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September 7, 2017
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Sunny’s Side Up

For far too long, The Pancake Kitchen on Gilbert Place has been the only reliable option the people of Adelaide have had for a city establishment in which to consume breakfast food at night.


Sunny’s Side Up will run from 5pm onward this Sunday, 10 September at Sunny’s on Solomon Street.

At long last, for one night only, Sunny’s is entering the late night breakfast game, inviting Whistle and Flute’s Stewart Wesson in to bridge the AM/PM divide.

The menu will feature, among other wonderments, smashed avo pizzas, sausage and egg muffins, beans on toast and cappuccino martinis, and a cereal milk panna cotta for breakfast dessert, which is a concept CityMag believes should be embraced more widely.

There will be DJs, and they will provide a very good time, we’re sure, but as soon as the big breakfast pizza is laid before us, all our non-food-related senses will be dulled.

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