Adelaide's laneways make waves

Cultural Heart

It seems that Adelaide is soaring to new heights, with American Airlines inflight magazine American Way featuring a first-hand account of a night out in our West End, Adelaide laneways.

The author, Max Anderson, weaves his way through the cool bars, restaurants and hidden pockets of the West End over a Saturday night, chatting to locals, imbibing the top-quality food and drink, and taking in the roar of AFL fans from nearby Adelaide Oval. He also reflects on the revitalisation that has happened to the city over the last few years, particularly in this end of town.

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Live music on Leigh Street in Adelaide's West End.

Founded in 1930, American Airlines is one of the largest airlines in the world. It has an average of nearly 6,700 flights daily to 350 destinations in 50 countries. That’s a lot of flyers reading about the attractions of our unique laneways, bars and restaurants.

Generally focusing on stories about the U.S. and its people, American Way is now spreading the word high among the clouds. And this time it's about Adelaide’s liveability, great food and entertainment, and quirky charm.

Read the full article on the American Airlines website.