The inner southern-suburb of Adelaide locates the City of Unley that is home to the prestigious leafy 5061 suburb of Hyde Park. An area commonly known for its delicious cuisine, appetising coffees and of course the finest drop of alcohol. We want you to experience the best Hyde Park has to offer and to make sure you indulge in the most palatable establishments, we've created a list of all the places you need to try.
A Mother’s Milk – Feel cosy in the bay window at A Mother’s Milk, leaning up against exposed brick walls and watching the world go by outside with a cup of incredible coffee.
50SixOne – 50SixOne have a great outdoor area to catch up with friends and grab a coffee or milkshake. On weekends and busy days they often have lineups for a table! (Psst. If you’re craving chocolate this is DEFINITELY the place to head, quickly.)
Nutrition Republic – Whilst best known as a one stop spot for all your health food needs with an ethos around serving real, wholesome nourishing food, Nutrition Republic also do awesome coffee.
CIBO – When you go head to CIBO for a coffee on the way to work in the morning you know it’s going to taste as good as it is at every other CIBO in Adelaide, which is what makes them so special. Reliable, repeatable, friendly and delicious coffee
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Sushi Train – Next door to Hyde Park Place is The Metro, which houses an all-time favourite lunch spot for a healthy takeaway or dine in experience. Watch chefs prepare your sushi and soups and order as much as you want, as long as you want, until you can’t fit in any more!
Red Door Bakery – As well as making a great strong coffee, Red Door are best known for their incredible pies and sausage rolls.
La Trattoria – A little piece of Italy, this establishment is a family-run business which opened in 1975 and shows their flair for the Italian way and for great Italian food.
Melt Hyde Park – Head to Melt for a “drink at the bar, a quick lunch or long dinner and everything in between.” Usually packed and has great artwork on the walls, its vibe is funky and casual.
Pollen 185 – Pollen 185 is a vegetarian and vegan restaurant with gluten free options, serving food to nourish the soul. Jyoti’s dishes have the most incredible looking and tasting food, and it’s all fresh and wholesome, as well as offering delicious smoothies, juices and house-made chutneys and jams.
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The Cremorne Hotel – This hotel originally opened in 1854 in the older building located behind the newer building constructed in 1925. It was a popular stop for travellers, and as well as a venue for public meetings, notices and elections it had a weighbridge, so teamsters would stop with their loads of timber and stone.
These days the main bar has a chilled and open atmosphere with a large variety of locally crafted and imported beers. They also have a great beer garden for those warm Sunday afternoons with a giant screen for watching sport.
The Local Wine Co. – an intimate and homely new wine haven with the aim to become your new local. A carefully curated wine list ranging from easy-drinking “Friday night pizza wines” to “rare and exquisite finds for special occasions” this is a special and welcoming place for the wine lover.
Hyde Park Tavern – Around for 150 years, this establishment is a favourite haunt for locals enjoying good food, diverse beer and wine lists, live music and a bottle shop.
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It's quite obvious that variance of the most exquisite dishes and beverages is what Hyde Park can consistently offer. Whether you're looking for a bite to eat, the best coffee or an occasion with the most delectable range of alcohol, this list is here to fulfil all your pleasures, but we'll let you be the judge of that!