Fleurieu Living Magazine

Ask a local

01. Karena Armstrong

Co-Owner and Chef at Salopian Inn. Caffeine: Dawn Patrol. Where I go casual: Beach Road for pizza and fiano Where I go fancy: D’Arrys Veranda … Pete and Jo Reskche are the embodiment of hospitality. Uniquely ours: The cliff top run from Port Willunga to Maslin Beach car park – drink up that view! A good drop: Spoilt for choice!!! Tim Geddes at Geddes Wines is making some excellent Grenache, which I think is the best variety from our region. Where I shop: Miss Gladys… LOVE that shop! I’d like to try: My Place, Willunga Hill – always booked out!

02. Lauren Alexander

Caffeine: De Groot Coffee Co, Port Elliot or the Appleseed Cafe, Strathalbyn. De Groot roasts and brews their own

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