It’s no secret that in the Adelaide CBD, rooftop and beer gardens reign supreme. On a gorgeous, clear sky, mid-twenties kinda day, there’s nothing better than sipping on an ice cold frothie. That is except for savouring a perfectly chilled glass of wine, amirite? We all know about beer gardens... they’re everywhere. But a wine garden that’s NOT in the Adelaide Hills or McLaren Vale? Now that’s something we haven’t heard of before!
Just in time for the day drinking season, 1877 Pasta and Wine Bar have launched a new menu from the recently welcomed Head Chef, Michael Beltrame, as well as a beautiful new wine garden.
Stemming from his Northern Italian heritage, Michael has brought with him an authentic and fresh Italian cuisine, just like Nonna’s cooking! Featuring freshly made pasta, as well as other Italian favourites Guanciale di Manzo (beef cheeks) and Zeppole (homemade doughnuts), punters can enjoy a little slice of Treviso in Modbury.
Another fantastic feature of the new and improved 1877 Pasta and Wine bar is of course, the wine garden. With a selection of antipastos and fresh pastas available to go with your local SA wine, one has everything they could ever want for a glorious afternoon, or evening.
All Images via 1877 Pasta and Wine Bar
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