Comfort Inn Haven Marina
6-10 Adelphi Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5045
Phone: (61) 8 83505199
Fax: (61) 8 83505299
Stix is a handy place to spend a night after eating out in Adelaide. A good-value pool hall, it is also a very popular nightclub on weekends. This no-frills place packs a lot into a small space, offering pool tables, a stage, bar and lounge area. DJs play a mix of alternative dance and indie pop. On Saturday nights the focus is on British music. The bar offers Australian beers, spirits and alcoholic lemonades.
The Head Quarters of fun and partying, this location is found inside the New Market Hotel in Adelaide. Saturday is the most happening day at HQ, with a number of happening events and live gigs. the performers at HQ are high on adrenaline and low on boredom. There is a membership card available to the club that entitles you to benefits like express entry. Check website for schedules.
A stylish nightclub located in a 19th century building, the Mars Bar is Adelaide's best known and most popular gay venue. Big screens, blue and silver walls and a hi-tech lighting system give this place an ultra modern feel. Drag queens regularly put on shows on the club stage. Gay men are the main clients, although a large chunk of the crowd is straight. DJs spin dance and modern pop tunes. The bar serves a good range of alcoholic drinks, including cocktails, and prices are cheaper than in many other nightclubs. The sparkling nightclub is open Wednesday to Saturday from 9p until the wee hours.
Formerly known as Mojo West, the White Rabbit is a latest addition to the party circuit of Adelaide. Completely revamped, this club with an aura of sophistication and class attracts chic and crème de la crème crowd, so dressing up with style before coming here is simply imperative. You can sit all by yourself and sip your favorite drink or join the gang of party animals on the dance floor and groove to the funky tunes. So go ahead and get along your friends to enjoy and party at the White Rabbit club.
This tiny club has been a leading underground music venue for years, and regularly hosts ground-breaking international acts. On Wednesdays and Fridays DJs spin alternative dance tunes; deep house, speed garage, techno, and drum and base. Anything goes on Saturdays, although the focus is usually on live music. Monday nights, featuring jazz and poetry, are very mellow. The modern bar takes up most of the room and plenty of interesting choices await you there, including a good range of cocktails. The martinis come highly recommended.
This cozy retro haunt makes a top place to unwind. It is one of the smallest night-spots in town but offers plenty of variety. To blend with the colorful decor many regulars like to dress up in their 70s gear. Getting through the door can be a problem wearing training shoes and denim, but once inside, the mood is quite laid back. Local short films are screened once a month. The bar serves a variety of cocktails, and anyone with a taste for imported beer will be charmed by the choice of brews available.
As electrifying as the name is, Electric Circus has created quite a stir in the music scene of Adelaide. The place is packed on most days, but on weekends, it is packed to suffocation. The nightclub with its blue and red lights glows in the dark, just enough for you to see where your heading to. Dj's known on the international circuit and in Australia come to play here every week and Thursdays are popular for fun and partying. Check the website for upcoming gigs.
Located in Central Adelaide just off Kent Town, the Rocket Bar is the place to be in for a night out with friends. Rocket Bar has a very contemporary feel to it, with typical dim lights, spacious dance floor and minimalistic seating. On event nights the place tends to get crowded as well known performers hit the spot with some fine talent and great music. Check the website for a list of upcoming events and programs.
Living up to its name, The Red Square Bar & Lounge, is indeed red. The outer facade and look is done in red and there is also a red square TV, for all those who are done with their merriment and just want to relax. The music is loud and ear-splitting, so if it's not your thing, then you might want to give this place a skip. Welcoming upcoming talents and professional Djs, one thing that Red strongly abstains from is, monotony. Go ahead and see red.
You will find Rio International in the middle of a busy party strip featuring several pubs, cafes, video game parlors and a movie complex. While the venue is very dark and loud downstairs, it has the look of a casual tavern upstairs. The DJs usually play commercial dance. Drinks offered at the bar include Australian and imported beers, a wide range of spirits and house wine.
Nestled in a little dark street, this alternative club and concert venue can be difficult to find. The place is a converted warehouse and one of the grungiest nightspots in town. Dim lights, purple walls and red curtains all add to the look and feel. Pumping techno and house is played on Thursday nights. Fridays often feature live indie bands. An offbeat crowd, drawn by retro and gothic, fills the place on Saturdays. Well-stocked in Australian beers and base spirits, the two Proscenium bars also offer several imported ales and cocktails.
The London Tavern offers an array of amazing local cuisine, prepared with fresh local produce which makes dining here, sheer delight. You can enjoy some amazing and rare culinary delights. There is a variety of drinks to accompany with your meal. After the meal, step into the nightclub and swirl to some peppy music for a perfect outing. To know the schedule of the events that are taking place here, check the website.