Take a tour around Norwood, one of Adelaide's up-and-coming neighbourhoods
Life In My Hood - Norwood, South Australia
by Anthony Phan
The new intercity suburb of Norwood is fast becoming one of the hipster cool neighbourhoods of Australia. But there are still pockets left that have yet to be gentrified.
Local resident Anthony Phan took his smartphone for a tour of his suburb for us to get a glimpse of life in the hood of Norwood.
Anthony's says his hood is: "A vibrant suburb with beautiful tree lined streets, filled with passionate small businesses. Norwood is a great place to catch up with friends and discover delicious cafés and restaurants."
Anthony's tips on the five best places to go in Norwood are as follows:
COFFEE IN MY HOOD
For advice on where to get the best coffee in Norwood, head to:
Tell Henry, 20 The Parade
“Tell henry - the delicious taste of a specialised coffee store, without the PRETENTIOUSNESS. a great place to sit, enjoy a coffee, and read a book.”
GROCERIES IN MY HOOD
Anthony's advice on where to buy groceries in Norwood is to head to:
Metropolitan Fresh Fruiterers, 161 The Parade
“MetFresh has the freshest produce in Norwood
sourced from the finest farms in South Australia.
HANGING IN MY HOOD
“Shop until you drop, then pop down the local pub or coffee store.
The parade has it all”
GIFTS IN MY HOOD
Anthony's advice on where to buy a gift in Norwood is:
Brick+Mortar Creative, 49 George St
"A retail space and café for local artists to showcase their work
A great place to get locally-made and designed South Australian goods"
EATING IN MY HOOD
Anthony recommends as the bets place to eat in Norwood:
Argo on The Parade, 212 The Parade
"The most popular place to visit any day of the week in Norwood.
Health conscious without sacrificing the taste."