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Pier one, Brooke St, Hobart TAS 7000

‘Located on top of the floating Brooke Street Pier, the terminal for ferries to MONA, Aløft has spectacular, sparkling views of the Derwent River that add excitement to the understated glamour of Nordic-style blond-wood interiors under a peaked roof. The focus is on meticulously sourced local ingredients in clever Asian-accented dishes.’ Gourmet Traveller

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98 Patrick St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

A 20 seat restaurant with small communal tables where you start eating with strangers and finish the meal as friends. There are other limited seating options, but a communal table is the way to go.

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123 Collins St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

Boutique, degustation focussed restaurant and wine bar. Fresh, seasonal ingredients that rely on Tasmanian producers. Fabulous wines in their cellar. They offer everything from after-work drinks, to an evening with friends or a take-away bottle of wine from their uniquely stocked cellar. Reservations required for seating.

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11a The Avenue, New Norfolk TAS 7140, Australia

If you want to go for a drive, 35 minutes away in New Norfolk you will find this highly recommended restaurant using quality paddock to plate ingredients. Located in what was once the town’s old metal asylum.

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655 Main Road, Berriedale Tasmania, Australia

MoMa is an al fresco extravaganza of music and food, art and performance, science and craft (of the non-naff variety). A glamorous, roaming collision of high and low art. Brought to you by Kirsha Kaechele and her posse of wondrous winged monkeys. Usually on Sundays in the Summer months.

 

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17 Beach Road, Sandy Bay TAS, Australia

Hobart’s dog friendly Friday night destination showcasing a superb selection of Tasmanian eats, drinks, design and music, located at Long Beach Sandy Bay less than 10 minutes journey from the Hobart CBD. Please check their Facebook Events page for dates and times.

 

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Franklin Square, 70 Macquarie Street, Hobart Tasmania 7000, Australia

Hobart’s hyperactive street food night market! Brought to you by the creators of Hobart’s much-loved Farm Gate Market. Street Eats at Franko is a summer market centred upon tasting food and beverages from the greater Hobart region. This market runs every Friday from November until April and is a perfect way to end the week. They serve Tasmanian craft beers and ciders, Tasmanian street foods, and have an abundance of space to sit down on picnic mats and enjoy local live music.

Every Friday | 4.30pm – 9.00pm | November 3 – April 27

 

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104 Bathurst Street, Hobart TAS, Australia

Every Sunday, come rain, hail or shine, a busy street in the heart of Hobart transforms into a bustling farmers’ market. It’s all about Tasmanian produce and getting to know your farmer, and it always has been.
Farm Gate Market operates every Sunday on Bathurst St (street market) between Murray + Elizabeth Streets from 8.30am – 1.00pm.
Trade begins with the ringing of the farm bell!

 

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Salamanca Place, Battery Point TAS, Australia

Hobart’s major waterfront celebration of Tasmanian food and drink takes place from 28 December until 3 January every year.

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Salamanca Place, Battery Point TAS, Australia

Dark MOFO is an annual event organised and sponsored by MONA and Hobart City Council. The event transpires all over the CBD and surrounding areas but is concentrated in the city. It features light shows and awe-inspiring displays of artwork, normally thought provoking. As well as this, it features acts and gigs by various artists and a two-weekend long feast on Macquarie Point. The event attracts 500,000 people to Tasmania and for good reason. If you’re in Hobart during Dark Mofo, it is a must do event.

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