A plate of food in front of two diners

Peel Street

Thanks to a change in South Australia's liquor licensing laws several years ago, Peel Street has gone from an empty laneway serving as nothing more than a thoroughfare between busy Hindley and Currie Street, to a street that comes alive at night, packed with diners and drinkers.

The bars are so close, you can hopscotch between the lot. Treat yourself to dinner at any one of the award-winning restaurants along Peel Street before jumping between some of Adelaide's best bars, serving up their finest signature drinks with a focus on locally made beer, wines and spirits.

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