Comfort Inn Anzac Highway
626 Anzac Highway
Glenelg, SA 5045
Phone: (61) 8 82941344
Fax: (61) 8 82951259
626 Anzac Highway, Glenelg, SA, AU, 5045
- Phone: (61) 8 82941344
- Fax: (61) 8 82951259
Bars & Cafes
Situated in Plympton, The Highway is where local party and nightlife revelers head down for their fair share of entertainment and fun. This award winning eatery, bar and entertainment center gives guests the perfect opportunity to indulge in quality cuisines and entertainment. The Lounge and Deck section is where one can relax and unwind whilst they sip on ales and alcoholic spirits. The Games Room has excellent slot machines, poker and other interactive games. The Sports Bar is the place one would want to be on match days with live telecast of cricket, soccer and other sporting events being shown on the big screens. The Bistro is where you would want to be for a comfortable time and some delectable food . All in all a great place, with awesome food and an even better choice of entertainment. There is also a functions room for rent and a wine store which sells a good selection of alcohol.
S Bar is one of the city's best places to escape the mundane routine with a drink. Theme nights and bar events keep it electric, while DJs spin what you want to hear. Ladies, do not miss the Ladies Night every Thursday.
The Goody is an vast space with several bars and entertainment options within it. You can choose to enjoy the bright day in the beer garden as you sip on the coolers or simply take one of the plush seats and enjoy an exciting match in the sports bar. Several games, gigs, live music and other events serve to entertain the patrons and make their trip to the The Goody memorable. To know the schedule of events and gigs that are taking place here, check the website.
Henley Square is a delightful enclave of seaside dining which lends itself to the alfresco style of Bacchus. Distinctively different dining with colorful dishes, such as red snapper on black and red noodles. Seafood is naturally a feature of the menu and the affable staff will make you welcome at any time. Bacchus is a delight both in summer with cool meals by the water, and in the winter with its snug log fires.
Zootz Kitchen Bar offers an array of amazing local fare that gives you a taste of the exotic local flavors of city. You can indulge in the days specials that are prepared with extra care. If you are not in a mood for a meal, try some of their amazing cocktails for which the place has been specially noted by the patrons. There are regular DJ and theme night which provide perfect entertainment for those who have exquisite taste. To know about the schedule of the events here or book a table, check the website.
Known for scrumptious wood-fired pizza, the venue is a perfect bar and restaurant combination. The cozy ambiance and the warm meal complete the delightful experience at this place.
Just the place to drop in for breakfast, lunch, dinner or simply a drink. The menu spans a mix of Italian preparations and local specialties. Open whenever you are hungry, the atmosphere at Cafe Paradiso is always lively. Enjoy alfresco dining on fashionable King William Road: minutes from the heart of the city or dine in the bright and airy cafe proper.
Gilbert Street Hotel is one of the finest places to go if you are interested in having a meal and some fun times. This restaurant and beer garden serves an amazing fare that gives you a taste of local cuisine. The restaurant also hosts an array of events that are fun to attend. So, get ready to go to the Gilbert Street Hotel and have some memorable times of your trip to the city.
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.
This historical place has all the essentials of a conventional pub. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming and the drinks choice is elaborate. The decor totally blends with the atmosphere here which has a rustic undertone and a contemporary charm. The Edinburgh Castle is divided into a front bar, a dining room, a beer garden and a terrace. There are tasty options when it comes to the food menu and the service is quite friendly. Live performances by a range of artists add to the charm of the place.
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.
This is a real "in" pub. Possibly one of the only pubs in Adelaide with a female name and style to suit! Proudly gaming machine-free, The Grace Emily Hotel has become a firm favorite with those seeking a "real" pub atmosphere. You will not find food so just enjoy a long cold beer. Relax in the front bar, the beer garden or the lounge area, filled with 1960s-style lounge chairs - great for sinking into at the end of a long day. The pub comes alive with good quality, local music on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.