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Max Sharrad is reinventing The Pot’s legacy with Nido

After less than six months as The Pot’s head chef, Max Sharrad is changing up the restaurant with a new “fun and comfortable” pasta bar concept, Nido.


SA pipi business targets Asia and Europe with expansion

An SA pipi producer is expanding its processing capabilities to target Asian and European export markets with its premium cockles, and it hopes changing Australian palates will also lead to more opportunities in this country.

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East End Wine Down, Yappy Hour, Fignic

Upcoming food and drink happenings in SA, including this weekend’s East End Wine Down, with more than 150 wines to try; a dog’s day out at Hains & Co; Friday night dinner at Lot 100, and a fig harvest celebration at Glen Ewin Estate.

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A happenstance meeting of two gin lovers

After a chance meeting at a dinner party, gin enthusiasts Mei Lin Ford and Tim Gilchrist have launched a bourgeoning distillery from an old mechanics workshop at Thebarton.



Italian Street Polpette (meatballs)

Made with minced beef and pork and given added spice with fennel seeds and cayenne pepper, these meatballs from new cookbook Black Sea are inspired by the early Italian restaurateurs in the Ukraine port city of Odessa.



Exploring the Flinders Ranges

Experiencing the natural beauty of the Australian outback doesn’t have to involve ‘roughing it’, as Amanda McInerney discovered on an excursion to sheep station turned tourism gem Rawnsley Park Station in the Flinders Ranges.


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Adelaide’s best $10 breakfasts

CityMag has toured old-world delis and lunch bars across the city to find the best-value breakfast in Adelaide’s CBD.

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Rochfort Distillery opens new whisky lounge bar

One of South Australia’s newest distilleries has opened a whisky lounge bar and 200-seat restaurant in a picturesque valley outside Victor Harbor.