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Is eating off a milk crate as hipster as it gets? In the Northeast Corner of Adelaide it is

Is eating off a milk crate as hipster as it gets? In the Northeast Corner of Adelaide it is

Life In My Hood - Northeast Corner Adelaide

by Chad Eglinton

The north east corner of Adelaide is a hive of activity. there is always something new happening from motorsport to cultural events. In the side streets you will find the true gems of the area.

Join local Chad Eglington as he walks around his neighbourhood in the inner city of South Australia's capital city, Adelaide. He shows us where to get great coffee in Adelaide, where to shop in Adelaide, what to do in Adelaide and where to eat in Adelaide. 

COFFEE IN MY HOOD
Cibo Espresso, 112A Rundle Mall
“Cibo has great coffee and great service across Adelaide. 
This is a great hole in the wall in Rundle Mall.”

GROCERIES IN MY HOOD
IGA, 281 North Terrace
“The IGA is close by and open late. convenient shopping for all your necessities"

HANGING IN MY HOOD
Adelaide Botanic Garden, North Terrace
“On the edge of the city, is a beautiful slice of paradise, the botanic garden. 
Close by are the state’s art gallery and library”

GIFTS IN MY HOOD
The Jam Factory, 19 Morphett St
The Jam Factory is a not-for-profit local design shop.
It offers unique glassware, art and sculpture.

EATING IN MY HOOD
Penny University, 1 Union St
Penny University is as hipster as it gets. 
You can eat off a milk crate!

 

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