Foods and Stuffs Vol 15

 

Pop Up Gin Garden is appearing on Hobart’s waterfront this weekend. Featured are Forty Spotted Rare Tasmanian Gin, food by The Ember Box and a variety of local musicians. The event runs from 5pm Friday 10th until Monday 13th.

Festa Italia Hobart 2017 Street Festival takes over the streets of North Hobart on the 19th of February featuring a huge array of food stalls, cooking demonstrations, wine, song and dance.

The Agrarian Kitchen is getting ready to open its new restaurant in New Norfolk next month.

Sons of Baja have a new menu.

One of Tasmania’s premiere food and wine experiences, Festivale, runs this weekend in Launceston. Check out Heads Up Launceston for a guide if you plan on travelling to this fantastic event.

Me Wah is planning on opening a new restaurant as part of Wrest Point Casino.

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Platter @ Ut Si

Ut Si is on the market and we encourage you to check them out while you still can!

The Derwent Valley Tasmanian Wild Food Festival runs on the 19th of March celebrating Tasmanian foods that are caught in the wild.

Little Missy Patisserie has ended Saturday trading and will start opening from Monday to Friday starting the 6th of March.

Vibrance Festival is an exciting new festival to be held in Hobart’s CBD this March. Featuring street art created specifically for the event on a 200sqm wall while onlookers party with food and drinks in the carpark.

Jack Greene in Salamanca has introduced a special menu until midnight seven days a week.

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Many of your favourite food vans will be trialing new locations following a relaxation of rules by the Hobart City Council. Check out Tasmanian Food Trucks to keep up to date.

The Australian Wooden Boat Festival is this weekend. Described as one of the worlds most anticipated nautical events the festival has grown to showcase a fleet of over 500 boats. Amongst the beautiful and historic vessels there’s a huge selection of food vendors at this family friendly weekend. While seafood is always popular here you can find a wide range of other dishes and the Waterside Tavern is a great escape featuring a large range of Tasmanian beers, ciders and other beverages.

Sawak Cafe in Collins St is now open for dinner on Sunday evenings from 5-9pm, joining a resurgence of evening dining options in the CBD.

Koonya Garlic Festival runs on the 25th of February and features cooking classes with Sally Wise, Paul Foreman and D C Lim as well as a brilliant array of multicultural food stalls and plenty of garlic in all its forms to take home. There’s also family friendly entertainment and kids enter for free. Cost for adults is just $5 and the event runs from 10am-3:30pm.

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Brisket, Macaroni and Cornichon Croquette, Mustard Creme Fraiche, Puffed Amaranth, Bean Sprouts, Fried Egg @ Born in Brunswick

Dandy Lane has a new menu, new outdoor seating and an upcoming Chilli Challenge for the brave.

The Hobart Blues and BBQ Festival is Tasmania’s first Australasian Barbecue Alliance sanctioned BBQ teams event, to be held at Hobart Brewing Company on March 25th-26th. BBQ teams will compete for $3,500 in cash and prizes across 5 categories. Some of Tasmania’s best BBQ restaurants and professionals will be serving up small and large plates and there’ll be a huge lineup of Blues bands and soloists all weekend.

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Ettie’s have introduced a Prix Fixe lunch offer with a meal, glass of wine and coffee for $25

Redlands Distillery is hosting a Sunday session this weekend from 1pm-4pm with live music, pizza, tastings, tours and cocktails.

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