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Carmine & Co 50th birthday bash!

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I think I want to be adopted into an Italian family. It’s not the first time I have thought this either, but it was just reinforced having walked away from the 50th birthday celebration at Port Pizza Bar (aka Carmine and Co). 50 years is a long time for a restaurant to exist, and to not just survive but thrive ...

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Le Cordon Bleu offering Gourmet Short Courses in Adelaide

International cooking school Le Cordon Bleu are offering a selection of 2 day courses, perfect for beginners, gourmet enthusiasts or those wanting to be the best house party host. Their selection of courses have been designed to satisfy the time and budget conscious, as well as offer a great way to experience first-hand the world of Le Cordon Bleu. They ...

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B’churrasco opens on East Terrace

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If the idea of skewer after skewer of lovingly prepared and flame grilled meats being carved and served at your table by attentive passadores sounds like the makings of a memorable evening, then B’churrasco should be top of your future dining plans.

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Farina 00 Pasta and Wine – Pizza Menu Launch

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Pizza is like lingerie in – stay with me here – at least two ways. Firstly, simplicity is always better. All the bows and sparkly hearts and excessive lace and…fluffy bits…. Not actually making things better. Sorry guys, it just isn’t. Secondly, neither are meant to be actually visible for long periods of time. If you can still….ummm…see your pizza ...

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The Hindley – Autumn Menu Launch

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The rise and redevelopment of Adelaide CBD’s west end continues with the opening of The Hindley Bar and Grill as part of the new HQ complex. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily – including weekend brunch options – this could become the new hub of Hindley Street. Head chef Shane Piercy (The Lion, Public Caffe, The Sauce) has developed ...

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Choir of Man – Gluttony 2018

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Blending some good British lads, a narrative both humorous and reflective, great choreography, excellent instrumental performances and amazing vocals, The Choir of Man delivers on so many levels. Centred around their fictional pub, The Jungle, each character on the ensemble has their back story so eloquently described and played out through the course of a raucous hour of laughs and ...

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