Rundle Mall’s Book Store Café Is Here

Is this Adelaide’s newest ‘publication destination’? This new creative space features a book store, coffee shop, café, printing facilities, function space and newsagency…. all in the one spot!


We’re not sure what it is, but there is something magical about the pairing of a good book with a hot cup of tea. Enjoying a barista made coffee alongside a freshly-made baguette while entrenching yourself in a best-selling novel or magazine sounds like the greatest escape. 

Adelaide’s newest bookstore/cafe ReadeBook understands this desire oh so well. This new creative space features a book store, coffee shop, café, printing facilities, function space and newsagency…. all in the one spot!

Officially opening this week in Rundle Mall, the space will host readings by prominent authors, book clubs and art classes, with the hub set to be Adelaide’s go-to ‘publication destination’.

“We have created a living room like atmosphere within the Adelaide CBD that possesses a welcoming energy, relaxed vibe and most importantly, demonstrates a passion for old-fashioned books,” says Founder, Anthony Antoniadis.

ReadeBook are focused on providing a tailored customer experience, sense of local community and a variety of unique, hands-on offerings to drive their business’ success. 

Posted by Readebook on Tuesday, November 27, 2018

They have exciting plans in the digital space as well. As their name suggests, they will be introducing eBooks as well as other innovative initiatives in-store in the near future. 

The ReadeBook coffee shop and café offers a variety of locally sourced food offerings including bagels, brioches, focaccias and much more that can be enjoyed on a balcony overlooking the store or in seated areas on the ground floor.

It sounds like the perfect space to retreat away from home and grab of cup of coffee with friends as you discover books new and old. 


Where: 146 Rundle Mall Adelaide

Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs 7am – 7pm, Fri 7am – Late (After 9pm), Sat 8am – 5pm, Sun 11am – 5pm

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