Mobile Wood-oven Pizza Joint

Traditional wood-oven pizzas you’ll love – anytime, anywhere.

Just think, meticulously handcrafted authentic Napoletana-style pizzas while you wait. That’s what you get with Pizze in Giro, a mobile wood-oven pizza joint that brings the deliciousness to you. 

It’s a family-run business, so expect that extra level of service as husband-and-wife owners, Angelo and Rosa, aim to please. The pizzas are quick (cooked within 90 seconds) and bursting with traditional flavours created using fresh, local produce. They take their dough seriously too, as well as the homemade sauce and olive oil from their own olives grown in Lyndoch. 

It’s a Neapolitan ristorante on-the-run, and it’s the ideal addition to your next event. What to order? You can’t go past their Maiale pizza with mild pork and fennel sausage meat, mozzarella, gorgonzola, mushrooms and EVO oil.

Wedding Directory

You can become overwhelmed with choice when it comes to your big day. Luckily, we’ve complied a directory of some of South Australia’s best businesses that can help make your wedding day one to remember.


Chateau Tanunda

Iconic Winery | Chateau Style Barossa

9 Basedow Road, Tanunda

Hilton Adelaide

Luxurious | Unique | Elegant | Unforgettable

233 Victoria Square, Adelaide

Novotel Barossa Valley Resort

Regional Produce | Resort | Picturesque | Panoramic

Golf Links Road, Rowland Flat

Chateau Apollo

Rustic | Boutique | Atmospheric | Ambient

74 Frome Street, Adelaide

Longview Vineyard

Family-Owned | Accommodation | Single Vineyard

154 Pound Road, Macclesfield

Howard Vineyard

Boutique | Estate Wines | Local Produce | Adelaide Hills

53 Bald Hills Road, Nairne

Mount Osmond Golf Club

Heritage-Listed | Elegant | Distinguished

60 Mount Osmond Road, Mount Osmond

Cruising Yacht Club of SA

Exclusive | Unique Setting | Picturesque | Seasonal Menu

Lady Gowrie Drive, North Haven

Woodville Town Hall

Heritage | Grand Classic | Unique

76 Woodville Road, Woodville


Goldie Tanning Studios

Affordable | Luxury | Comfort | Glowing

Shop 5/597 Tapleys Hill Road, Fulham

Shop 10A/291 Unley Road, Malvern

Smile Addiction

Affordable | Safe | Pain-Free Teeth Whitening

201 Grande Road, Findon

132 Goodwood Road, Goodwood

The Eyebrow Studio

Eyebrow Specialist | Child-Friendly | Six Studios | Owner Operator


Hyde Park Nails

Bridal nails | SNS | Shellac | Manicure and Pedicure

8/155 King William Road, Hyde Park


Darcy Louise Beauty

Natural Enhancement | Hair Styles | Make-Up Artist | Eye Lash Extension



Beauty Experience by Aniello

Natural Beauty | Event Make-Up | Hair Styling | Sophisticated

326a Magil Road, Kensington Park



Haidee Swalue

Fun-Loving | Creative | Original | Kind-Hearted


Alix the Celebrant

Storyteller | Passionate | Fun | Genuine


Kombis 4 U

Transport | Award-Winning | Family-Owned and Run

Carriage of Occasion

Horse-Drawn | Family-Owned | Stunning Carriages


The Bake Space

Elegant | Edgy | Carefree | Flowing


Adelaide Woodfired Pizza

Mobile | Woodfired Pizza | Catering


Mezzino Photography

Wedding | Christening | Birthday | Special Event


XL Letters

Bright | Celebration | Bespoke Lights | Illuminated Letters

98 King William Street, Kent Town


Natural Collections

Locally Sourced | Bohemian | Ethically Grown


Vinyls and Vino

Find a mix of hearty foods and retro curiosities at this laneway cafe.

It’s Prospect’s best-kept secret and we are spilling the beans. Get your fix of retro and eclectic vibes at Café Komodo. This locally-owned eatery specialises in comfortable family-style meals, accommodating for all diet types. However, the homely feeling doesn’t stop there, with all fur friends welcome to come along and meet Lady Daphne, the resident British Bulldog. It’s the quirky touches of Café Komodo that make it one of a kind, such as their incredible vinyl wall. Enjoy great food and an unforgettable atmosphere on Friday and Sunday nights with live music and entertainment.

Café Komodo 
118 Prospect Road, Prospect 
08 8344 7448

Adelaide Pub Guide

From cosy country pubs to some of our inner-city favourites, we showcase some of the best Adelaide has to offer.

the colonist

Settle in for some of the best pub grub in Adelaide – like many before you – at The Colonist. The Colonist has been part of the fabric of South Australia since it first opened its doors in 1851, and there’s a reason people keep coming back. Quality, authentic food and a vibrant, welcoming atmosphere have secured its place as a local favourite, while the raw and authentic décor highlights the building’s history. Sit outside and take in the hustle and bustle of The Parade while digging into your favourite pub meals for breakfast, lunch or dinner. 

The Colonist 
44 The Parade, Norwood
08 8362 3736

the mile end

Delicious pub food, local brews and a cosy open fireplace make The Mile End a South Australian favourite. The Mile End Hotel is perfect for your Friday after work drinks. With a heritage dating back 181 years, the pub has merged the new with the old to create an all-encompassing hospitality experience. Keep warm around the open fireplace while sipping on your favourite South Australia gin, beer or wine. Head chef David White has crafted a menu featuring delicious winter comfort foods and traditional pub meals for a casual dinner with the family or Saturday night footy. You can even book a weekend away in the chic boutique accommodation or plan your next function at The Mile End.

The Mile End 
30 Henley Beach Road, Mile End 
08 8443 4756

the unley

It boasts one of the best rooftop bars in Adelaide, and it’s not bad in winter either. When you’re driving down Unley Road, you can’t miss the large neon sign tempting you into The Unley – taking the traditional perception of a local pub and transforming it into a gorgeous, bright, fun dining destination. Located on the edge of the CBD, the rooftop bar provides scenic views of the Unley Road strip and city skyline. The contemporary and stylish décor adds to its appeal while you sit back and enjoy European and Japanese-inspired pub dishes created by head chef Adam Dennis.

The Unley
27 Unley Road, Parkside 
08 8271 5544

the duck inn

Duck into this Hills’ favourite for delicious food and picturesque views. It doesn’t get more beautiful than lunch in the picturesque Adelaide Hills. Nestled in the Coromandel Valley, The Duck Inn provides a cosy experience in the wintertime and a glorious atmosphere in the summer. With several different spaces, including private atrium seating, open fireplaces, a large verandah and a front bar, there is somewhere for everyone to get comfortable at The Duck Inn. The hotel offers a selection of incredible food and is surrounded by the most idyllic landscape, making it the perfect location for weddings or other functions.

The Duck Inn
393 Main Road, Coromandel Valley
08 8278 7100

mick o’sheas

Located on the doorstep of the Fleurieu Peninsula, this country-style pub boasts more than just a great location. Mick O’Sheas is everything you want from a good pub. The laidback atmosphere, tasty meals and local beverages make for the ideal family outing or casual Sunday lunch. Dine outside in the pavilion while watching the kids play in the gardens or sit inside and catch up with friends in the a la carte restaurant. The newly refurbished and stylish accommodation is the perfect way to end the night after a function at Mick O’Sheas or anywhere on the Fleurieu Peninsula. With live music and entertainment every Saturday and Sunday night, the vibe at Mick O’Sheas is unforgettable.

Mick O’Sheas 
Main South Road, Hackham 
08 8384 6944

Getting to Know Harry

Ex-Quay and Restaurant Hubert chef, Harry Bourne, takes the reigns of The Big Easy Group venues Yiasou George, The Stag Public House and Bowden Brewing.

For chef Harry Bourne, moving to Adelaide was an easy decision. After working in some of the world’s best restaurants it only seemed fitting to work with some of the world’s best produce. 

A childhood spent watching his mum in the kitchen is Harry’s first food memory, but it was his brutal first job at the then one-Michelin starred Bath Priory Hotel in Bath, UK, that was either going to be the ultimate inspiration, or his breaking point. “This experience inevitably shaped my career,” says Harry, “I knew that one day when I had a restaurant of my own, I would achieve the same level of quality without the exploitation that seemed synonymous with high-end cuisine.”

These days he does just that, making his own rules and receiving a rock star reception as the chef of not one, but three Adelaide eateries – The Stag Public House, which has been newly renovated and revamped, the East-End’s own ouzo house, Yiasou George, and Bowden Brewing at Plant 3. We find out more about the man behind the mouth-watering menus. 

Kitchen influences

Working at Quay Restaurant in Sydney was a pinnacle experience for me. Peter Gilmore’s food is all about produce and how to highlight it; there’s a complexity and simplicity in his approach, which has stuck with me. The food I want to cook is a long way from the food I’ve cooked in other fine dining restaurants, but the attitude toward organisation and discipline is the same. I want the food to be fun and approachable, but consistent and exciting.

Three venues, three diverse cuisines

Creating menu items across three venues has been the part I’ve loved the most, then having the freedom to work out which venue each dish works best in. Before I started, I had pages and pages of menu ideas for all three venues, but as soon as I started at Yiasou George, with the heat of the wood oven burning behind me, those ideas didn’t seem to fit anymore. So, we started playing with new ideas, taking existing dishes and turning them upside down and having fun, and listening to the staff and customers to find out what works and what doesn’t. 

The use of local, seasonal produce

I moved to Adelaide because I fell in love with South Australian produce, so the idea of using Snapper from New Zealand or prawns from Asia is bewildering to me. Locality and seasonality are totally non-negotiable, I mean come on, Coffin Bay oysters literally blow my mind, beef from Mayura Station, or even late summer berries from the Hills. It’s so important, especially for the young chefs in the kitchen, to have that sense of pride in where we are and what we are cooking. 

What to expect 

At The Stag Public House we will focus on bringing top quality produce into the classic Aussie pub staples people know and love. At Yiasou George it’s all about the wood-fire oven, showcasing quality products and open-fire cooking together, inspired by the cuisine of the Mediterranean. My vision goes beyond what’s cooked in the kitchen, for me it’s all about how to incorporate what’s in season and what we can produce in-house. We have been looking at placing beehives on the roof to produce our own supply of honey or a restaurant garden to grow harder-to-find herbs and edible plants. And at Bowden I’m excited to see people’s reaction to the food, I want it to be a fun party place where you can come with all your mates and smash beers and eat the best tacos you’ve ever had!

The Stag Public House
299 Rundle Street, Adelaide

Yiasou George
26 East Terrace, Adelaide

Bowden Brewing
Plant 3, Bowden

For Some of the Best Italian You’ll Find, Head Here

Anchovy Bandit is a former Prospect hole-in-the-wall bar/pizzeria that has recently undergone a transformation with partner and Executive Chef Shane Wilson taking charge of the kitchen, while neighbouring Bottega Bandito is an exciting new addition to Prospect’s thriving thoroughfare, bringing old school service, modern Italian and banging coffee your way.

Each dish at Anchovy Bandit takes inspiration from classic Italian dishes but done Shane’s way, in-house and using seasonal produce. The space itself gives a nod to the Italian art deco era, with green leather booths and touches of oak. The open-style kitchen allows diners to witness the magic that goes on behind the scenes.

Shane is also behind the menu at Bottega Bandito, which is influenced by Italian and European daytime dining, serving up house-made pastries, small goods, coffee and sandwiches.

This is the first daytime concept by The Big Easy Group – the hospitality minds behind NOLA Adelaide, Anchovy Bandit and Yiasou George – and cleverly captures the essence of a traditional Italian espresso bar.

Anchovy Bandit
96 Prospect Road, Prospect 
0401 188 845

Bottega Bandito
98 Prospect Road, Prospect 

Perfectly Aligned

A passionate group of health and beauty experts have joined forces to open a new clinic on Unley Road that offers clients a more discrete, personal service.


The decision for four like-minded female professionals to come together in a luxe communal space was the brainchild of cosmetic injector Linda Schreck. 

Linda began her career almost 40 years ago as an operating room nurse, working alongside plastic and reconstructive surgeons, she’s dedicated the last 20 to cosmetic injecting. She is now able to use her knowledge and understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the face to better treat her patients, avoiding the over-done look that is so prevalent in the booming anti-ageing field. 

Her vast experience also means she’s instinctively aware of the various needs and desires of her expansive client base, and the ability to offer a more discrete, personal service was something she wanted to provide. This modern, calming space, flooded with natural light (and with ample parking!) was the ideal solution. “I had worked in several busy clinics, but this is something unique,” she says. 

The integration of three other like-businesses, all in the health and beauty space, was a logical next step. “A big advantage for me and my clients is that my prescribing doctor, Dr Susan Lloyd, also an experienced cosmetic injector and is under the same roof – in fact, she’s in the office next door. We work side-by-side, not interstate like lots of other clinics,” she says.


“I guess I always knew my place was somewhere in the ‘health field’,” says hypno-psychotherapist Anna. “I was the one you could count on and the best friend to talk to!”

From here there was a formal education in medical studies and a degree in public health (in Anna’s home-country of Poland) and then further studies in psychotherapy and counselling in hypnosis back in Australia. But it wasn’t until years spent at home with her children that she discovered her passion for mental health. “I spent much time digging into research to learn more about the connections between mind and body. To start with, I wanted to know more about children’s brain development and behaviour, you know, just for myself and to ‘be a good mum’, but once I started, I couldn’t stop expanding to all age groups. Satisfaction came only when my husband, who’s a GP, showed me how he uses hypno-psychotherapy in his practice.”

A hypno-psychotherapist is a person who is trained in both hypnotherapy and psychotherapy. Hypnotherapy is probably the more common term, although hypnotherapists deal with simpler issues such as habits, phobias and pain but are not generally trained in psychotherapeutic techniques. Hypno-psychotherapists can use both hypnotic and psychotherapeutic interventions as part of therapy sessions to get to the core of more complex issues and examine problems that are likely more deep-rooted. “Hypno-psychotherapists generally use consistently structured sessions tailored to the needs of the client,” says Anna, “as well as focusing on the problems with established protocols for treatments. Every step of the session 
is there for a reason and words matter a lot.”

Feeling safe is also important, and Anna’s new space offers a warm, welcoming environment. “The majority of my clients are troubled with serious trauma and I believe having a warm, safe space and atmosphere is crucial to them being able to open up and talk about sometimes very difficult memories and emotions.”


“My work is about enhancing individual and natural beauty,” says brow expert Anita Peterson, “and I get to watch my clients’ reaction to the aesthetic transformation. It’s all about self-belief and self-love, it’s empowering and it’s the greatest reward.”

Anita’s work is unique, using only tweezers and scissors she adopts a hair-by-hair approach to preserve the natural and correct shape of the brows, while refining them to enhance facial structure or to correct asymmetry. “Every client receives a personalised service, there is no one-size-fits-all for brows and 
I also like to take into account each client’s aesthetic and their preferred style.”

It’s this considered, individualised service 
that keeps clients coming back, and her ability to revive brows that have been over-plucked, working with them to bring their brows back. “My ultimate goal is to ensure every client leaves with an understanding of how their brow shape impacts on their facial structure, and the steps we’ll be taking to achieve and maintain a better shape. I want them to leave feeling their best, and excited about the future of their brows.”


“I’ve been a GP for 14 years and started cosmetic injections in 2015,” explains Dr Lloyd. “I had been looking to increase my time in this area, and then this opportunity came up to join a fabulous group of women, I couldn’t say no! The location is perfect, the consulting rooms are beautiful and private, and the girls are delightful to work alongside.”

This new business venture also gives Dr Lloyd the opportunity to make a significant difference in people’s lives – she’s been doing this as a health professional for years, but now, thanks to this coming together of professional women and their complimentary skill sets, she’s also able to make a difference to the confidence of her clients too. 

“I don’t agree with looking ‘perfect’, there’s no such thing,” she says, “we are all beautiful in our own way. Not everyone can look like a Kardashian, and nor should they want to.” Dr Lloyd’s goal for her clients is rather to help them look “fresher and a little less tired” so that they walk away with a new-found vigour. “Knowing that they leave feeling more confident and happier after seeing me is what it is all about. I love getting my patients back two weeks after treatment and showing them the before and after photos, their smiles say it all!”


This female-led, restorative and communal space has everything under one roof.

Adelaide Cosmetic Medicine

Linda Schreck 
0438 356 554

Dr Susan Lloyd
0438 886 944

Your Safe Place Hypno-Psychotherapy & Counselling

Anna Kowalczyk0421 467

Ihana Face

Anita Peterson0434 413 447@ihana_face


Illuminate Adelaide Announces Extended Times

Illuminate Adelaide’s magical light installations will reopen around Adelaide yesterday, after its short closure due to the state-wide lockdown, and have decided to continue shinning all the way into August. 

Illuminate Adelaide Co-Founders and Creative Directors, Lee Cumberlidge and Rachael Azzopardi said, “we are thrilled to be able to welcome audiences back to Illuminate Adelaide this week, turning the lights back on for Light Cycles, Light Creatures, City Lights and Van Gogh Alive, all of which brought so much joy before being paused. Although it won’t be the full program we had planned, we are extremely grateful for the opportunity to light up our wonderful city once again.”

Luckily, the centrepiece installation, Light Cycles at Adelaide’s Botanic Gardens, which showcases the immersive work by Canadian multimedia studio, Moment Factory, will be open again until Sunday 8 August. Having created mesmerising light shows for artists like Madonna, Jay-Z, Ed Sheeran and Billie Eilish, this Australian first installation is not one to be missed. Using lights, sound, video and special effects, this show will amplify the voice of the natural world and captivate the audience. 

Capturing the captivating characters of the Zoos favourite residents, the enchanting Light Creatures installation at Adelaide Zoo has also recommenced and extended its time until Sunday 8 August. 

You will want to grab a ticket to the impressive Van Gogh Alive exhibition, which has extended its season until Sunday 22 August. This world-first display showcases the work of the iconic Vincent Van Gogh through audio-visual technology and includes a variety of Instagram-worthy moments throughout. 

City Lights, the free outdoor program of large-scale installations, projections and immersive works throughout Adelaide’s CBDyes will continue until Sunday 1 August, from 6pm till 11pm.

Due to the current restrictions in South Australia and interstate, The Avalanches: Since I Left You, Live with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre has been rescheduled to Wednesday 13 October and The Avalanches in Discussion has been rescheduled to Thursday 14 October.

Unfortunately, all ticketed MAAD (Music and Art After Dark) events have been cancelled this weekend due to the current COVID-19 restrictions. 

Firefly Field by Toer

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Beachside Burgers

Flavour-packed burgers are the crowd favourite at this newly renovated beachside eatery.

Located along one of Adelaide’s favourite beaches, Barry’s Burgers will have everyone craving tasty decadent, flavour-packed burgers. Whether it’s the crowd favourite, The Baz Deluxe, filled with beef, American cheese, double smoked bacon and Baz mayo, or the V.I.P Veggie Burger with sweet potato, black beans, spring onion, brown rice and Baz sauce, there is something for everyone. Pair this with some of SA’s best craft beer, gin and cider, and a team who focus on using locally sourced produce, for a meal that’s even more delicious. What are you waiting for? Head to the Westside to check out their new fit-out or grab takeaway by the sea. 

Barry’s Burgers 
1/13 Semaphore Road, Semaphore
08 7226 3241

A Considered Approach

If you’ve been considering building a new home, ensuring you have the right team to achieve your desired results is the most crucial step. But we all know managing multiple contractors can fast become a headache. Perhaps a better solution is an end-to-end integrated design and build approach, something offered by South Australian business Urban Habitats.    

“The Urban Habitats process is all about communication and collaboration across the entire life of your project,” says architect Sarah Stephen. “Designing and building a home can sometimes be unpredictable, so we feel that by having a holistic and integrated approach we create a constant, which is the team you work with.” 

These sentiments are echoed by DIrector, Jock Merrigan, who works closely with Sarah and the building team from a project’s inception through to completion alongside the clients. Jock points out the cohesive approach means there are no nasty surprises, with every little detail planned by the team. 

“By integrating all facets of the process, we are able to produce carefully considered product to meet our clients’ desires and stay within budgets,” says Jock. “From the beginning, we are presenting designs and talking about costs that we know will provide the best outcome, with all aspects of architecture, interiors and landscape considered as one.” 

Recently, the Urban Habitats team were presented with the opportunity to design and build an off-grid retreat in the Adelaide Hills. 

Nestled atop a Scott Creek cliff, this cabin was inspired by slow living. It features a number of spaces throughout to relax and bask in natural surroundings, creating a sense of floating in nature. While the external materials resemble a shed, when you open the doors a softer, natural palette that reflects the property’s location welcomes you. 

“With a keen eye for design, we were able to round table efficient design and constructibility outcomes, which not only met our clients’ brief but exceeded their expectations. And by carefully considering materiality and form, there was an element of efficiency from both a design and construction point of view,” says Sarah. 

“The final product reflects not only its surroundings, but also our clients’ desired lifestyle within the space.”

Special mention, of course, must go to the stunning colour palette, inspired by the local eucalypts and the Dulux Bay Leaf colour, loved by the client’s son.

So, what can you learn from the experts before kickstarting your design and build? 

“Talk to a professional as it is easy to get swept away in social media and reality renovation shows. There is a process that needs to be undertaken to ensure you get a premium outcome that suits your lifestyle,” says Sarah. 

“While it is important not to rush the process, working with a team that is integrated provides the benefit of not having to outsource work and coordinate other elements.” 

Find out more about South Australian company Urban Habitats