You may have seen the much-loved HandleBar, Adelaide’s pedaling pub, zooming through the city streets.
Traditionally, HandleBar Adelaide has taken patrons on two-hour pedaling and drinking tours of the city,
Now, the pedaling pub has introduced Progressive Dinner Tours, taking dining out in the city to a whole new level.
For 2.5 hours, patrons pedal across the CBD, visiting various restaurants and tasting a plethora of different cuisines.
You’re going to want to turn on your Strava for this dinner tour, as you’ll clock up a lot of kilometres on the 100% pedal-powered bar.
When Glam Adelaide was lucky enough to secure a seat on the elusive 100% pedal-powered bar, we visited Mimi +82, Ballaboosta, S2 on Flinders and Shibui.
Four restaurants with four different cuisines – it was basically a ticket across the globe for our tastebuds.
The best thing about this experience is that the food comes to you. No need to get off your seat, as the kind wait staff bring the delicious snack packs straight to the bar.
Food highlights included Mimi’s fried chicken, Ballaboosta’s lamb dumplings, S2 on Flinders’ Pad Thai and Shibui’s mochi doughnuts.
HandleBar fits up to 16 people, with ten people powering (pedaling) the vehicle.
Freshen up your next corporate event, or invite your friends to a birthday dinner party like no other with HandleBar’s Progressive Dinner tours.
A ticket on the HandleBar will cost you $69.95, with drinks packages available for additional costs.