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The second leg of Port Adelaide Plaza’s $133 million upgrade and expansion has been completed with a December 3 opening.
The Plaza is already home to many Australian favourites, such as Kmart, Coles, Aldi, Liquorland, Paisley Park Early Learning Centre, Australia Post, Terry White Chemmart, and Bendigo Bank.
Amongst the bevy of major and quirky retailers that already live in the centre a range of new dining spots are opening, elevating the plaza’s food and shopping experience.
Joining the fray are a number of favourites including BanBan Fried Chicken.
This Korean fried chicken restaurant popped up on Franklin Street, to a heap of immediate fans and then expanded to Level One of Rundle Mall Plaza.
Not only does BanBan offer fried chicken that’s truly finger licking good, they also serve Korean beers, soju, and cocktails.
Lonestar Rib House & Brews will also be opening in Port Adelaide Plaza.
Also joining is Vietnamese fusion fave Soonta, and Cafe by L. Law, amongst a heap of other options.
New stores also include The Reject Shop, Sportspower, St Georges Bakehouse, Captain Chicken and Seafood, Creative Poultry, SA Gourmet Meats.
And to top if off, Port Adelaide Plaza is prizing convenience with 900 free on grade car parks, of which 250 are undercover.
You can expect a further 30 new fresh food and retail businesses to open in the final stages of the development, including a health club and a medical centre.
For more info on the development and new additions, head to https://www.portadelaideplaza.com.au/.