They’re here for a good time, not a long time so catch them while you can.
Here’s your go-to guide for the best Pop-Up’s that will be calling the East End home this festival season.
Promising hard to find wines from all over the world, Hellbound talks a big game. Describing itself as a Wine Bar and not a bar with wine, this basement venue is the brain child of hospitality veteran Mark Reginato & wine maker Louis Schofield. The wealth of knowledge that the duo bring makes Hellbound the perfect venue for an intimate & unique wine experience for those looking to learn about the world of wine. The duo also has plans to become a bit more permanent in the near future!
TIGER MOUNTAIN | 246 Rundle Street
An impressive mashup of eateries – the likes of Bistro Blackwood, Orana, Low & Slow and The Exeter have combined for this years reincarnation of Tiger Mountain. The menu is just as diverse as the line up – with everything from BBQ favourites to fine dining options available at any one given time. Walk up and check out what’s on offer as you may be walking away with a $12 meal personally cooked by Jock Zonfrillo himself.
Young Henrys Beer Garden | 27 Ebenezer Pl
What happens when the Adelaide icon – The Belgian Beer Cafe gives popular brewers Young Henrys free reign on their beer garden? You get a whole lotta fun, great Australian beers and a beer garden set up to rival the Garden of Unearthly Delights itself.
With ample seating and it’s laneway positioning the Young Henrys Pop Up is already proving to be hugely popular with locals and visitors alike.
GIN & PHONIC | The NOLA Laneway
Always ready for a party, the crew at NOLA Adelaide have laneway pop up’s down to a fine art. This year NOLA has transformed it’s laneway into Gin & Phonic which as the name suggest will be supplying the very best of their Gin selections, complimented with an array of mixes. The good vibes are going to transition perfectly into balmy summer evenings, with live music and dj’s picking up the energy till late. A venue that’s great to start your night in and even better to end with, we doubt you’ll be able to resist the urge to sneak a peak into.
LOT 14 | North Tce – Former RAH Site
There’s a new kid on the terrace, Lot 14 – the newest East End spot this festival season. Select from a fabulous range of South Australian beer, wine, cider and gin, Instagram worthy platters, FREE live performances and more.
You’ll be able to join friends on long tables or roll out a picnic rug on the grass and lay underneath a canopy of fairy lights while you eat food from Eros Kafe or enjoy a drink and a platter from East End Cellars & The Sparkke Change Beverage Company
For more places to try this Fringe season,
Check out our digital guide below!