Pete Evans + Line & Label at Central Market THIS WEEKEND

Information + images supplied by JP Media

Adelaide Central Market is the place to be, especially on a Saturday morning. Bustling with people from all parts of Adelaide, South Australia and even the world, the stall holders are always ready for a congregation of people from all walks of life. Walking through the different ‘aisles’, people can expect to enjoy a versatile range of products and services to add to their culinary skillset.

This weekend, the Adelaide Central Market will be brought to vibrant life with a guest appearance by Pete Evans (co-host of Channel 7’s My Kitchen Rules).

Customers of the Market will also be treated to the Producer in Residence – Line and Label – a restaurant from Port Lincoln that will be bringing with them their popular food and wine until 06/10/2018.

Offering free cooking demonstrations, Evans will be teaming up with Line and Label chef Josh Harris to present customers with free wine tasting at the U-Install-It Community Kitchen in the Gouger Dining Area this Saturday at 9.30am, 11am and 12.30pm.

“Line & Label has done such a great job since opening on December 1st last year, sharing the best Eyre Peninsula produce for diners in their Port Lincoln restaurant – and now it’s Adelaide’s turn to sample their food and wine. They are the only restaurant in Australia using Greenly Island Ocean Jacket Snouts, which are absolutely delicious – so visitors to the markets for the next three weeks have to try them – they have to be seen (and tasted) to be believed!”

Opening their doors to the public in December 2017, L & L has achieved several impressive milestones, including receiving 13 Australian Good Food Guide Chef Hat awards in January 2018 and being listed in the 2019 Australian Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Guide. The menu is decorated with a dynamic selection of local produce, including the Ocean Jacket Snout, Spencer Gulf King Prawns, and specialty dishes such as the Pig Skin Linguini and Port Lincoln Vongole.

Event details
44-60 Gouger St, Adelaide SA 5000

Chef Josh and Chef Pete 2018

The Noble Gentleman

Seen as a spot that is constantly undergoing activation (and with good reason), Topham Mall has become a mecca of some of the most incredible local businesses that offer customers with a myriad of options of an ideal shopping experience.

It’s been less than two months since The Noble Gentleman opened their doors, but it is no surprise that the well kept secret that is tucked away in the heart of the CBD has attracted a generous crowd after work!


Our state is well known for their food and wine – not only in Australia but also across the globe. The Noble Gentleman is embracing that very culture of our state by offering their space as a cellar door, without having to spend hours traveling to the wineries. And while you may miss out on the picturesque views and the calming ambiance of McLaren Vale and the Barossa Valley (and everywhere in between), customers can have a snippet of our beloved state’s fermented grapes as a brilliant pick-me-up after a long day of work.


With the aim of replicating the vibes of streets like Peel and Leigh, which are saturated with a bottomless drinking hole of dive bars and cocktails that not only appeal in presentation but also in taste, The Noble Gentleman is hoping to inject a slice of South Australian heaven from their colorful drinks list. Housing up to 120 people at one time, there are indoor and outdoor seating areas available, which is a blessing that will allow customers to enjoy their drinks and food in the sunshine that will be blanketing Adelaide with the advent of Spring and Summer.

There is a relaxed balance of socialization and intimacy that decorates the overall atmosphere of this spot. The interior is adorned in rustic wood and modern + minimalist light fittings from the Adelaide-based interiors firm Faculty, which further add to the mysterious yet eclectic style of the bar.


Of course, no wine session is complete without food, so customers can expect to enjoy locally sourced cheese and meats, along with tapas and share plates, particularly from the Barossa Fine Foods. Pictured below is The Noble Gentleman Platter for Two ($28)which brings together an assortment of local delights from The Barossa Valley Cheese Co. and Barossa Fine Foods – cured meats, cheese, in-house freshly baked bread and varying accompaniments. Perfectly complemented by a glass of red on a relatively cool day, this was a great option of sharing a meal with a friend!


Conveniently situated right next to Lady Burra Brewhouse – the only microbrewery in the CBD – The Noble Gentleman will be your one-stop cellar door that will showcase a different local South Australian wine every month, in addition to enjoying the opportunity to meet and greet the winemakers in person! For the month of September, Next Crop Wines will be making an appearance on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5pm onwards, where guests can enjoy free wine tastings and learn about the local business as well.

With special thanks to Girl About Town for the invite to the launch event.

41 Currie Street, Adelaide SA 5000

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Mon-Thurs 1130am – 12am
Fri 1130am – 2am

08 8408 7700

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