Circle of Life Doughnut Co are opening a store at the entrance to Bank Arcade in Liverpool Street.
Hobart’s newest dive bar, Dirty Pennies, has opened in the old Victoria Tavern.
Landscape Restaurant & Grill is presenting an evening of decadence with one of Australia’s best sommeliers and lovers of champagne, Joseph Burton, on the 22nd of March. Six exceptional wines from the renowned Champagne region of France will be matched with five courses featuring black summer truffles from Old Forest Vale Farm in Tasmania. Tickets are $295 per person from the venue and limited to 20 guests.
Mint has closed in the Mall.
The fantastic Derwent Valley Autumn Festival returns on the 14th of April.
Grandma’s Noodles is opening soon at 40 Murray Street in the city.
Thomas Davey’s Cafe Takeaway opens on the 20th of March with coffee and doughnuts on the day purchased by donation to The Alex Gadomski Fellowship.
Bar Wa Izakaya and Destination Cellars Tasmania are hosting the launch of Suntory Toki Whisky with National Brand Ambassador Dan Woolley on Thursday March 21st from 6pm. Tasting on the night will be Suntory Toki, Yamazaki Distillers Reserve, Hakashu Distillers Reserve, Hibiki Harmony, The Chita and also Suntory Roku Gin. Full details here.
Lu’s BBQ is adding to it’s two Melbourne locations with a store at 85a Harrington Street (ex Subway) serving up Chinese style BBQ skewers.
Kaiju Can Bar in Elizabeth Street has closed it’s doors after a long running battle over noise complaints.
Republic Bar & Cafe is throwing a party on the 23rd of March as one of it’s founders, Jezza Heath, leaves the venue. Free food and entertainment will be on offer plus a lot more with full details here.
Beau-tea in Murray Street has closed.
Hokkaido Sushi is set to open two licensed restaurants, in the Hobart Mall and Eastlands.
Moonah Taste of the World Festival returns to Benjafield Park on the 24th of March.
Belles Burgers has a new menu and has introduced ‘Kids eat free’ Sunday nights at it’s South Hobart store.
Slow Food Hobart in collaboration with The Agrarian Kitchen Eatery invite you to a celebration of Italy with SFH 2018 Scholarship winner and Agrarian Kitchen Eatery young chef, Alex Morton-Brown. Alex’s menu will be a celebration of his scholarship time in Italy and reflect the dishes and foods that inspired him. The dinner takes place on the 29th of March and tickets are available here.
The team from Da Angelo are opening a cafe Cibo e Vino in Battery Point on the 20th of March.
Paul Foreman Consulting and Catering has launched a new website here.
Global Kitchen in Moonah has closed.