold the incredibly popular nightclub to focus all of their energy on this new bar and restaurant – a gamble that has paid off. Adelaide’s only late-night supper club,the venue is gorgeous and the food delicious – so long as you arrive after 2am.

Raglan Hotel

109 Waymouth Street, Adelaide
Open Monday-Saturday, with breakfast Wednesday-Friday

A gorgeous and very on-trend boutique pub in Adelaide’s west end, the Raglan Hotel caters for everyone – from the old to the young, the vegans to the carnivores. The venue isn’t as big as your usual pub, but it does hold on to its classic pub values – good, well-prices signature meals and somewhere to relax with a beer while listening to live music.

Reuben’s Party Lounge

192 Pirie Street, Adelaide (Minnesota Fats)
Open Fridays from 9pm-4am

Hosted once a month at Adelaide’s most popular alternative venue, HYPE has put all their eggs in one basket – making the most of their party by combining live bands and guest DJs all into one big night. The music ranges from pop to EDM to hardcore and the drinks are incredibly cheap. This month’s event will be hosted on 10th September, with special guests Drown This City.

Titanium

279a Hindley Street, Adelaide
Open Fridays & Saturdays from 9:30pm-4am

Located at the far west end of Hindley Street, Titanium opened very recently next door to Marcellina and upstairs in a small but eccentric space. The venue is in good company, housing so many of Adelaide’s best DJs as residents. We recommend it for those who want to celebrate a big night out, at a venue that’s not too big.