It's that time of the year where everything is wrapping up: Christmas is rapidly approaching, everyone's getting ready for their holiday leave, and the uni semester is almost over. So let's all take a collective breath, and have a Friday night off.
This Friday, October 28th, South Australia is throwing a party in the city's West End, and all of Radelaide is invited. Adelaide's West End has flourished in recent years, and this event is the ultimate celebration of one of our favourite districts, right in the middle of it all.
The SA Block Party will showcase the very best of Leigh Street, Peel Street, and Gilbert Place's much loved bars, restaurants and cafes, who will commence the night with outdoor BBQs, pop-up gin bars and sangria stations (featuring our renowned South Aussie distilleries), and gourmet street food created with the finest of local produce, all within alfresco dining areas.
Participating diners include:
Alfred's Bar, Kua, Bar & Bistro, Bread & Bone Wood Grill, Casablabla, Chihuahua Bar Peel St, Clever Little Tailor, Coffee Branch, Hains & Co, Kaffana, Kua Bistro and Kua Bar, La Rambla, Tapas Bar, Maybe Mae, Nonna Mallozzi, Peel St Restaurant, Pink Moon Saloon, and udaberri.
Live music and a Mariachi band will amp up the party, giving the ideal atmosphere for us to dance the night away ... (and try to forget about the fact that we've got exams coming up.)
When: Friday, October 28, 2016, 5PM-10PM.
Where: Peel St., Leigh St., and Gilbert Place, Adelaide.
Photos via SA Block Party and Leigh St. Facebook.
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