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The Moseley Igloos | Moseley Bar & Kitchen | Glenelg | Review

 
The Moseley Igloos – A Unique Dining Experience at Glenelg
Leave the outside world behind as you step into your own private dining retreat near the sea at The Moseley Igloos. These cosy igloos are beautifully adorned with fairy lights and comfortable furniture and you’ll soon feel right at home as you relax on the […]

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Fleurieu Cherries Farm l Pages Flat l Review

Discover Fleurieu Cherries at Pages Flat, South Australia.
A visit to the fabulous Fleurieu Cherries farm is a fun and relaxing way to spend a Sunday with family and friends. They have cool play areas for kids, a cute bar and café but the best part… the most delicious and freshest cherry ice-cream you will ever […]

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TGI Fridays – Kids Eat Free | Marion | Review

A visit to TGI Fridays in Marion where Kids Eat Free*!
If the sound of chicken wings, ribs, hand crafted burgers, sizzling fajita towers and fresh salads gets your tastebuds tingling, then it’s time to grab a table at TGI Fridays. Plus, they have one of the most impressive cocktail menus we’ve seen! But the best […]

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Beckman Street Deli | Glandore | Review

Beckman Street Deli in Glandore.  Work up an appetite for the delectable dishes at this family friendly eatery by the tramline in the south-west.
Review by Carla Caruso
We recently tackled the Mike Turtur Bikeway as a family and this is one more foodie stop along the way.
Although, you could just walk or drive to this lovely […]

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The Moseley Igloos | Glenelg | 3 May – 8 Sep 2024

[ May 3, 2024 1:00 pm to September 8, 2024 1:05 pm. ]
The Moseley Igloos – Outside Dining in Glenelg.
The Moseley igloos are back in Glenelg this winter featuring a warm, cosy fireplace and room for eight people.
Located outside at The Moseley Bar and Kitchen in Glenelg, igloo bookings are for exclusive use and include full table service from your personal waiter.  The igloos are family friendly […]

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Dear Daisy Cafe | Forestville | Review

Dear Daisy is a cute-as-a-button cafe on Forestville’s Leah Street, dishing up brekkie, burgers, toasties, vegan fare, and more.
Review by Carla Caruso
Suburban cafes are the places to see and be seen these days.
Dear Daisy in Forestville is one such eatery. The “happy lil corner shop café”, as it’s dubbed on its Instagram page, serves up […]

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Christies Beach Hotel | Family Friendly Dining | Review

Christies Beach Hotel | Family Friendly Dining | Review
Sometimes it can be hard to take the family out for lunch or dinner, especially when kids complain that they are bored or don’t want to sit still! We have found the solution for a family friendly mealtime, at the fabulous Christies Beach Hotel.
Review By Jo Parkinson
Situated […]

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Mother’s Day High Tea | Glanville Hall & Utopia @ Waterfall Gully | 12 May 2024

[ May 12, 2024; ]
Two magnificent venues,  one at Utopia Waterfall Gully and the other at Glanville Hall Semaphore South, will be sparkling with tiny teacups, vintage china and sweet treats for Mother’s Day.
Dine under the chandeliers for two hours of Mother’s Day indulgence, along with bubbly cocktails, bottomless brewed tea and coffee and famous fluffy scones with whipped […]

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Pirate Life Brewing

Pirate Life Brewing $5 Kids Meal Deals | Port Adelaide | 15 – 26 Apr 2024

[ April 15, 2024 to April 26, 2024. ]
School Holiday $5 Kids Meal Deals at Pirate Life Brewing.
Enjoy $5 kids meals between 15 and 26 April at Pirate Life Brewing! There’s 4 tasty options to choose from – chicken nuggets & chips, fish & chips, beef sliders & chips, and a grazing plate.
They’ve also got face painting on 14, 21, and 28 April […]

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Raclette Igloo Experience Adelaide | 10 May – 9 Jun 2024

[ May 10, 2024 to May 12, 2024. May 15, 2024 to May 19, 2024. May 22, 2024 to May 26, 2024. May 29, 2024 to June 2, 2024. June 5, 2024 to June 9, 2024. ]
Gather your friends and family in your private igloo, feast on Raclette cheese and drink mulled wine for this melted cheese foodie experience. 
It’s a French winter tradition to melt Raclette cheese and pour it on potatoes, cured meat and pickles. More than just a meal, Raclette is a social event. This traditional French dish is […]

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Gunbae Korean | Family Friendly Dining | Review

Family Friendly Dining at Gunbae Korean in Adelaide
Looking for a quick, tasty, and family-friendly meal in the city’s east end? Our favourite spot is Gunbae!
Review by Claire Davill
Gunbae is a casual Korean restaurant, located down Union Street, just off Rundle Street. It’s open for lunch and dinner, and it’s become our go-to for fast, tasty […]

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Family Friendly Tasting the World in Charles Sturt Cooking Workshops | Tasting Australia | 4 & 11 May 2024

[ May 4, 2024; May 11, 2024; ]
Four family-friendly cooking workshops in this year’s Tasting Australia program will share family histories on a plate from around the world.
The workshops will give people an opportunity to eat and learn some treasured family recipes, culture and migration stories from the Ugandan, Vietnamese, Italian and Indian communities that have settled in the West of Adelaide. […]

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Melbas Chocolate Angaston Barossa Valley

Melba’s Chocolates & Confectionery Barossa Valley | Review

Melba’s Chocolates & Confectionery at Angaston
Opening Friday 8 March 2024, Melba’s Chocolates has branched out to the Barossa Valley. The new store and cafe at Angaston, is a perfect place for families to stop for a picnic on the lawn, a bite to eat and drink, and to take in beautiful views across the vineyards.
Everything […]

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Quiet Dinner at the Arkaba Hotel | Autism SA | First Monday of Each Month

Adelaide’s iconic Arkaba Hotel is kicking off its new inclusive actions by introducing Quiet Dinners on the first Monday of each month starting on 5 February 2024.
Many people don’t think twice about going out for dinner, but for the Autistic community it can be an overwhelming experience. 58% of autistic individuals avoid going to pubs […]

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Imber’s Donuts Adelaide | Victoria Park | Open Weekends

The little blue heritage building on the north east corner of Victoria Park/Pakapakanthi has a new tenant!
Having been empty for a number of years since the closure of Kiosk on 16, the fully restored heritage listed building near the Britannia roundabout is finally the new home for a local small business – Imber’s Donuts Adelaide.
Known […]

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Bloom Cafe | Thebarton | Review

Bloom Cafe sits between quiet backstreets and the River Torrens in Thebarton. It has a quiet, open vibe, excellent food and coffee, and a great kids menu. 
Review by Claire Davill
The cafe is a great family friendly option for a lazy breakfast, brunch or lunch, and the new kids menu (with colouring-in page incorporated) will keep […]

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Pirate Life Brewing | Port Adelaide | Review

Pirate Life Brewery’s headquarters in Port Adelaide is a great family-friendly destination for lunch, dinner, or a snack. There’s ample space both inside and outside, a dedicated kid’s menu, and a play area to keep the kids occupied. The whole area is very welcoming – for adults, kids, and even dogs!
Review by Claire Davill
Pirate Life […]

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Husik – Pop-up Korean Dessert House in Goodwood | Review

Get in quick to nab one of the Husik pop-up’s Instagrammable ‘jiggly’ bunny desserts before they sell out.
Are you ready to “jiggle jiggle”?
New pop-up dessert house Husik has brought a Korean sweets trend to Adelaide: a bunny-shaped milk pudding that jiggles.
Review by Carla Caruso
Instagrammers have been loving filming the novelty dessert at the Goodwood nightspot. […]

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Melba’s Chocolates and Confectionery Coming to the Barossa | Opening March 2024

Melba’s Chocolates and Confectionery is coming to the Barossa! Opening March 2024
Melba’s Chocolates and Confectionery are expanding and are excited to announce the opening of a second site in the picturesque village of Angaston in the Barossa Valley in March 2024.
They will be taking up residency in the Gawler Park site, first known for producing […]

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The Coffee Barn & Gelataria - Moonta

Where Are the Best Ice Cream Places Around Adelaide?

Your Guide to the Best Ice Cream Places Around Adelaide
I scream. You scream. We all scream for ice cream!
Here at Play & Go we love our ice-cream – especially in the warmer months, but a bit of cold weather doesn’t stop us eating it during Winter too.  We love it so much we thought we’d […]

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Free Christmas Snow Photo Sessions at The Gully | Tea Tree Gully | Dec 2023

[ December 9, 2023 to December 10, 2023. December 16, 2023 to December 17, 2023. ]
Free Christmas Snow Photo Sessions and Family Dining at The Gully Public House and Garden
The spirit of Christmas has taken over at The Gully with FREE Christmas snow photography sessions! The Gully’s Snowing Sessions are a picture perfect opportunity for you and your family to dine out and have a photography session in a Christmas Winter […]

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Peter Rabbit Cafe | Hindley Street Adelaide | Review

A lot has changed at this city oasis since our last review, but it’s still an amazing garden cafe with fresh, delicious food and drink options and a perfect escape for breakfast or brunch for kids and adults alike.
Review by Claire Davill
Located in the city’s west end, along the quiet, friendlier part of Hindley Street, […]

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What the Croque Adelaide cafe with playground

What the Croque! Cafe with Playground | Daw Park | Review

What the Croque! Cafe
As part of the Daw Park Repat Health Precintc which has recently undergone a redevelopment, a cafe and playground has been established for patients, families and the general community to use. This is where What the Croque have made their home after running their business as a coffee and catering van since […]

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Mick O’Shea’s Hotel l Kids Eat Free | Review

Kids Eat Free at the Mick O’Shea’s Hotel in Hackham.
If you want to take the family out for dinner without blowing the budget, head to Mick O’Shea’s Hotel and take advantage of their kids eat free deals.
Review By Jo Parkinson
Situated on Main South Road at Hackham, Mick O’Shea’s Hotel has loads of character, and is […]

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Vintage Chef Co Café Official Opening | STARplex Gawler | 18 Jul 2023

[ July 18, 2023; ]
Vintage Chef Co Café Official Opening – STARplex Gawler
To celebrate the official opening of their new café at STARplex Gawler, Vintage Chef Co will host a range of activities and festivities. 
The family friendly café is the newest project for the multilayer Barossa Valley hospitality business. With foot traffic exceeding 10,000 people per week, it will […]

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jennys bakery cronuts

Jenny’s Bakery Adelaide | Review

Jenny’s Bakery – an iconic Adelaide bakery
81 Glen Osmond Road, Eastwood & 166 The Parade, Norwood
You know a good bakery when you see a constant line-up at the door on weekends. These are people in the know. Inside the doors of the character building is a spectacular and mouth-watering display of baked goods.
Jenny’s Bakery is renowned for it’s […]

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Pretzel Festival | Hahndorf | 29 & 30 Apr 2023

[ April 29, 2023 to April 30, 2023. ]
Inaugural Pretzel Festival in Hahndorf.
The Hahndorf Business and Traders Association has added a new festival to its calendar of events – the inaugural Pretzel Festival on the last weekend in April.
International Pretzel Day is held in April each year and festivals are held across the globe in September, but because Hahndorf already has its Hahndorf. […]

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Metro Bakery & Cafe | Mount Gambier

Metro Bakery & Cafe in Mount Gambier
Review by Claire Davill
The Metro Bakery & Cafe in central Mount Gambier is the perfect family-friendly spot for breakfast, brunch or lunch, or a quick coffee and cake.
Located on Commercial Street East, the Metro Bakery & Cafe is sprawling with plenty of booths and tables inside, out the front, […]

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McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Coast Visitor Centre l Review

McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Coast Visitors Centre, Cafe and Play Space.
Don’t be fooled by the name… McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Coast Visitor Centre is so much more than a place for tourists. With its cute kitchen garden café, art gallery, awesome nature playground and yummy gin tasting, this is one spot that you need to […]

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Scenic Hotel view over Adelaide

The Scenic Hotel | Norton Summit | Adelaide Hills Dining | Review

The Scenic Hotel – Beautiful views and great vibes
The Scenic Hotel is a gorgeous vintage pub with great vibes, exceptional pub fare and glorious views over tree tops and Adelaide City to the ocean beyond.
by Sharon Harrington
Built in 1869 and recently renovated in 2020, this pub is perfectly located to take advantage of the beautiful […]

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