My last wrap up about Mad March! I hope you also got the chance to head down to the Waymouth Street Party held on two Fridays from 5pm to 10pm where Waymouth Street was closed for party time basically! A great way to start your weekend, knock off work, loosen that tie and head down for some live music, drinks, food and laughter. This is yet another fantastic initiative of Splash Adelaide bringing Adelaide City to life in conjunction with the Adelaide Fringe Festival. It was a very vibrant and relaxed venue which was definitely buzzing!
Haystacks to sit on
Live music provided by five acts
Look at the crowd!
Side streets for a quiet drink? Mobile bar at your service
This was kinda cute, a bus bar. Get your drinks and choose your seat on the bus. Of course there are seats outside if you prefer to lounge about in the open.
The restaurants on the street have joined in the spirit and extended their restaurants to the street selling yummy gourmet food. The staff’s enthusiasm and gleaming faces alone sold the food. It was a great atmosphere. Stax had this Pulled Pork & Slaw Burger with Smokey BBQ Sauce which was very yummy. Delicious flavour and melt in your mouth pork.
Next on the menu was a hot dog. You can’t go to a street party and not eat hot dogs right? Press* food & wine made a pretty awesome one that kept Mr. Foodie quiet for a bit. Press Hot Dog with Sauerkraut Mustard and Tomato Saucefor $8.00. This house made hot dog was pretty delicious and filling.
If I had to pick the most enthusiastic team of the night it’d be the lot from Georges on Waymouth. Their menu sounded tempting and delicious.
Pork belly with quinoa, peach, almonds and crisp shallots – Absolutely delicious flavour and crunch and tender, melt in your mouth pork. Beautiful broth with interesting combination of flavours.