Food, local booze, art and river views – lap it all up and enjoy the last bit of warm weather for the season at Folklore Café’s reopening event this Friday night 18th March!
Apart from its prime dolphin-spotting position, Folklore Café is also unique it its setup. Residing in an ex-real estate information office built on the water to get the best view of the new port apartments, the café has since taken over with kooky furniture, seasonal menus and wide-open spaces full of natural light – perfect for breakfasting.
However, for this Friday, forget about breakfast and start thinking about the perfect way to spend a cultural night out in the port! Celebrating its new opening hours, Folklore Café will be open from 5:30 – 11:30pm to show off a new tapas menu, rehydrate people with local beverages and treat their eyes with an art exhibition! There will also be a DJ set and sunset views – just sayin’!
It’s all happening this Friday night at one of our cities best kept secret locations. So, pull on your favourite dolphin-watching attire and go and see what our port has to offer!
Friday 18th March
5:30 – 11:30
The Annex Via Mundy Street, Port Adelaide SA
All images supplied by Folklore Cafe
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