MID­NIGHT SPAGHETTI & THE CROWN AND ANCHOR

Australian Traveller - - Weekends -

There’s dim lit at­mos­phere in spades at Mid­night Spaghetti, spread lib­er­ally by the same de­sign­ers as Ade­laide’s adored Pink Moon Saloon. Named af­ter a risqué Ital­ian film, it serves spag un­til mid­night and calls Wed­nes­days ‘fam­ily night’, sell­ing bowls of pasta for $15 a pop. Be­fore, but es­pe­cially af­ter, head down­stairs to the ad­join­ing Crown and Anchor’s grungy dive bar that’s as iconic in Ade­laide as the one-day in­ter­na­tional cricket on Aus­tralia Day. The eclec­tic crowd - rang­ing from artsy-types and rock ‘n’ rollers to flan­nelette shirts – kicks back on al fresco seat­ing below weathered street mu­rals. mid­nightspaghetti.com.au

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