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The Top Bars in Adelaide – Sip on your favourite cocktails in a surreal experience

Adelaide; the capital of South Australia has everything, be it fine dining, pristine coastlines or an exhilarating nightlife. Here we take a look at the best night time spots.

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2KW

A world class bar that sets the bench mark in the city, it has one of the best views. Located on the 8th floor of a landmark tower, the open area of the bar presents you with a mesmerizing view of Adelaide's skyline. The bar has a fleet of the best professionals in the business who deliver an outstanding service. These include sommelier James Parham. The menu has an extensive list of wines and drinks as well as everything from pizza to full course meals. It is close to most serviced apartments in Adelaide CBD such as the Oaks Embassy.

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La Rambla

The best place to be at if you are looking for a true Spanish experience, La Rambla is Spanish in every aspect; be it the chef, the food or the drinks. Located in a one hundred and fifty year old warehouse, the place makes good use of the rustic design to deliver an earthly ambience to the place. The menu is well priced with a range of Spanish beer, wine and cocktails on it. Though Spanish oriented, La Rambla does not forget its location, with the South Australian culture easily viewable thanks to a youthful attitude in the place. You can even drop in for lunch and DJs set the mood during the evenings making it a great location to wind down and relax. With a cocktail priced at $15, you don't even have to have to break the bank!

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The Coffee Pot

Just off James Place, The Coffee Pot has a long standing history. What was once an upscale coffee shop for office goers looking to have a cup of coffee, it turned into a goth haunt in the 90's until it was closed down in the year 2000. It sat dormant until 2014, after which it was opened to its former galore with one change; they served drinks instead of coffee. The interior decor consists of last century red leather seating and wooden booths that seem a world apart from the rest of the city. The Coffee Pot is also home to many culture related events as well as music shows on most evenings.

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Bank Street Social

If you are looking for a true South Australian experience on your night out, look no further than the Bank Street Social. A location where the meals are named after a specific region in the state, where each ingredient used in the meal is endemic to that specific region! For an example, a Barossa meal consists of roasted Barossa meat and so on. If you are here just for the drinks, the menu has a long list of truly South Australian beers, ciders, wine, gin as well as whiskey. Drop by during the weekends where DJs play all night while you can sip on the finest drinks of the state.

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