Foods and Stuffs Vol 12

Early bird tickets for Hobart BeerFest close in a week with prices rising after for this huge celebration of brews. The event runs 27th  – 28th January in PW1 with over 300 beers and ciders on tap, gourmet food stalls and a range of entertainment including The Beautiful Girls and Kid Kenobi. Tickets here.

Knuckle Sandwich is popping up again at Belles Bellerive on the 11th of December with another round of delicious sandwiches.

Destination Cellers is presenting a very special tasting session on the 29th of December. Featured is Hyde Whiskey, recently voted best single malt Irish whiskey in the world. Tickets are $45 and include finger food and special pricing for purchases, available here.

Queens pattiserie opens today at 144 Harrington Street, brought to you by the team behind Pilgrim.

Shambles Brewery has a new outdoor drinking area in time for summer.

Peacock and Jones has a wine tasting on the 30th of November with Meadowbank Wines in the spotlight including their newly released V16 Riesling.

The Italian Pantry has a new Spring menu and wine list.

Brunch is the new black

The Stagg hopes to enter The Guinness Book of Records on the 26th of November as Sue Stagg attempts to reclaim the record of most coffees made in an hour, currently standing at 353. All coffees will be given away with donations to Movember encouraged in return.

Oktoberfest celebrations continue with another event being held at PW1 this weekend. Details here.

The Burger Haus is looking for dedicated apprentice chefs to join its team.

Sons of Baja have extended their opening hours to include Tuesday lunches with a $5 taco special running into the evening.

Boutique bar Kentucky Rain has opened in North Hobart featuring American influenced cocktails, spirits, beers & wine with a Tasmanian twist.

Niji Japanese in the Hobart Bus Mall has an all you can eat sushi buffet from 4pm each evening.

Filoxenia” Greek Restaurant-Tavern opens on the 26th of November in North Hobart. Operated by the team behind Filos in the Hobart Mall it promises authentic Greek and Cretan food.

Street Eats Franko

Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery presents another Beyond the Watergate on the 30th of November with entertainment from Christo Jones and sustenance from Taco Taco, Sip and Spoon and Willie Smiths. Entry is free from 6pm-9pm

Narryna has a “Christmas Craft Spirit Market” on the 10th of December with beverages from Belgrove Distillery, Forty Spotted Rare Tasmanian Gin, Hartshorn Distillery, Hellfire Bluff Distillery, Hobart No.4 Gin, Lark Distillery, McHenry Distillery, Nonesuch Distillery, Redlands Distillery -at Dysart House, SÜD POLAIRE and Shene Estate & Distillery on offer.

Pigeon Whole Bakers have opened their new shop front with even more delicious goods on offer.

And a reminder from previous editions….

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.

Hobart Brewing Company is teaming up with Honey Child’s Creole Corner and Ned from Slow Bones & Two Pots to present a Thanksgiving Feast on the 27th of November. Donations are being collected to help The Hobart Women’s Shelter and tickets are limited to 60 people.

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  1. Maria Pate says:

    Hi, could you please add my husband to your email list for these posts ?




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