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The final Eastside Happy Hour Live session will be the biggest ever

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12/10/2021

The Lambrook Wines story begins in the Adelaide Hills, where carefully selected parcels of fruit are slowly maturing on their way to becoming elegant cool climate wines. But when owners Brooke and Adam Lampit were searching for a permanent home they looked down the hill to Norwood. Naturally, customers began...

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Magill Road's best brunch spots

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06/10/2021

Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but there’s no doubt which is the most enjoyable. Weekends are meant to be relaxing and there’s no better way to lean into that than by enjoying an extended brunch with friends. And with so many spots to choose from,...

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Indira Beauty Turns 10 This Week

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01/10/2021

Growing up with a twin brother meant that Carla Pannozzo was a bit of a tomboy as a child, but she was always aware that it was just one aspect of her personality. “By the age of fifteen I knew that the beauty industry was the only way I would...

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Get your children into the kitchen with Scoffed Cooking School

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27/09/2021

Inspiration can strike anywhere. For Nadine Silverberg it was in Noarlunga when she took her nieces to Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food pop-up cooking school. They loved it so much she immediately began looking for other similar classes but was surprised when she couldn’t find anything in Adelaide. “There were...

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Step into the sunny piazza of this new Mediterranean-inspired cafe

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23/09/2021

During his fifteen years in hospitality, Izaac King has worked in some of Adelaide’s best venues and after opening his first cafe in Blackwood last year, he knew exactly what his next venture would be. “I wanted to open a Spanish bar in the city,” he recalls, but then he...

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Ambrosini’s Legendary Duck Leg with Porcini Risotto

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20/09/2021

You can always expect a warm family welcome at Ambrosini’s, where Paul Ambrosini presides over the candlelit dining room while his brother Remo and nephew Matthew pay tribute to their Northern Italian heritage in the kitchen.  A mountainous region near Italy’s northern border, Lombardy has a strong Swiss influence evident...

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Magill Road’s Top Spots For Craft Beer

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14/09/2021

Whether you enjoy lazing in the sun with a super smooth session ale or sitting by the fire with an OTT pastry stout, there’s never been a more exciting time to be a beer drinker. Craft beers are everywhere, and on Magill Road you can something to sate every craving...

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Your Ultimate Guide To Eating Out On Magill Road

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02/08/2021

Breakfast: SAHA In an airy home filled with stylish blonde timber furnishings and local artworks, SAHA’s new location is the perfect place to start the day. The name means “health” in Arabic so it’s no surprise that fresh dishes with a Middle Eastern twist rule the mornings here - the...

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Magill Road Comes Alive For Record Store Day

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07/06/2021

When Wolfie’s Records opened just down the road from Big Star Records last year, it meant that two of Adelaide’s longest running and best loved music stores were located within fifty metres of each other on Magill Road. Every week both stores put out hundreds of new releases and second...

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Great ways to keep your kids entertained these school holidays

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13/04/2021

For Young Chefs Scoffed Cooking School helps kids build their confidence in the kitchen with a range of classes suitable for budding masterchefs of all ages and during the school holidays they’ll be running extra classes every weekday.  The daily 9:30 Food Chief Entree Class (ages 5+) serves as an...

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An Expert’s Guide To Cooking With Spices from Chile Mojo

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12/04/2021

Morgen Britt admits that stepping into Chile Mojo can be “overwhelming” for first time customers. The vibrantly coloured store, which specialises in hard to find essentials for Mexican cooking and other chile-related products, is perhaps most famous for carrying Australia’s largest collection of hot sauces. The current count is 750,...

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Ecolateral’s guide to better living

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23/03/2021

Ecolateral CEO Jamie Stott spent years working as a clinical counsellor but she was so busy caring for her patients that she neglected to look after herself. The result was serious burnout and two years spent in bed with chronic fatigue.  “As part of my healing journey,” she recalls, “I...

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Saha rises from the ashes

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22/03/2021

When much loved cafe Saha finally reopened on Magill Road at the end of January, it was the culmination of a long journey. Before the dramas that defined 2020 had even begun, owners Jinan and Abdoullah Mehio saw their cafe on The Parade in Beulah Park go up in flames....

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Four design tips for your home

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12/02/2021

Over the past few years, the growing collection of homewares shops near the intersection of Osmond Terrace and Magill Road has developed into a thriving design hub. A range of stores within easy walking distance like twopairs, Asser & Co, Flourish and Outside Square complement each other by offering a...

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The continually evolving story of Inside Morocco

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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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Republic’s summer cocktail guide

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21/01/2021

It’s not just wardrobes that get more colourful when the weather warms up; so do the drinks. And whether you’re kicking off brunch with a bang or relaxing on a sultry evening, Republic’s list of a dozen seasonal cocktails perfectly captures the summer mood. Assistant Manager Damien Bown is the...

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How to make your New Year’s resolutions stick this year

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06/01/2021

A new year is the perfect time to change existing habits, and to make new ones. But it’s not easy, so you need all the help you can get. A simple place to start is to set a realistic goal and a routine that you’ll be able to keep –...

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