The Ro’n’Slow BBQ Team launch their new sauce range by smoking up some brisket, ribs, bratwurst, wings and sides at Lean-To Kitchen in Derwent Park on the 1st of September from 6pm. Full details here.
Bangor Wine & Oyster Shed is hosting a four course seafood dinner on the 23rd of September presented by Chef Eloise Emmett, author of the cookbook ‘Seafood Everyday’. Tickets are $68 and available here.
Maldini Italian Cafe Restaurant in Salamanca has a new menu and cocktail list.
Vegan cafe A Tad Whimsy has closed its doors.
Gold Bar has opened, hidden away on Morrison Street, with an impressive range of drinks on offer.
Brewberrie Cafe has opened in Liverpool Street.
The Westend Pumphouse presents ‘The Trolley Series’. Premiering this ongoing event on the 1st of September is Shene Distillery showcasing their hugely successful Unfiltered and True Spirit Poltergeist gins. Tickets are $70 with food and drink included.
Old Ceylon has closed.
Asian Food and Snack Mart has opened at 118 Elizabeth Street with an outstanding range of specialty produce and treats.
Tricycle Cafe & Bar Salamanca has sold after 11 years under the leadership of Megan and Adam. The new owners have started to incorporate their native Mexican street food into the menu with more planned.
Tao House Bistro has opened in South Hobart with Chinese cuisine.
The Agrarian Kitchen Eatery & Store is throwing its first party under the ‘The heartAKE Sessions’ banner on the 8th of September with Pizza e Birra as the theme. Tickets include pizza, entertainment and two drinks with a bus service available. Tickets here.
Metropolitan Pizza and Tapas is opening on Elizabeth Street.
Sons of Baja has closed.
Beau Tea has popped up at 69 Murray Street and proven incredibly popular with their range of bubble and iced teas.
Smolt in Salamanca has closed and will undergo a month of renovations before reopening as a brand new venture.
Liv-eat is opening a Moonah store.
Pancho Villa has a new menu.
Slow Food Hobart is holding its AGM on the 17th of September followed by a dinner focusing on indigenous foods presented by Asher Gilding and Franca Zingler of Port Cygnet Catering Co. and Trish Hodge of Mina Nina. Details here.
The Den is opening at 63 Salamanca Place promising a focus on Tasmanian food and artisan drinks.
Room for a Pony has installed a wood fired pizza oven.
Mr Good Guy has a Fathers Day Feast featuring whole suckling pig, grilled chicken, lamb shoulder, and all the trimmings. Tickets are $40 or $20 for little ones, contact them via their Facebook to book.
The very cool Institut Polaire bar has opened at the Salamanca end of Murray Street.
KALBI Korean has opened in North Hobart.