One Last Chance To Get Wet And Catch Crabs — Little Miss Dive Shop & Crab Shack Closing This Weekend
Adelaide's Little Miss Dive Shop and Crab Shack, formerly 'Little Miss Mexico', are due to reel in the nets for one last time and close down this weekend, after three eventful and successful years at its Grenfell Street location.
Crab Shack closes its doors for the final time this Saturday, the 30th April, with Little Miss Dive Shop following with a final closure on the 28th of May.
The joint venture of Adelaidians Stuart Duckworth and Tom Skipper, Little Miss Dive Shop and The Crab Shack have lead to a number of successes for the pair's companies Little Miss Group & Social Creative, including Adelaide Fringe mammoth Royal Croquet Club and recent live-music venture Fat Controller.
The closure of Little Miss Dive Shop and Crab Shack isn't due to any commercial turbulence, after all, Social Creative have gone on to expand Royal Croquet Club interstate to Melbourne. The reasoning behind the closure is as simple as the venue's liquor license expiring and being unavailable for renewal due to residential refurbishment.
The venue originally opened as Little Miss Miami at its 74 Frome Street location as a pop-up bar, before closing and re-opening at neighbouring Grenfell Street property as Little Miss Mexico. The bar then went on to re-include the Miss Miami building, re-branded for its final season as Little Miss Dive Shop (with Miss Mexico renamed to Crab Shack).
Little Miss Dive Shop & Crab Shack; 74 From Street
Saturday, 30th April (Crab Shack); Saturday, 28th May (Dive Shop)
One last chance to take a dive and catch some crabs before closing for good!
You can RSVP to the Facebook event here.
All Images Courtesy of Little Miss Dive Shop & Crab Shack
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