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See Adelaide like never before as SkyCity introduces Sol Bar and Restaurant

SkyCity has revealed details of four new restaurants and two new bars set to reshape the dining landscape in Adelaide, with Sol Bar and Restaurant announced as the jewel in the crown. 

Sol, the Latin term for sun, is a revolutionary take on a rooftop bar and restaurant for South Australia, offering an unforgettable dining experience from breakfast through to dinner. Guests will be treated to breakfast views of the sun rising over the Adelaide Hills, and then dazzled over cocktails and music as it sets on the coast.

SkyCity also announced restaurants Huami, ITL and Lucky Noodle, which along with the Westward bar will be opening in the coming months. All new venues will have access to SkyCity’s 7,500 bottle master cellar, boasting a focus on South Australian wines.

To prepare for these exciting new venues, a significant recruitment program has commenced to attract the very best of the hospitality industry to join the SkyCity team.

Sol Bar and Restaurant

Perched atop the SkyCity expansion and Eos by SkyCity, Sol Bar and Restaurant offers modern Australian cuisine with unrivalled views of the Adelaide Hills, River Torrens, Adelaide Oval and South Australian coastline. Locally sourced artisanal produce features prominently in the a la carte menu, complemented by an extensive wine and cocktail list.  


Huami unashamedly aims to deliver Adelaide’s finest Chinese restaurant, where authentic Chinese is delivered with opulence, taking diners on a contemporary journey through Southern China. In addition to the intimate dining restaurant, Huami will offer three private dining rooms and showcase a 1,200 bottle wine wall.  


ITL’s modern kitchen embraces family friendly Italian dining, featuring two large wood fired pizza ovens, freshly made pasta and gelati. Adjoining the Festival Plaza, ITL will be a high energy attraction for customers on the way to or from the Adelaide Oval and Festival Theatre.

Lucky Noodle

Located on the main gaming floor of the expansion, Lucky Noodle will serve fast and fresh Southeast Asian food, delivering a quick dining option, without compromising on quality. 


Offering brilliant views of the River Torrens and footbridge, Westward is the perfect meeting spot pre or post game, located on the western side of the SkyCity precinct.  

Premier Steven Marshall said the SkyCity expansion is set to be a tourism drawcard for South Australia.

"We are really looking forward to the opening of these new restaurants and hotel because it will give more reasons for people to visit Adelaide and our regions, to experience our world-class food, wine and hospitality."

SkyCity Adelaide General Manager, David Christian, said the $330 million new hotel, Eos by SkyCity, and world-class SkyCity entertainment precinct is nearing completion.

"We’re thrilled to play a part in shining a light on the South Australian tourism industry, as well as attracting interstate and international visitors back to our state, when the time is right.

"This investment by SkyCity is not only helping to transform our entertainment and tourism industry, but also offering the hospitality industry some incredible recruitment opportunities, with the SkyCity workforce set to expand by approximately 700 employees by the middle of next year."

SkyCity has recently established an independent recruitment and training facility on North Terrace.

SkyCity Adelaide is South Australia’s leading hospitality and entertainment employer, and the transformation of the SkyCity entertainment precinct offers an exciting opportunity to grow this team.

SkyCity’s aim is to make employees and customers feel welcome in everything they do, providing exceptional experiences to customers, whilst working alongside leading industry professionals in a fun environment.

Recruitment is underway for a range of new roles. To learn more visit:



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