Another round of food, wine, happenings and stuffs!
Danphe has opened up in Collins Street featuring Nepalese and Indian cuisines.
Dier Makr bar and bistro is coming soon to Collins Street.
Wobbly Boot Vineyard is presenting a dairy free cheese making workshop with matching wines on the 23rd of October. Tickets are $50 and bookings can be made via firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Jane in South Hobart now has a website and is due to open soon.
Truckle and co is on the look out for casual staff to join their team.
The Apple Shed presents Brews at the Shed featuring nine of Tassies best producers: Captain Bligh’s, Double Head Brewing, Kick Snare Brewing, Last Rites Brewing, Spotty Dog, Devil’s Brewery, Church Hill Brewing, The Winston Brewing Co and Pagan Cider on 27th of November. It’s a free event but bus tickets can be purchased here.
Rude Boy Jamaican Restaurant and Bar will start construction any day now….
Sustainable Living Festival running 12th-13th of November at PW1 have announced their guests for an extensive range of cooking demonstrations including chefs from Fat Pig Farm, Small Fry and Birdseed. Full program is well worth checking out here.
Waffle on at Society will see Wafflle on Cafe bringing their waffles to Society in Salamanca for a pop up event on show day eve.
Fuel so Good are starting a healthy home delivery service soon.
The Homestead has a new cocktail selection.
Restaurant Schulz is celebrating Oktoberfest on the 16th with entertainment and traditional Bavarian food.
The Republic Bar has another beer garden party this Sunday the 16th with 16 hour american style smoked beef brisket, corn on the cob and coleslaw. It’s free and runs from 2:30pm.
And reminders from the last edition:
Clarence Seafarers’ Festival is being held again on the 23rd of October with food, wine and entertainment for the whole family.
The Gagebrook Spring Food Festival is being held on the 16th of October.
Tasmanian White Wine Weekend runs 5th-6th of November at PW1 with the opportunity to sample over 50 Tasmanian wines from statewide producers.