Our Picks: Top 5 Wine Bars
Can’t decide on a wine bar for your Friday night? Take a look at our picks for the best wine bars in Adelaide. To see all of BarCentral’s Top 5’s, click here.
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Shop 2/2, 269 Kensington Road, Kensington Park
Open Wednesday-Saturday from 8am-11pm
A picturesque and charming little wine bar on the outskirts of the CBD, Hula Hoop is located in Kensington Park. Featuring a welcoming alfresco area and quaint vintage decor, Hula Hoop is best enjoyed with a glass of vino on a Sunday afternoon or for a relaxed catch-up with girlfriends.
28 Peel Street, Adelaide
Open Tuesday-Thursday ’til late, Friday-Saturday ’til 2am & Sunday ’til late
Occupying 3 levels including 2 bars and an upstairs courtyard, La Rambla is one of the most interesting spaces to enjoy a glass (or jug) of sangria with sophisticated bar snacks. La Rambla features an extensive international wine, beer and cocktail list available from the massive bar.
22-26 Vardon Avenue, Adelaide
Open Tuesday-Thursday ’til 11p &, Friday-Saturday ’til 12am
Featuring a slick, luxurious interior, Mother Vine offers you plenty of places to sit and enjoy. Tasting plates are on offer, making Mother Vine the ultimate after-work spot for a Friday evening. One of its most interesting features is supplying wine straight out of the barrel.
111 Unley Road, Unley
Open Wednesday-Friday & Sunday from 4pm (closed Saturday for private functions)
Nook Nosh Sips & Nibbles is a small bar and eatery that can be found on Unley Road, just a short distance from the Cremorne Hotel. For those who’ve visited this little-known inner suburbs delight, you’ll know that Nook Nosh is Unley’s premier after-work venue and goes down perfectly after a rough day at the office.
135b Goodwood Road, Adelaide
Open Thursday-Saturday from 4pm & Sunday from 3pm
Two Sisters Food & Wine Bar can be found on Goodwood Road, opposite the landmark Capri Theatre, and is one of the few venues pursuing an extension of the small bar liquor licensing to suburban Adelaide. It is a small, comfortable space with a strong focus on local, South Australian produce.