Foods and Stuffs Vol 16

The Amorik Whisky Tour lands in Hobart on the 4th of March featuring the Exclusive 10 YO Sauternes release with David Roussier, GM of Armorik Single Malt, travelling from Brittany, France for this special occasion. Tickets for this exciting event are available here.

Urban Greek is once again opening for lunches on Fridays and Sundays.

Society – Salamanca is hosting a Syrian supper on the 2nd of March as part of the global #cookforsyria campaign, raising funds for the UNICEF Australia Syria Crisis Appeal. The evening will feature Syrian street food, share plates and middle eastern inspired cocktails and 20% from every purchase on the evening will be donated to UNICEF. Bookings are recommended via the venue.

Starfish Bar is opening in Derwent Park.

On the weekend of the 4th and 5th of March vineyards in the South and East will open their doors to the public for wine tastings, food, entertainment and sales. Details here.

Shambles Brewery is celebrating its first birthday on the 3rd of March with beer, live music and new menu additions.

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408C are the newest members of the North Hobart community serving up coffee in a laneway Mon-Fri 

Sprout Tasmania will be hosting a series of dinners throughout the year where people will have the opportunity to “connect with Tasmanian producers and local chefs as well as like minded foodies, to share stories, ideas and enjoy incredible food”. The inaugural dinner is on the 7th of March and features produce from Rocky Top Farm presented by Glass House Head Chef Sam Gasson at The Brooke Street Larder. Tickets are available here.

The Homestead will have a new menu soon.

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Quartermasters Arms has opened a new space upstairs

The Mill on Morrison has changed its name to The Music Bar with tapas and live entertainment on offer.

Mother’s Ruin: A Cabaret about Gin returns to Hobart on the 14th of March.

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Dear Deer Dessert House has opened in Sandy Bay

The list of stallholders for the 2017 Moonah Taste of the World Festival has been released. New this year include Tibet Kitchen, Indonesian Corner, Taste of Kabul and Yellow Rice. It’s a fantastic family friendly event well worth checking out and we’re very much looking forward to! Details are here.

Lil’ Texas Pantry in Sandy Bay has closed.

Something is happening in the old Kafe Kara….

Small-fry Hobart is offering the opportunity to book its intimate space for a “Private Dining Experience” with 5 courses, plus snacks and sweet treats, with matched drinks spanning beer, wine and spirits. Contact the venue for details.

Good Games in Brisbane St has been granted a liquor license.

And from the last volume:

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

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.

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.

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