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Published June 4th 2015
Discover Adelaide's pubs in one week
We all enjoy going to a nice pub; your favourite beer on tap, schnitzels the size of your head, crispy chips, live entertainment and seeing the local lifestyle is a good way to enjoy a relaxed weekend - but what about the rest of the week?
Explore these 7 pubs during the week! Their great food, live entertainment and friendly environment certainly makes them the place to be throughout this hostile winter.
The Crown and Sceptre is hosting "Variety Shows for the Lonely Soul". Every Monday from 7 pm, you will get to hear local bands and live comedy. The mic is open and their $10 menu makes it a must to polish up your guitar strings or vocal cords and come along to wipe off the Monday blues.
To view The Crown and Sceptre's full event list click here.
You have survived Monday, so reward yourself with a Ukulele session at The Gov's front bar in Hindmarsh. From 7 pm (free entry) listen to some relaxing tunes and enjoy their wood oven pizzas 2 for $18 from 6pm.
Click here for more fun things happening at The Gov.
Image from: thegov.com.au
Wednesday It is midweek and we are all in need of something a bit more strong to take the edge off work and keep our bellies pleased. Mick O'Sheas is a classic Irish style pub hosting Irish music nights every Wednesday.
The dinner menu is half price from 5pm to 6pm (Monday to Thursday), so get in early, get comfy and ready to clap the night away to some heart warming tunes and crisp tap beer.
Check out Mick O'Sheas cozy decor and wholesome menu.
Friday The Highway Hotel on Anzac Highway is famous for its beer garden, central location and vibrant environment, Friday nights you can sample free wine, cider and beer whilst enjoying some live music. Book yourself a spot to sample some great drinks here.
Saturday The Warradale Hotel offers a bit of everything: a la carte dining, a relaxing beer garden, sports bar and live music. Saturday nights at the Tavern bar you can watch the races and enjoy a free sausage sizzle from 2pm.
Every Sunday and some Saturdays, you can learn to knit at the pub! Enjoy a cold or hot drink and get together with an enthusiastic group of knitters to create your own blanket, scarf or mittens. Courses start from a beginner level, so no need to be shy if you have never tried this.
Click here to view dates and book yourself a spot.