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Hale & Hearty: Where to find the best warming soups on The Parade

Posted

27/05/2022

Crisp autumn days call for soul-nourishing comfort food and few meals are more warming than a big bowl of soup. Whether you like dunking crusty bread into a spiced lentil stew or scooping ladles full of noodles and veggies out of a perfectly spiced laksa, The Parade has you covered...

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Betty's Burgers on The Parade

Posted

06/04/2022

Betty's Burgers has recently taken over the former Manto site at the intersection of George Street and The Parade. Follow the smell of freshly grilled beef patties and you’ll discover a breezy burger shack that recalls the business’ Noosa origins.  “We’ve absolutely loved being involved in Adelaide so ever since...

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Where to find The Parade's best brunches

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29/03/2022

Dedicated foodies have long known that The Parade is one of Adelaide’s premier eat streets, and that’s never more evident than at brunch. As much a lifestyle choice as a meal, it’s the best reason to get out of bed after a long week. And no matter what kind of...

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Yo-Chi is Celebrating its First Birthday with Free Frozen Yoghurt For Uni Students

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28/02/2022

The middle of a Melbourne winter might seem like a strange point to try frozen yoghurt for the first time, but that’s exactly when Claudia Marro was introduced to Yo-Chi. “They do this thing called Winter Warmers where you have warm chocolate brownies and warm cookie slice and you put...

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3 simple ways to say 'I love you' on The Parade this Valentine's Day

Posted

07/02/2022

When done right, February 14 can be one of the most memorable days of the year, but leave it too late and it can easily turn into a stress-filled nightmare. So with the day quickly approaching, now’s the perfect time to make some plans. And whether your idea of a...

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Celebrate this Lunar New Year with a traditional feast on The Parade

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31/01/2022

An annual tradition celebrated by billions of people around the world, Lunar New Year falls shortly after the northern hemisphere’s winter solstice each year. The period is observed in different ways all across Asia but the traditions most familiar to many Australians are those from China, where the 15-day celebration...

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Australia's hottest new restaurant just opened on The Parade

Posted

10/12/2021

If there’s one thing you need to know about arkhé, the new restaurant that just opened in the former Stone’s Throw site, it’s that fire and smoke are central to every aspect of the offering (even the desserts). “Every dish has some sort of fire element, “says head chef Jake...

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Make this Christmas extra special with these irresistible handmade treats

Posted

26/11/2021

The Christmas season starts at different times for everyone, but for Sucre Patisserie owner Keva Freeman it never truly ends. That’s because the 39 year old, who has two decades’ experience as a pastry chef in Australia, France, England and Ireland, is preparing her famous Christmas puddings almost year round. ...

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Celebrate spring with these fresh, easy to prepare recipes

Posted

20/10/2021

Spring is a time of abundance, when an emergent sun warms the still crisp air and farms begin to fill with vibrant produce. That’s the cue to swap hearty winter ingredients for something lighter by adding a burst of green to your meals and these recipes distil the best seasonal...

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Sustainability made easy: How to reduce your waste on The Parade

Posted

28/09/2021

When the South Australian government announced four Plastic Free Precincts to take part in a trial program in 2019, it was no accident that The Parade was on that list. It was an acknowledgement of a forward-thinking community with a desire to lead the way in the sustainability field. The...

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30 Acres opens on The Parade

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31/08/2021

The Adelaide Hills farm that Alex Smith and Rik Fisher bought four years ago has left its mark on every aspect of their new cafe/ bar/ restaurant. Most obviously the size of the property gave 30 Acres its name, and the 500 fruit trees provide a fruit salad of cherries,...

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Meet The Cafe Owner Who Travelled The World Before Finding A Home In Norwood

Posted

10/05/2021

The $110 million redevelopment of Coles Norwood signals an exciting new chapter for The Parade. But as construction commences it’s still business as usual for the longstanding traders of Norwood Mall. Wander down the mall and you’ll find a welcoming community of business owners from all walks of life, so...

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Where To Find The Best Burgers On The Parade

Posted

30/03/2021

Once scorned as fast food, over the last few years the humble burger has been elevated to an art form. From no frills classics to next level creations piled high with extra ingredients, it’s possible to construct an entire menu from this versatile favourite. And no matter your preferred filling,...

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Celebrate Easter with These Irresistible Ricotta, Green Apple and Fig Fritters

Posted

30/03/2021

When Rik Fisher and Alex Smith moved to the Adelaide Hills, they bought more than just a house. The passionate cafe owners also took over a 30 acre property near Ashton and in just a few years they’ve transformed it into a bountiful farm that provides them with cherries, apples,...

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The continually evolving story of Inside Morocco

Posted

03/02/2021

When Inside Morocco first opened thirteen years ago, it dealt exclusively in Moroccan homewares. But it soon became clear that customers also wanted a more immersive experience so the store began branching into events and erecting elaborate Moroccan tents filled with colourful rugs and cushions.  Soon a catering arm was...

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Everything you need to know about Christmas (and Boxing Day) shopping on The Parade

Posted

21/12/2020

For Eating By far the simplest spot to get your Christmas food shopping done in one easy hit, Norwood Place has a butcher, fishmonger, greengrocer, bakery and supermarket all within a 30 second stroll. And best of all, it’s easy to get everything you need delivered. As well as fresh...

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It's time to Spring Back to The Parade

Posted

28/09/2020

Taste Spring means fresh shoots and greenery in the parks. It also means a host of colourful new options in the kitchen. Celebrate the season with one of the new spring dishes at The Colonist like toasted flatbread with lemon myrtle hummus and sun-kissed tomato and fetta dip or smoked...

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Celebrate the return of pubs and bars on The Parade

Posted

17/06/2020

There’s no better way to cure the winter blues than sitting beside a roaring fireplace with a nice cold beer. And with pubs once again opening their doors, there are plenty of spots on The Parade you can do exactly that. But your local drinking spots also offer much more,...

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Takeaway and delivery options on The Parade

Posted

30/03/2020

Takeaway and delivery options on The Parade so you can still enjoy good food while self-isolating. As social distancing measures ramp up, it’s important to look after yourself and protect others by following the latest recommendations. But even if you’re self-isolating or in quarantine you can still enjoy a morning...

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How to support Parade businesses during the Coronavirus crisis

Posted

20/03/2020

FIVE EASY TO FOLLOW TIPS  2020 has been a challenging year for many industries. After the year started with bushfires around the country, an ongoing worldwide health crisis of unprecedented severity has had (and will continue to have) a huge impact on local businesses. It means they need your support...

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The Inside Scoop

Posted

24/02/2020

Free scoops, Fruchocs gelato and 3000 flavour combinations. Where to get the best ice cream on The Parade. The long, hot days of summer are perfect for many things. Days at the beach, backyard barbecues and road trips, to name a few. And there’s one thing all those activities have...

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Make the Most of This Festival Season on The Parade

Posted

11/02/2020

For the next two months the Fringe and Adelaide Festival will take over Adelaide. But you don’t need to go into the city to get your culture fix: here are some of the best acts to catch right here on The Parade. Music Schnithouse is transforming into Club 134 And...

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas catch ups

Posted

10/12/2019

It’s that time of the year again… The festive season is upon us and brings with it a bout of joy, an epic ‘to do’ list, and a whole lot of Christmas catch ups with friends and family. Want to know a few foodie favourites for your next festive event?...

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Bakmi Lim Opens Norwood Store

Posted

05/12/2019

Growing up in Jakarta, David Lim didn’t eat noodles with every meal. But sometimes he came close. “We’d eat them a lot,” he recalls, “and on Saturday my dad would make noodles from scratch for breakfast.” So when he came to Adelaide to study at Le Cordon Bleu in 2011,...

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ARGO - The place to go in spring

Posted

05/11/2019

You could say Argo is a Norwood institution. Formally known as 'Argo Delicatessen and Fruit Palace’, the popular café has been around for 55 years. The current Argo in café format was established in 2010 and continues to transform, surprise and delight, thanks to owner Daniel Milky at the helm....

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