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smolt

smolt, Battery Point

March 31, 2013

Back so soon, well yes and no. After our great evening on the Friday our waiter suggested we should come back in the morning for breakfast. We had already decided on Machine Laundry Cafe for the Saturday morning but beyond that we were open to suggestions for anything open on the Easter long weekend. Sunday […]

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Garagistes

Garagistes, Hobart (Closed)

March 30, 2013

From the moment we decided on hitting up Tasmania social media was our beacon, the best way to find out what the must visit places in Hobart are. There were a LOT of cafĂ© suggestions, I think we need to head back for a week just to check them all out. Besides cafes there were […]

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Get Shucked

Get Shucked, Bruny Island

March 30, 2013

Get Shucked is a locally owned and operated company on Bruny Island. In 2004 Joe Bennett and his partner purchased the farm and have since turned it into a well known business. From October to May they’re open 10-5pm, 7 days a week. From June to September they’re open 10-4pm, Monday to Friday. Shucked oysters […]

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Bruny Island Premium Wines

Bruny Island Premium Wines, Bruny Island

March 30, 2013

At the last minute we decided to rent a car for our stay in Hobart which meant a road trip to Bruny Island was in order. Bruny Island is a small island off the south-east coast of Tasmania. It comprises North Bruny and South Bruny which are connected by a narrow isthmus. 100 kilometres in […]

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Machine Laundry Cafe

Machine Laundry Cafe, Battery Point

March 30, 2013

After our pretty massive feed at smolt the evening before we were ready the next morning to continue eating our way through Hobart. Next on the list was the highly recommended Machine Laundry Cafe. Situated in the eastern corner of Salamanca Square and as we approached we could see it was reamed. The Easter Long […]

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smolt

smolt, Battery Point

March 29, 2013

Planning our trip to Hobart the first thing we did was ask for restaurant recommendations. smolt was a name that popped up a number of times and dinner was booked in well in advance of our trip. smolt, meaning baby salmon, is a partnership between Kif Weber and Scott McMurray, owners of Tasmania’s largest salmon […]

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Tavern 42 Degrees South

Tavern 42 Degrees South, Hobart

March 29, 2013

We finally made it to Hobart. Late last year Mr O suggested we fly to Hobart for the Easter long weekend and surprisingly we all agreed within minutes. Flights were booked on New Year’s Eve between a few caprioska and negroni pre-drinks before our dinner at Bishop Sessa. We instantly knew there was an epic […]

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