The Top Adelaide Bars

Adelaide Bars

The weekend is right around the corner. That means it’s time to do your hair and plan for a party. There are so many great Adelaide bars to go to, but which ones should you check out first? We’ll help you out.

Read on to find out what the top Adelaide bars are.

Adelaide Bars

Art bar

This bar is located in the CBD, but the opening date will be announced in the future. It will be offering wine tastings from wineries across the state. The first guess will be Oliver’s Taranga, who will be showcasing work by Emma Hack. Make sure you keep your eyes open for the opening date because you will want to check this place out.

The Baily Room

This bar is located at 25 Vardon Ave., and it is an extension to the Tasting Room. The bar promises more wine and more food. It also plans to host guest winemakers from both interstate and overseas. If you love wine, then The Baily Room is one of the first places you’ll want to visit.

Disco Mexico

You can find Disco Mexico at 140 Gouger St, Adelaide. This is the place to go if you want to grab some tacos, dance and grab a few tequilas. This bar is actually the first taqueria and bar. It’s located right next to Mexican Society and you will simply love it there.

Happy Sally

This is a bar that has a functioning Jukebox and it is a US-inspired bar. You’ll find that the menu has many creative cocktails and there are ice cream floats available. On Fridays you’ll catch live music there and there’s Jukebox Saturday Nights. If you want to listen to classic tunes, as well as present day hits, then make your way to Happy Sally.

Florence Rooftop Bar

Located on 27- 29 Gilbert Place is Florence Rooftop Bar, which is right is right atop the Kaffana restaurant.The bar is cozy and there is a vertical garden located on-site. If you like sipping drinks under the stars, then you’ll want to go to Florence Rooftop Bar and see why people love it there.

HENNESSY Rooftop Bar

The Mayfair Hotel has opened up a bar that features a vertical garden that is decorated with Hennessy in lights. You can find the rooftop bar at 45 King William Street. The hotel chose a great selection of international wine, spirits, and beer. They also have a great selection of Australian and South Australian drinks. If you want to enjoy a regionally-driven menu selection, then this is the bar to go to.

Holey Moley Golf Club

This is a great place to go to if you want to play a round or two of mini golf. Make sure you dress up in your golf gear and be prepared to play 18-holes. As for refreshments, you can choose from a large menu of libations and enjoy a few drinks at The Caddyshack Bar.