Hellfire Bluff Distillery are celebrating their first birthday this Saturday 13th of May at Society in Salamanca with a range of Hellfire cocktails and surprises in store.
Mako Seafoods in North Hobart has closed down.
Hearth are opening for lunch on Mothers Day and still have some tables available.
Munchies Street Food are popping up at Coal Valley Cider on the 14th of May from 11am-4pm.
Standard Drinks, an American themed restaurant, is set to open next door to Property of Pilgrim in Liverpool St.
Hobart institution Joes Garage has sadly closed its doors with the area rumoured for redevelopment.
Lark Distillery plans to celebrate its 25th birthday in fine style on the 28th of May.
Tasmanian Red Wine Weekend takes over PW1 on the weekend of 20th-21st of May. 70 reds from throughout the state will be available for tastings.
The Westend Pumphouse has brought back its popular Yum Cha and Gin Trolley for lunch this Mothers Day, bookings are selling fast.
Prossers on the Beach will close its doors on the 18th of June.
Pizza Traders are opening on the 17th of May in the old Tickled Rib on Elizabeth St.
Dier Marisqueria, a pop up featuring the talented Deborah Blank and Luke Burgess, will continue until the 17th of June. Luke is rumoured to be considering a return to Tasmania.
Veg Bar in North Hobart has a new menu and website.
A full list of collaborators and stallholders is now up on the Dark Mofo Winter Feast website.
The Potting Room cafe/florist is getting ready to open on Sandy Bay Road.
The popular Castle Zayee is for sale.
Straight Up Coffee + Food are opening a gluten free bakery in Moonah.
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Featured image: Mixed Grill at Urban Greek by Angharad Jones