The people who spend their Friday and Saturday nights on the Eastern end of the city are very quick to judge the other end of town.
I hear them say that Hindley Street is full of reckless young people who enter clubs with sticky floors and unbearably loud electronic music.
Except, when I make a visit to the West end, I'm bewildered at how much fun the patrons in venues are having.
The local and international artists making a mark in the HQ Complex, the drinks deals at the Little Pub, and the busy dance floor at Zhivago.
As you talk to the people in the West end, you'll find that they have some remarks to make about the community down the East. They say Rundle Street is full of snobs who are too happy to pay $20 for a drink than they should be.