Summer time in Hobart… awesome time; awesome city. We had a fun-filled holiday at home over the festive season. But we really need to get back into our regular routine. Soon. It’s almost Australia Day! We are about to resume hosting duties for international visitors, and once that’s organised… we’ll be back here, writing and publishing articles as always.
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Following, find some of our social media snaps, taken and shared during summer time in Hobart.
We had a late breakfast (as you do on holidays!) at Born in Brunswick, North Hobart. Really enjoyed everything about the experience.
Summer time in Hobart means… seafood, yes? We lunched on this delicious salad at Tasmania Golf Club (near Barilla Bay Oysters). Prawns, we know… not exactly Tasmanian. But everything (and especially the squid) was fresh and tasty and we want more!
One of the most remarkable places we visited, was Stefano Lubiana Wines. The Osteria at Granton is breathtakingly gorgeous and the wines are well-worthy of a tasting. It’s just north of Hobart en-route to New Norfolk, too.
At the risk of sharing too many photos of food (is there such a thing?) we also ate at Czeg’s Cafe during a trip to Richmond. It was the first time, but definitely will not be the last time we eat there.
After a lengthy break from attending Hobart’s premier food festival, we booked a table at Taste of Tasmania. Best. Idea. Ever. Next year we’ll go again, and more than once. We’ll eat, drink and be merry. Happy Summer!
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