We’re currently updating servers and upgrading our website. Joy! Because we have such a huge article archive, it’s taking a LONG time. This fellow from the Drunken Admiral was a healthy teenage boy when we started. True!
Hobart Seafood Restaurant: Drunken Admiral
We’ve engaged a professional webmaster, and he’s diligently working towards increased speeds and optimised reach, as well as making everything neat, pretty and user-friendly.
To compound the headaches, we’ve just bought new computer and camera equipment, and we’re transferring files and doing all those computery back-ups and wotnot. It is tedious, but the end game will make this process all worthwhile.
We’ll soon be more portable. We’ll be able to bash out articles (with photos to boot) from anywhere in the state, and Think Tasmania will be so impressive! Social media will be a breeze too. Oh yeah!
So while you wait patiently (thank you!) for us to get our act back together, please enjoy these photos, taken during a night at the Drunken Admiral seafood restaurant in Hobart. They’re much more interesting than photos of team Think Tasmania pulling their hair out.
We love the Drunken Admiral. It’s one of our go-to places for a celebratory dinner, and we’ve had good reason to return just lately. We’ll let you know the exciting news as soon as we can.
We’ve mentioned one of our favourite dishes on Facebook before, the seafood chowder. That post got lots of traction, with readers united in their mutual love for the Drunken Admiral version of a popular Tasmanian staple. We do eat a range of delicious seafood from the extensive menu (as you can see from today’s photos) but someone always has a bowl of chowder and everyone at the table gets a taste.
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