Adelaide’s Pimp Pad is now just ‘The Pad’, and is a bar and lounge to boot

PiMP Pad is Not PiMP Any More

By on September 5, 2012 at 9:30 am

The establishment formerly known as The Pimp Pad would like you to know that they’ve just successfully applied for their liquor license and are now rebranding themselves to match. The newly-reopened “Pad Gamers Bar and Lounge” is now open for business in Adelaide, focusing on a more mature and responsible crowd.

“The PiMP PAD has changed its name to The Pad Gamers Bar & Lounge in accordance with the court’s decision and is moving its entrance from Franklin Street to Morialta Street,” reads the press release. “We are altering our operating schedule to ensure a safe and positive venue for all gamers. The venue will serve liquor from 6pm on weekdays and from midday on weekends.”

There’s an official launch event happening on the 14th of September and sponsored by Razer – you can find all the details here on Facebook.

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So you’re saying it’s now a place one would be slightly less ashamed to go into?

The one time I went there was pre-liquor licence. Gaming bar minus booze = fail.

 

I’ve been there once,

I went through 3 PC’s before I found one which worked
Half the games didn’t start.
I had to constantly bug the Staff to fix it.
The place looks shit the stairs are all unpainted and very dirty.

Even with alcohol I dont know if it will stay open much longer, they need a different building one thats big single storey and is very well presented and have a modern/sci fi styled design.

 
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