Foods and Stuffs Vol 30

Six Zer0 closes it’s doors on the 2nd of September with plans to reopen later in the month as ‘A wine bar in Bellerive’ serving tapas, cheese, cocktails, and wine.

Agent Cooper has opened on the main road of Glenorchy with specialty coffee, doughnuts from Rogue Pastry and bread from Pigeon Whole Bakers.

Stefano Lubiana Wines & Osteria has a weekend for lovers of truffles on the 18th-19th of August with a four course lunch menu incorporating the delicacies for $100. It’s also once again hosting the annual Pork and Pinot evening on the 1st of September which offers four courses with matching wines for $125. Book for either event at the venue.

Craft bar Local Motive has opened up aboard the Margate Train with an enticing selection of beers on tap.

Oysters @ Bar Wa Izakaya

Bar Wa Izakaya has introduced a range of ramen to their lunch time menu. Bar Wamen is available 12-3 daily alongside their existing menu.

Japanese restaurant Panko Chan is opening in Kingston early August.

Hobart Wine Fair 2018 will be held at Henry Jones on the 26th of August. Available to taste are over 200 wines from around the globe as well as Tasmanian spirits and beer.

Koma Ramen in Elizabeth Street is now Ajikoma Japanese Restaurant

Daci & Daci is reopening their renovated Salamanca premises on the 6th of August. The opening of a second store in New Town will not be far behind.

Tasmanian Whisky Week runs from the 13th-19th of August with events and tastings held throughout the state.

Benedict @ Bear With Me

Bear With Me has opened in South Hobart with coffee, brunch and more.

Etties, in conjunction with Wine Profile Tasmania, is holding an ‘Organics in Italy’ dinner featuring four courses with matched Italian wines for $90. Bookings can be made via the venue.

Popular purveyors of bubble tea Gong Cha has opened a Hobart store at 74 Liverpool Street.

Hobart Twilight Market is holding another of it’s pop up markets at Brooke Street Pier on the 24th of August from 4:30-9pm. Expect some great food, drinks, stalls and entertainment.

Boodle Beasley craft bar has opened in North Hobart with an impressive range of beverages and snacks.

Tacos @ Grinners

Grinners Dive Bar has opened in Elizabeth Street slinging tacos and booze until late.

One of Tasmania’s most exciting dining venues, The Summit, is teaming up with Moo Brew to present a five course degustation late lunch on the 25th of August. Tickets are available here.

Popular Glenorchy Chinese restaurant Yummy Inn is opening a second store in Hobart at 48 Barrack Street.

Slow Food Hobart are holding a dinner on the 15th of August to raise funds towards their Terra Madre scholarship. Guest Chef is Alex Morton Brown from The Agrarian Kitchen Eatery who will be presenting four courses with matching wines. Tickets and more details are available here.

Dessert at Frogmore

Ruben Koopman, Head Chef at award winning Restaurant Frogmore Creek, is moving on and leaving the state.

Kirakira Japanese restaurant has opened at 46 Argyle Street, next door to Pilgrim Coffee.

Tasmanian Microbrew Festival returns on the 8th of September at PW1 celebrating Tasmania’s craft beers and ciders.

Still Thai (previously Ivory Cafe) has reopened in Elizabeth Street.

Bury Me Standing has moved into bigger and better premises at 85 Bathurst Street.

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