Pure Boutique Coffee Bar
When customers are nattering as excitedly about an espresso machine as the coffee it’s producing, you know you’re someplace that knows good "joe".
Boasting Adelaide’s first six-group brewing rig – a custom-built Synesso Hydra which can pour 12 shots at once – Pure Boutique Coffee Bar is out to own the Bayside scene. It was also the first South Australian venue to install nitrogen-charged cold brew on tap, which it pours alongside local and imported craft beers.
Now in a second, larger Jetty Road site, Pure presents an ambitious concept to combine an all-day menu with an ever-changing selection of beers, crafty cocktails and, of course, coffee.
Expect to see four or more options from a medley of roasters, plus filter and syphon alternatives. A barista’s choice is chalked up daily – it’s useful if you’re feeling overwhelmed.
Broad street frontage, a rough timber fit-out and slow-moving ceiling fans lend an air of Port Douglas tropicality, reinforced by the inventive menu and day-long liquor service.
Share a selection from the sliders menu, or try something more along the line of the battered triple-cream brie with roasted beetroots, orange segments, asparagus and almonds. Finish with a Peruvian single origin espresso martini with Mr Black cold drip liqueur.
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