Posted on 08 Jan 2019

Hungry after a full day of festival fun? The city has late night options galore for peckish punters. Here, two local pizza experts (whose own venues will be dishing out late night slices) share where they head at the end of an evening. Your favourite place not here? Share it with us in the comments section at the end!

Cono Gorgone

Cono Gorgone

Owner, Sicily pizzeria e bar
292 Rundle St, Adelaide

East End Yiros, 224 Grenfell St, Adelaide

“This is my favourite place to eat late after work. Usually I’ll go here and have Yiros and a beer from the Montenegro region, where the charismatic owner Zoran is from. It’s a great place to eat, drink and have a few laughs with Zoran.”

BBQ City Restaurant, 84 Gouger St, Adelaide

“Another favourite hang-out for late night food. There’s a great vibe here at any hour. My order always consists of pan fried dumplings, Peking duck, special fried rice and stir-fried veg with mushroom – and sometimes salt and pepper squid.”

Bakery on O’Connell, 128 – 130 O’Connell St, North Adelaide

“Here I always order my standard: meat pie with sauce and a spinach, cheese and tomato square - to make me feel healthier … right? Sometimes, I add a bad/good finish with a custard tart.”

Ash Wilson

Ash Wilson

Co-owner, Sunny’s Pizza
17 Solomon St, Adelaide

Ying Chow, 114 Gouger St, Adelaide

“It's a late-night institution, so it's still open when a lot of hospo people knock off. If you're hitting it with a big group of friends, it's only $3/head for unlimited corkage! The Smoked Tea Duck is always super, super tender with the perfect amount of smoke. Best accompanied by their BBC & long beans with chilli and garlic.”

Golden Boy, 309 North Tce, Adelaide

“Premium decor, super attentive service and the best Thai in SA hands down. My pick’s the stir-fried chicken mince with holy basil and fresh chilli. Add a side of scud chilli to really get that zing happening.”

La Buvette Drinkery, 27 Gresham St, Adelaide

“This place has an unparalleled selection of French & Natural Australian wines. Food wise I’m a fan of the Cantabrian anchovy & bone marrow toast.”

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