By Triana O'Keefe – Editor, Australian Hotelier

Adelaide’s Glenelg is home to a fresh, new-look venue owned by the RD Jones Group in partnership with Port Adelaide AFL players Travis Boak and Robbie Gray, and the Crows' Ben Rutten.

Construction of The Moseley Bar & Kitchen started on July 21 and has transformed the venue, formerly known as The Dublin.

“No expense has been spared to create a light, bright and chic interior that we hope will provide a home away from home for everyone who visits,” said RD Jones' Luke Donaldson.

“The new venue will feature a handcrafted marble bar, a glass void to capture the natural light, hanging chairs, greenery and an earthy colour scheme. We’re doing everything we can to create a timeless and comfortable atmosphere that all of our customers will enjoy.”

Dining will be the focus on the ground level at The Moseley, while upstairs the bar and balcony will convert into a premier nightspot offering casual food, music and live entertainment.

Ben Rutten said the venue aimed to bring vibrancy back into Moseley Square.

“The Glenelg foreshore is a beautiful location, and the potential is limitless as far as events and entertainment go. We want The Moseley Bar & Kitchen to enhance the character of Moseley Square and reinforce Glenelg as the place to visit in Adelaide,” Rutten said.

“Our venue will also feature two outdoor areas, which will encourage residents, workers and visitors to linger and enjoy the best that this state has to offer.”

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