Rundle Street venues, Adelaide
The Tap Inn is a very unique blend of pub, restaurant, gaming lounge, pool hall, beer garden and driving range! Yes I said driving range. The Tap Inn is a totally golf themed building with a large in door driving range. There are heaps of rooms in the Tap Inn and you could spend all night just checking the place out.
From the pool room walls covered in golf balls, to the wall covered in flowing taps, to the multi lever beer garden it really is a place you have to experience and once you do you will fall in love with it.
For the girls if you go into the bathroom with the statue of the giant naked man all I can say is lit the leaf! There’s a surprise there that you don't expect!!
Dress Code: I don't believe there is dress code but this may be different if you are planning to eat at the restaurant.
The Stag usually has a good band on Friday and Saturday nights in their downstairs bar area. With no covercharge and casual attire permitted, its a great place to go for a night out!
Upstairs has a DJ playing 'doof doof' and techno music in case you are into that.
Dress Code: No requirements, but always best to be safe by not wearing thongs or sneakers. Jeans are fine.
If you are into romantic dinners or great nights out dith friends for a few drinks, that's just about the right place. The street, one of the most popular in the metropolitan Adelaide, lined with the best resturants, lounges, nightclubs and pubs. Whatever you type of hang-out spots, youare just bound to find that .
Dress Code: Definitly, for most nightlife spots, I wouldn't advise sneakers, sports gear,and for some you shouldn't look too casual nor too formal. Jeans is more preferable.
This place is pretty swanky - very sleek decor and even sleeker staff (check their website, it has a VR movie on it). It can be a bit hit and miss (not helped by that stupid tv in the corner - it's not cool guys, turn it off!!) but you're pretty much always guaranteed to see some very good looking people, and if you don't - you can always stare at their awesome tropical fish tank. No space for dancing: the music is not really hard anough anyway. They say they're a cigar bar but I've yet to see anyone smoking one in there...
Dress Code: Pretty strict - If you wear sneakers, make sure they're designer or at least clean, or you probably wont get in. Men definitely have more problems getting in than women... On the whole, dress to impress (but fellas, suits aren't necessary).
This place actually used to be a synogogue, and someone converted it into a dance club. (Seems somewhat sacreligios if ya ask me). I had a blast there and got plenty wasted (as usual). The DJ was phenomenal and the drinks were great.
Dress Code: whatever.
The Austral recently undergone renovations to the beer garden to soundproof it, normally plays host to rock/ punk/ pop.rock bands.
Beers on tap,
cover charge to band area on weekends.
Sound is normally average
More pub than venue.
Offers accomodation upstairs
Dress Code: casual
Rundle street Adelaide pub in a historical building that's over a 150 years old. Great place to grab a drink, sit outside and people watch. Normally very busy on the weekend.
Dress Code: Casual