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November 21, 2018 Destination Global No Comments Email Email

SeaSalt, Henley Beach
Overlooking the beautiful Henley Beach, SeaSalt is iconic for serving up delicious locally sourced seafood. Designed by Studio Gram, the team behind Osteria Oggi and Shobosho, SeaSalts retro décor creates the perfect atmosphere to sip on local wine and take in the view.

Melt, Henley Beach

With so many exceptional west-facing beaches so close to the city centre, Adelaide’s sand and surf are virtually inescapable. Pull-up a stool at Melt for the best seat in the house. Perched above SeaSalt, Melt’s décor is bright and airy with a retro pastel palette. The pizza menu is as extensive as it is impressive, offering gourmet toppings from Spanish meatballs to scallop and truffle.

West Bar, Henley Beach 
After dining on gourmet pizza downstairs at Melt, head up to West Bar and grab one of their many cocktails or glass of South Australian wine and head out to the terrace. The bar opens up to specular views of Henley Beach making it the perfect place to spend the afternoon as the sun sets.

Hortas Resturant and Cafe, Port Noarlunga
Sitting on the shore of Port Noarlunga, Hortas restaurant and Café is a favourite among locals for its Portuguese and Mediterranean-inspired dishes. With uninterrupted ocean views the balcony is the perfect spot to settle in with a glass of McLaren Vale and watch a famous South Australian sunset.

The Moseley Beach Club, Glenelg
The Moseley Beach Club returns in 2018, luring crowds to the pristine white sand and lapping waves of Adelaide’s favourite city beach. Grab a cocktail and settle-in for the day on premium sun beds or fully-serviced lounges. Casual dining is available as well as a bar, with live music and DJs providing the perfect summer soundtrack.

Stella Restaurant, Henley Beach 
Located right on the beach at Henley Square, Stella is a famous for its eclectic menu, featuring a wide range of dishes, made from only the best local and imported Italian ingredients. With incredible ocean views, there are few better places in Adelaide to take-in South Australia’s iconic summer sunsets.

Star of Greece, Port Noarlunga
Port Willunga’s award-winning Star of Greece restaurant is South Australian foodie royalty. Here, you’ll dig into South Australia’s most succulent seafood, overlooking towering cliffs, taking-in iconic views of Gulf St Vincent. This is a restaurant that doesn’t rely on grand architecture or flashy décor,
instead focussing all its efforts on plating-up unsurpassable food and wine in naturally stunning surrounds.

Bacchus Bar, Henley Beach
Just off Henley Square, mere steps away from the beach, Bacchus Bar is one of Adelaide’s most popular beachside hangouts. Bacchus mixes-up fruity cocktails while offering an extensive lunch and dinner menu. Chill out with live music and DJs on summer weekends, soaking-up Henley’s buzzing atmosphere.

Chicco Palms, Henley Beach 
Chicco Palms is a California-inspired pizza shop, pairing Italo-American classics with neon-splashed, retro décor. Their menu features pizza, pasta, traditional sweets and antipasto share plates, paired with Italian and South Australian wine.

In addition to the above, the  South Australian Tourism Commission also has a list of the top 5 best beaches in Adelaide which could complement the waterfront bars and restaurants content.

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