The AU$330 million upgrade of SkyCity Adelaide will include the opening of four new restaurants and two new bars, all with access to a 7,500-bottle master cellar dominated by iconic South Australian wines.
SkyCity Entertainment Group revealed further details of its Adelaide revamp on Monday ahead of the property’s planned relaunch in late 2020.
Among its array of F&B offerings will be SkyCity’s new “jewel in the crown” – a rooftop bar and restaurant called Sol offering views over the Adelaide Hills and live music.
Also opening their doors will be fine dining southern Chinese restaurant Huami, modern Italian restaurant ITL and Southeast Asian outlet Lucky Noodle located on the main gaming floor. A second new bar, Westward, will offer views of Adelaide’s River Torrens.
All venues will have access to the 7,500 bottle master cellar, boasting a focus on South Australian wines, the company explained.
“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,” said SkyCity Adelaide General Manager, David Christian.
“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 also announced recently that its expanded Adelaide property will feature Australia’s first fully functional microbrewery within a casino via a partnership with local craft beer brewer Pirate Life.