Another glorious edition of happenings in the Tasmanian hospitality scene!
Tasmanian Gourmet Seafoods is hosting a Christmas in July event on the 16th with lunch and dinner bookings still available and great food on offer including some extravagant seafood platters.
One of Hobart’s longest running cafes The Realm has sadly closed its doors for the last time.
CSK is back and serving up a meat feast at Criterion Street Cafe on the 29th of June.
T-Bone Brewery is getting close to opening its new premises in North Hobart and looking great.
Saigon Express is now open for breakfast from 7am.
R Takagi is moving into new premises almost directly across from its current location.
The Homestead has expanded its collection of craft beers and ciders.
Truckle & Co is hosting a Village Bread Workshop on the 2nd of July with the talented Dillon Kesur leading.
Work is underway on Born in Brunswick in North Hobart and many are excited about this joint venture of a Masterchef contestant and a yoga instructor serving up contemporary breakfast and brunch.
The Duke of Wellington has new owners.
Society is holding a paella night on the 7th of July with Spanish wine, sangria and gin mare. Paella is $16 a serve until sold out.
Riversdale Estate has some events coming up including high tea and a fashion parade.
Sprout Tasmania presents Cross Pollinate and early bird tickets close on the 30th of June for the event in August. This year’s event topic is ‘Connect & Grow’ and includes a long table dinner celebrating Tasmanian produce, a Coal River Valley producer tour (bus and lunch) and a day conference at MONA (morning tea and lunch). Tickets can be found here.
Willing Brothers has the 2014 Sailor Seeks Horse Pinot Noir in.
Cyclo open this Friday the 24th at 8am serving Vietnamese street food in North Hobart.
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