The Moseley Beach Club – November 30 to March 21
Opening Monday, November 30, The Moseley Beach Club returns to the Glenelg Beach foreshore for a fourth summer and will operate seven days a week through to March 2021. Open 11am to 11pm, the Beach Club is free to enter, with a casual dining area including deckchairs, beanbags and picnic tables, as well as sun lounges and booths that must be pre-booked online. More than 30,000 people visited the Beach Club last season. Along with the food offerings, beverage options feature iconic local brands such as Shaw & Smith, Pirate Life, Bird in Hand and The Lane.
Oddio Summer Party feat. Part Time Lover – November 27 to 29
With capacity restrictions, Oddio Bowden is taking bookings for this weekend as it hosts the crew from Part Time Lover for a summer party. The event runs from 5pm to 1am Friday, 3pm to 1am Saturday, and noon to 9pm Sunday. Oddio is home to wine producers Frederick Stevenson, Delinquente Wine Co and Giovanni Armani Giorgio.
Weber Grill Academy: Barbecue Classics – November 28
To own a Weber barbecue and to master a Weber barbecue are two very different realities – the latter only coming through grit, determination, time and, with the recent launch of the Weber Grill Academy on Fullarton Road, a smoky short course. On Saturday, November 28, Weber Grill Academy will host Barbecue Classics 1, an introduction to grilling atop your gas, charcoal or electric Weber. Learn to roast pork crackling to its crunchiest, and even bake a brownie, just in time to host Christmas lunch. The class is $189 and runs from 10am until 2pm, including dining time. The view looking over Pakapakanthi Victoria Park is free (and priceless). More info here.
The Maker & Me: Vanguardist – December 1
The Fruitful Pursuit’s long-running intimate wine tasting series, The Maker & Me, is held each Tuesday at Yiasou George on East Terrace. There are just two sessions remaining for the year, with the next session featuring Vanguardist. Enjoy two hours of tales amidst splashing after splashing of old, new, yet-to-be-released, and rare and limited bottles. Only 20 seats per session, starting at 5.45pm to check in.
Russell Love feat. Timberwolf – December 6
Russell’s Pizza at Willunga hosts an afternoon of live music and pizza, headlined by Timberwolf. Music starts from 4.30pm and roaming pizza from 5.30pm. Tickets are $50 with the musical lineup also featuring Didier Kumalo and Ricky Albeck.
The Cupcake Lady – until December 31
Back by popular demand, The Cupcake Lady will have a pop-up location at the Adelaide Central Market until the end of the year. The popular gourmet range of cupcake flavours – a roster of 10 daily – will be available at the pop-up store. Shoppers can find The Cupcake Lady at Stall 28/29 in the Adelaide Central Market. The Market is open Tuesday to Saturday, including late nights until 9pm on Fridays and a range of traders on Sundays from 8am to 3pm.
Grapes of Mirth The Christmas Edition – December 13
Six of Australia’s best comedians, including host Merrick Watts, wil present a Christmas-themed afternoon in wine country, hosted by Lloyd Brothers in McLaren Vale. Sign up for presale tickets now.
The Enchanted Fig Tree with Simon Bryant – December 18
Join Tasting Australia festival director and chef Simon Bryant at The Enchanted Fig Tree on Kangaroo Island for a one-off evening event set inside a magical living fig tree. The Enchanted Fig Tree is more than 120 years old and more than 35 metres in diameter. Tickets are from $135 from Gastronomo: Wilderness Dining. The evening marks the launch of Gastronomo’s 2020-21 season of dining experiences at the Enchanted Fig Tree.
Cancellations and postponements
Feast Festival Picnic in the Park – November 29: Cancelled
Scheduled to be held at Pinky Flat, Feast’s annual community picnic has been cancelled with the recent implementation of new state government restrictions.
Beer n BBQ Fest – December 4 to 6: Postponed
Organisers of the Beer & BBQ Festival have announced via Facebook: “For anyone who has already purchased tickets these will absolutely be valid for the rescheduled dates and we hope to be announcing these in the next fortnight”.
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