All the hospitality news that is fit to print!
Aløft is running a series of events featuring friends guesting in their kitchen. First up is Fico on the 11th of September for a long lunch, with food and wine pairing $130pp. Bookings can be made via email@example.com
The Brisbane Hotel is hosting vegan nights on Tuesdays all month with meat free interpretations of traditional 1950s American diner food. Bookings can be made on 62344920 and are highly suggested as the first night booked out.
Frank Restaurant and Bar has introduced a special bar snacks menu from 4-6pm Fridays to kick off the weekend.
The Glass House is presenting a Hickinbotham Wine Dinner on September the 14th. The four iconic 2014 varietals from the Clarendon Vineyard will be accompanied by a matched four-course menu and Q&A between Wine Maker Charlie Seppelt and wine writer Winsor Dobbin. Tickets are limited.
The Fish Bar has reopened in North Hobart with new owners.
The Homestead is celebrating the return of the fishing season with specials of fresh Tassie scallops all month.
Tasmanian Microbrew Festival is on at PW1 on the 17th of September featuring a huge range of brewers and food.
Cooleys Hotel has an exciting new menu.
Bellerives latest eatery Belles opens today with some Mexican inspired food from the team behind Taco Taco and Chulo.
Kosaten Japanese also opens in Salamanca today.
Lark Distillery presents Whisky 101: An Introduction to Whisky on the 10th of September promising to answer all your questions with a few wee drams on the way.
Hoposphere Presents: ‘Into The Darkness’ at Destination Cellars on the 13th of September with the Hawkers range including the Infamous Imperial Stout and the Limited Edition Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout. Tickets are $30.
Munchies Street Food are returning soon….
Van Demons Inaugural Wing Eating Competition is being held at Red Square on the 17th of September with different categories to see who can eat the most wings in 3 minutes.
Knuckle Sandwich is popping up again at Ginger Browns on the 21st of September.
Fiesta International, held on 24th of September this year, is an annual event that celebrates the diversity and multiculturalism of our international community in Tasmania. A variety of performances from multicultural talents combined with a range of traditional food and drinks from around the world are the highlights. More info HERE.
Sure to sell out, Tasting Spain with Frank Camorra from Movida is being hosted by Truckle and Co on the 3rd of October.
A Taste of Possibility brings together five of Tasmanias best chefs to raise funds to support Tasmanians living with disability. Paul Foreman, D C Lim, Ruben Koopman, Craig Will and Phil Piper will cook up a feast inside a transformed City Hall with live entertainment. Tickets here.
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