Gormanston Road Store in Derwent Park has new owners and is serving up traditional Afghan meals alongside their regular fare with the help of Hazara asylum seekers and former refugees.
Hejos Chinese Restaurant has introduced a home delivery service.
Yambu has opened at 129 Elizabeth Street with Latin inspired food.
Pulp Friction has sold after five and a half years with Amanda at the helm.
Crust Pizza has opened up a new store in Kingston, delivering to neighbouring areas.
Rin Japanese is closed for a break until the 14th of October.
Rhyme St Cafe is opening a third store, in Northgate Shopping Centre.
Play Ground cafe has closed their store and will instead operate from Salamanca Market each Saturday.
La Porchetta in Salamanca is now La Mensa with a similar style of food.
Chippies Right Royal Fish and Chips has finally opened in Battery Point.
Osaka Izakaya is opening in North Hobart in the old Mako building with lunch Wednesday – Saturday and dinner seven days a week.
Miss Jane in South Hobart has closed and will be reopening soon as a different venture.
Six-Zer0 has introduced a $50pp set menu of eight shared plates alongside their regular offerings.
Hobart Twilight Market returns on the 6th of October at Long Beach in Sandy Bay and fortnightly after.
Smolt in Salamanca has reopened as Suzi Luck’s Canteen and Cocktail Bar.
Lady Hester opens its CBD store in Collins Court on the 6th of October offering doughnuts every Friday from 10am until sold out.
Parliament Square is getting closer to opening with a range of new eateries under the eye of Winter Feast curator Jo Cook.
Rub It Up Smokehouse & BBQ is catering a Christmas Day feast at Campania Hall including a whole spit roasted pig, smoked free range turkey and ham.
Frogmore Creek City is nearing completion with their casual bar The Lounge opening 4th of October followed by the upmarket Atmosphere a week later.
Joopo Chinese Hotpot has opened in Sandy Bay.
Fuel so Good has closed both its stores.