Here's where we're going for brunch right now.
This suburb's eclectic mix of coffee and breakfast spots shouldn't be overlooked.
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Where to while away the dog days of summer.
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A bricks-and-mortar diner for the food-truck favourite – with an expanded menu suitable for meat-eaters, vegans and gluten-free folks alike.
This community-focused cafe has comfy couches, a book exchange and excellent toasties.
Sustainability is the bottom line.
A charming French cafe that's a little bit retro and a little bit metro.
Pat the resident bunnies, then lounge on the front lawn with a coffee or beer.
A cafe and roastery by The Loose Caboose crew.
Day through night, this lush alfresco space has you covered.
A brunch and specialty coffee spot that welcomes families with genuine enthusiasm.
An innovative cafe and bakery with a refined edge.
This slick cafe on a quiet strip of the CBD is a true family affair.
A brunch spot in a historic building in Port Adelaide with a focus on sustainability.
A coffee shop with all the perfection and none of the pretension.
A community-focused cafe with a modern industrial feel.
Expert coffee waking up the old Regent Arcade.
First and foremost a coffee shop.
The plant-centric pop-up so good, it progressed to permanence.
Creative brunches that don't rely on eggs on toast.
Quality brews with a touch of Persia.
This hole-in-the-wall lunch spot serves up egg-and-bhaji naans, blackened cauliflower salad, fresh juices and breads made in-house.
Let Fred treat you to some really comforting food.
The Central Market's tiny but mighty falafel stall has moved to a bigger site and introduced breakfast, coffee and deli products for sale.
Drink coffee and see it roasted in the one light-filled space.
Everything a city espresso bar should be, and nothing more.
A semi-hidden trove of multicultural savouries and sweets.
The light, bright and airy cafe also serves popcorn cauliflower and a huge fried-chicken burger.
Burgers that make a trip across town worthwhile.
Size doesn’t matter when the coffee is this good.
A French patisserie and gallery run by two former architects – one now an artist, the other a pastry chef – serving up fresh crêpes, galettes and intricate pastries.
Strikes the balance between modern style and rustic charm.
Hang up your bike and refuel with something healthy or sweet.
For impressive sweet treats, dough-nut go past Devour.
A sleek and sparse coffee shop in an unlikely location.
A creative and culinary hub for young and old.
A “New-age deli” and coffee shop by the Whistle & Flute crew with a sun-sprayed glasshouse, just down the road from its sibling.
Inspired by New York’s Jewish delis.
Like your mate’s living room, but with table service.
For those who love choice.
A healthy and eclectic brunch spot.
Redefining Southern hospitality with help from Dawn Patrol Coffee.
More South Australian than a pie floater.
Japanese-Australian fusion that will have you cheering, not cringing.
With acai bowls, Abbots and Kinney pastries and Saudade Portuguese tarts.
The best of the Central Market, crammed into a corner deli.
An arty hangout for breakfast and lunch.
Adriano Macri is reviving the “lost art” of from-scratch gelati making.
A husband-and-wife team converted its 100-year-old residence into a community-led cafe.
A charcoal-fired cafe for Adelaide’s eastern suburbs.
A disused Federation-era theatre has a slick new identity.
Coffee to go, with a side of good banter.
No doughnuts or bacon to be found here.