Foods and Stuffs Vol 6

All singing, all dancing, it is time once again to take a look at upcoming events and news!

Small Fry is closed 30th and 31st August due to clashing events.

The Italian Pantry is hosting a pizza and spritz pop up on the 18th of August from 4:30, price is $20.

The Salamanca Bakehouse and HNA Chinese have both closed their doors.

IXL Long Bar has guided tastings led by Brendon Rogers exploring ‘American Oak finished whisky vs Sherry Oak finished whisky’ on the 18th of August from 6pm. RSVP to

808 in Murray St open their new sports bar this weekend with live music Friday and Saturday nights and plans to reopen the kitchen in the near future.

Honey Childs is back at Hobart Brewing Company this Thursday the 18th with a menu of its most requested ‘Rib Sticking’ Comfort Classics. Music is by Kelly Ottoway & Mia Palencia.

Also this Thursday is the opening of Brown Sugar in Moonah at the old RIVA site.

Twelve Stones has a Tea Tree Wine Producers Banquet on the 26th of August. Five Courses are $120.00 per person with each course matched with wine from a different producer.

Freycinet Centenary Festival has lots on offer on the weekend of 27th-29th of August. Full details HERE.

Liv-eat have opened their new store in Liverpool St just up from the Myer bouncing castle.

Hadleys Hotel has a “Royal Afternoon Tea Experience” featuring music by members of the TSO on the 27th of August. Tickets are $80 per person and bookings essential. Phone Claire on 03 6237 2999.

Cross Pollinate has its long table dinner at MONA this Monday the 22nd of August featuring Executive Chef Vince Trim cooking some of Tasmania’s finest produce.

Lark Distillery is teaming up with Steve Brooks, head brewer and owner of Captain Blighs Brewery to share an evening of stories and history, matching some of their finest whiskies with Captain Bligh’s locally brewed colonial style beers on the 27th of August. Tickets phone 6231 9088 or click HERE.

Harbour Lights Cafe hosts “An Evening by the Harbour” on the 27th of August featuring three courses of delectable Italian antipasti and share platter cuisine, fantastic Tasmanian and Italian wines and live entertainment from the best of Hobart’s comedy scene. Cost is $38 per person, bookings are essential and can be made on 6224 2138.

Tasmanian Gourmet Seafoods is planning a special menu for Fathers day weekend.

Salamanca Fresh has the excellent Devils Corner wines on sale at $15.90 a bottle.

Captain Blighs is open this Friday the 19th with food by Wattlebank and live music.

Like to be included in the next edition? Contact Carl



2 Comments Add yours

  1. lennie00 says:

    This is great. Thanks for putting it together. Perfectly succinct and informative. Cheers.


    1. Thank you for the kind words!


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