Foods and Stuffs Vol 34

Your irregularly published  round up of Tasmanian foodie news! First up, we have four big players opening up soon in the Hobart CBD : Kavorka : The brainchild of Megan Quill, former co-owner of Tricycle Cafe, with dishes and drinks that draw inspiration from her Latvian and Lithuanian roots. Vigil : Street food from the team…

Dark MOFO – The Foodie Fringe 2019

Beyond Winter Feast there’s a lot happening in Hobart and with more restaurants and bars than ever before offering something extra during the Dark MOFO Festival this will be our biggest guide yet! Tom McHugo’s Two Metre Tall are taking over the back bar of this excellent central pub with six hand pumps dedicated to their artisan…

Ten Top Mothers Day Lunches 2019

While we at Yippee Pie Yay believe you should treat your mum every day, here’s some great ideas for lunch this coming Sunday! Etties One of Tasmania’s oldest buildings in the heart of the CBD has been transformed into an elegant bar and bistro. You’ll find local food served up with inspiration from Europe and…

Foods and Stuffs Vol 32

Another bumper edition of Tasmanian food and festival news! Three Japanese in Battery Point has new owners and menu. The team from Pancho Villa have opened up Voodoo Bar in the space behind the building serving up cocktails, rum, and snacks. Berta have closed their North Hobart premises as they prepare to move into the CBD at 119…

Foods and Stuffs Vol 31

It has been a while between editions so a lot to catch up on in the world of Tasmanian food, wine and festivals! Aløft has launched Breakfast Club running from 8am til midday every Sunday serving up contemporary breakfast, brunch and cocktails. Belles Burgers has opened a second restaurant at 4 Cascade Road in South Hobart, previously…

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…

2018 Dark MOFO + City of Hobart Winter Feast Preview

Over two weeks in June there will be a series of very special coming togethers indeed as our finest island produce is given to the hands of Chefs from throughout the lands to be showcased at a festival unlike any other. As the darkness descends the fires will roar and there shall be drinking, dancing,…

Foods and Stuffs Vol 29

After a long hiatus, Tacos Mexican Restaurant has reopened in Salamanca complete with their famous fish bowl margaritas . Cornelian Bay Boathouse has a new Autumn menu. Society – Salamanca is presenting another Bao Bun Bonanza with five types to choose from and Asian influenced cocktails to match on the 19th of April. Specialty grocers and cheesemongers Truckle & Co has…

Foods and Stuffs Vol 26

After 28 years of trade Amigo’s has closed in North Hobart with tentative plans to relocate elsewhere. Burger Got Soul will be opening its fourth Tasmanian store at the site. Hole in the wall cafe Shotgun Coffee is opening in Murray St near the entrance to Cat and Fiddle. Koonya Garlic Festival on the 24th of February is…

Foods and Stuffs Vol 25

The team behind Me Wah have joined forces with Wrest Point to open Kwan Ho in the casino featuring a range of shared banquet style meals. Zum Cafe in Salamanca is now Solstice. Slow Food Hobart are holding their major fundraising event of their year on the 10th of December. Terra Madre Day is a Christmas celebration with…