Things To Do In Adelaide At Night
The top after hours spots & activities in Adelaide tonight!
Great food and spectacular views are the hallmarks of 2KW. Sitting above Rundle Mall on the 8th floor, this chic rooftop destination with city views serves delicious cuisine from its menu of modern Australian food. The comprehensive drinks list also doesn’t disappoint, with some wonderful cocktails. Do dress up a little so you fit in - this venue is a favourite with the well-heeled corporate crowd.
2. The Original Pancake Kitchen - Gilbert Place
If there is an iconic restaurant in Adelaide, it’s The Pancake Kitchen. You’ll savour great food and service; it’s a brilliant choice for the whole family. You can’t go wrong if you choose the fluffy pancakes from the menu. If they’re not your thing, a great menu with everything from burgers and fries to chicken wings are also available.
3. Peel / Leigh / Bank Street
If you like to travel by just absorbing a destination and going where the mood takes you, head to Peel, Leigh, and Bank Streets. It’s here you’ll discover a plethora of dining options and some terrific bars.
4. Adelaide Gaol Tour
Home to 300,000 prisoners over its 147 years of operation - which ended in 1988 - you’re invited to explore inside Adelaide Gaol. Believed to be haunted by some of the 45 executed inmates buried within the walls as well as those who worked there, this prison was one of Australia’s longest continuously operating correctional facilities.
5. Adelaide Ghost & Ghouls Walking Tour
Scary monsters, ghosts, and ghouls. You’ll be scared sh*tless on this tour, which explores the chilling history of Adelaide on foot. Discover the details of misfits and criminals, hauntings and just sheer terror! You’ll be sleeping with the lights on after hearing stories of fires, alarms being set off, and blood-curdling screams!
6. Windy Point Restaurant
Views, views, and more views. Sitting proudly on the hilltop sharing the same name, you’ll relish upscale modern Australian cuisine with a spectacular panoramic view at the Windy Point Restaurant.
7. Her Majesty's Theatre
Formerly known as the Tivoli and dating back to 1913, Her Majesty’s Theatre plays an integral part in the theatrical history of the nation. Over the years, the theatre has welcomed many famous faces and emerging talents.
8. Henley Square
You’re spoilt for choice with trendy eateries, swanky hotels, cafes, and takeaways at Henley Square. Located close to the beach, it’s no wonder Fish & Chips while watching the sunset is a favourite for visitors to Adelaide.
9. Penfolds Magill Estate Cellar Door
Food and wine pairing experiences go hand in hand with any visit to South Australia. At Penfolds Magill Estate Cellar Door, you’ll challenge your taste buds and expand your knowledge with a delicious culinary offering highlighted with stories of winemaking dating back to the 1840s. Known for using local and regional produce the pure flavour will be intensified and enhanced with magical wine pairings. This is a must-visit for food lovers!