Jack Greene

Jack Greene stands out among the hip wine bars on the Salamanca strip. They’ve nailed ambience. The design is all dark timber, dim lights and...

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Westend Pumphouse

Survival instinct. The Westend Pumphouse has it in spades. In its half a dozen or so years it’s had as many make overs. It doesn’t enjoy the most salubrious of floor plans but you gotta work with what the Lord’s given you girlfriend. And so they do. Their current...

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Rude Boy

A Mongolian restaurant. Now that would be food from about as far away from Hobart as you could get. Greenland maybe? Yak, horse, reindeer,...

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Ettie’s

What’s not to love about locally sourced food prepared in a European-style, a casual but stylish space and great service? Nothing right? So get...

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Street Eats @ Franko

Food vendors surrounding the fountain, tables made from roadwork signs scattered under the leafy trees, the grassy slope filled with people enjoying their food and...

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The Brick Factory

The Brick Factory is a great addition to the Salamanca experience with its casual and fun feel. The stand out for me are their Prawn Popcorn...

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Sons of Baja Take II

Just think of a laughing sheep. Baa ha. Sons of. You’ve got it. Sons of Baja have taken their place on the NoHo food...

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The Homestead

The Homestead conjures images of a rambling farm house, rocking chair on the veranda, surrounded by lush pasture. The Homestead is now one of Hobart’s...

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