Lizzie and Lefroy

349 Elizabeth Street has had a facelift. After a serious refurb, North Hobart’s fish and chips stalwart has been given a new life. Looking...

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Okonomiyaki Festival

Bar Wa Izakaya is very special mid-town eatery. Self-described as where the best of Hobart and Tokyo meets, this Japanese gastro-pub has got it...

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Phat Fish

Sometimes you just fancy fish and chips right? The Vietnamese Kitchen in Salamanca was an institution and when it closed its doors I admit...

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Maylands Lodge

In an unassuming New Town street lies a gentle giant of an edifice. After a massive two-year long restoration, Maylands, the colonial mansion, former...

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Malik

A restauranteur who opens under a name meaning ‘King’ has got some guts. If Urban Dictionary is anything to go by you can add...

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Berta in the City

Writing the hit ‘Adore’, Amy Shark contemplated semantic saturation. Was the word ‘love’ so overused that it had lost its meaning? And was love...

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The Brunswick Hotel

The ‘super-schnitzel’ was the initial driving force behind The Brunswick Hotel’s popularity. The Two Girls reviewed the pub in one of our first blog...

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Fern Tree Tavern

Fern Tree Tavern is the local in the middle of Green’s heartland. The tavern is as entrenched in the community as the its political...

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