Foods and Stuffs Vol 24

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. The Italian Pantry is hosting a dinner on the 14th of October to raise funds to help Ethiopians access…

Foods and Stuffs Vol 23

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…

Preview : Brother Mine

I count myself lucky to be one of the first to stumble across the original Crumb Street Kitchen, a tiny BBQ joint situated in urban wilderness. Zac Shearer and his partner Sian King were in there serving up a small menu of smoked meats and sides in pizza boxes surrounded by eclectic decor. The food…

Foods and Stuffs Vol 22

The Islington Hotel is opening their restaurant for a limited time to the general public. Running July and August from Thursday to Saturday the evenings will feature a tour of the award winning hotel before dinner. For more info phone 6220 2123 or email reservations@islingtonhotel.com Cafe Tehran has opened in the Hobart Mall. 24th of July is World…

Preview : Mr Good Guy

The recent explosion of world class restaurants in Hobart is set to continue with an exciting new eatery opening soon. We were given a preview by Executive Chef Andy Third. The venue is starting to look like somewhere you’d like to eat but there’s still a way to go. As we chat deliveries arrive of…

Collaborations : Dark Mofo and City of Hobart Winter Feast

During the coldest month each year a great feast is held to draw the people from their homes, to celebrate the season with fire and dancing. Thousands gather around the flames to reunite or make new friends with an array of beverages in hands. Teams of chefs from throughout the country work over coals hauling…

Foods and Stuffs Vol 20

A bumper volume as it’s Yippee Pie Yay’s 2nd birthday! Knuckle Sandwich are popping up again, this time at Room for a Pony on Sunday the 28th of May from 4:30pm, with three new sandwiches on offer. Tasmanian Tea Company are opening its new tea house and art gallery in Cygnet on the 28th of May. The…

Foods and Stuffs Vol 19

Hellfire Bluff Distillery are celebrating their first birthday this Saturday 13th of May at Society in Salamanca with a range of Hellfire cocktails and surprises in store. Mako Seafoods in North Hobart has closed down. Hearth are opening for lunch on Mothers Day and still have some tables available. Munchies Street Food are popping up at Coal Valley Cider on…

Foods and Stuffs Vol 18

Franklin are presenting a very special dinner on the 28th of May to raise funds in support of mental health through the Menzies Institute. Tickets are $200 for a set menu with matched wines presented by David Moyle and Lilly Trewartha. Richard and Julian Hensens, formerly of The Republic Bar, are opening Bar Wa Izakaya just down the…

Foods and Stuffs Vol 17

Hobart Brewing Company celebrates its first birthday this Friday the 17th with live music, food trucks and 9 beers on tap from 4pm. Anatolia in North Hobart is closed indefinitely for renovations. Sustainable Living Tasmania presents its 7th annual Living Local Feast on the 1st of April at Hamlet. The evening features a menu by Cameron Perry…

Foods and Stuffs Vol 16

The Amorik Whisky Tour lands in Hobart on the 4th of March featuring the Exclusive 10 YO Sauternes release with David Roussier, GM of Armorik Single Malt, travelling from Brittany, France for this special occasion. Tickets for this exciting event are available here. Urban Greek is once again opening for lunches on Fridays and Sundays. Society – Salamanca is hosting…

Wooden Boat Festival 2017

An abundance of great food can be found on Hobart’s waterfront this weekend to enjoy amongst the historic ships. Here are some of the highlights but there’s also plenty more including a lot of options for the kids. The festival runs until the 13th of February and entry is free. If you’re one of the…