Hobart Brewing Company celebrates its first birthday this Friday the 17th with live music, food trucks and 9 beers on tap from 4pm.
Anatolia in North Hobart is closed indefinitely for renovations.
Sustainable Living Tasmania presents its 7th annual Living Local Feast on the 1st of April at Hamlet. The evening features a menu by Cameron Perry consisting entirely of Tasmanian produce. Tickets for the 13 course dinner are available here.
The excellent Estia Greek Festival returns to the streets of North Hobart this Sunday the 19th of March.
The Tasmanian Inn continues its renovations after undergoing a change in ownership at the end of last year. New craft beers and spirits are arriving daily and plans are afoot for an in house kitchen garden.
The Glass House is introducing all day, every day dining from the 20th of March serving from Midday until 10pm.
After months of renovations the new Bento at 116 Elizabeth St might finally be nearing completion.
Twelve Stones has closed its doors until a buyer can be found.
Etties is hosting an intimate wine dinner in its new cellar bar on the 23rd of March. Tickets are $110 per head for 8 European wines with 5 courses of food. Only 20 spots are available and it is expected to fill fast so bookings are essential.
Legendary Chef Jacques Reymond arrives in Hobart on the 5th of May to present a dinner as part of TAFE Tasmania’s Great Chefs Series which allows students to work alongside and learn from some of the best in the industry. Tickets are $195 per person and available here. Following on in July we have Mark Best in Hobart while Launceston hosts the incredible Christian Puglisi in April.
Chennai Bismi has reopened after renovations.
Truckle and Co have upcoming classes in pasta and sushi.
Taspice has sadly closed its doors.
The Car Yard Café has opened at 267A Main Road Derwent Park. The venture is operated by Hospitality Trainees of Aurora Disability Services and established to provide onsite hospitality training opportunities to showcase skills learned to the public.
Spotty Dog Brewers will be serving up their fantastic BBQ and beers at Farm Gate Market from April.
Something is happening next door to Property of Pilgrim….
Destination Cellars are attempting to declare a winner in the battle of Australian versus French gins on the 28th of March. Australia will be represented by Prohibition Bathtub 69% Gin, Applewood Dry Gin, and Green Ant Gin while France will present Drouin Le Gin, Gin G1&9, and Generous Gin. Tickets are $30 and include nibbles available here.
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.