Coronavirus Update: Please note that some venues may be closed in line with local government advice. Please check the venue's own website for the latest opening hours and information before making your journey. Stay safe and follow the local authority's guidance in order to minimise the risk of transmission of the virus. The capital city of Tasmania island. Hobart is home to Salamanca Place, old sandstone warehouses, galleries, cafes and a few gay bars. Flamingos offers two floors of fun and entertainment with DJ and live show.
Please refresh the and retry. A floating restaurant sounds like a throwback to the s. Think dim sum and party boats. Chef Arakane Ikuei ex-Taxi Restaurant, Melbourne has created a pan-Asian menu which is equal to the sublime views of the Derwent from this sleek dining room. There is a good representation of fresh Tasmanian seafood, such as salmon sashimi with salmon roe, and more substantial dishes like twice cooked pork belly with red wine vinegar and local honey.
Part of the award-winning Stillwater restaurant complex, this wine bar is a stylish place for a glass of Tasmanian pinot noir, a well-mixed cocktail or a tempting bar snack. On warm evenings you can sit out in the courtyard. This beautifully restored flour mill, dating from the s, has exquisite views over the Tamar River. Address: 2 Bridge Road, Launceston, Contact: 00 61 3 ; stillwater.
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If you only go to one Hobart nightspot, make it this one. The IXL Long Bar, which has a good cocktail list and plenty of draught beers, is a lively meeting place for city workers and visitors alike. For discount drinks, get here for Happy Hour, Monday to Friday, from 4pm. Expect sharp bar service, stunning harbour views and a good selection of beats. The bar also offers tasty small plates and live music at the weekends. Address: 25 Hunter Street, Hobart, Contact: 00 61 3 ; thehenryjones. Apart from the massive three-storey gallery, the property contains a microbrewery, boutique hotel, an award-winning restaurant and underground bar called Void.
Come here for a drink or a relaxed lunch.
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The tapas-style menu features seasonal Tasmanian produce, while the drinks list includes wine and beer produced at Moorilla Estate and its various offshoots. Try the Moorilla Estate Pinot Noir which has been produced here for 50 years. Afterwards, head indoors to the Void bar for a shot of absinthe. The original estate dates back to The distillery began production in and has since won numerous awards for its fine malt whiskies. The range includes a single malt whisky aged in American Oak Bourbon casks which was awarded The estate includes a restaurant, cellar door and distillery.
Tours operate daily between 11am and 3pm. Address: 54 Nant Lane, Bothwell, Contact: 00 61 3 ; nant.
Bill and his team make a small range of exquisite malt whiskies from Tasmanian ingredients, matured in small barrels and hand-bottled. The distillery also produces rum, vodka, gin, brandy and liqueur.
A guided tasting is a great introduction to the strong, Lark malt whisky catalogue. Address: 14 Davey Street, Hobart, Contact: 00 61 3 ; larkdistillery. The modern BrewHaus, which is part of the magnificent White Sands Estate on Iron House Point, is open for tastings and bottle sales daily, plus guided tours on Sundays. Iron House has a basic range of six beers, including pilsner, pale ale and porter — all made with local spring water.
This authentic s pub is more relaxed during the week. Drop in for a quiet lunch. This atmospheric pub has 14 draught beers on tap, many from boutique Tasmanian producers, plus a good range of Australian wines and ciders. Knopwoods has cocktail list and a special range of ature Bloody Marys for hangovers including Bloody Beer, Mad Mary and Flaming Mary you get the idea. The kitchen is open for lunch during the week and brunch from 10am to 3pm on Saturdays.
The menu features fine Tasmanian produce. Address: 39 Salamanca Place, Hobart, Contact: 00 61 3 ; knopwoods.
Well-worn and sweaty, this old boozer attracts a range of DJs and local and touring bands playing everything from cool jazz to blues and hip hop. This art deco style bar stocks over craft beers, with 10 on tap, plus the normal Cascade and Boags offerings. This is a great place to come in winter when the log fires are burning. Check the Facebook for upcoming gigs — there are performances seven nights a week. Since Preachers was launched by Hobart locals, Chris Cooper and Brett Allchin, to promote Tasmanian craft beer, the bar does not serve any mainstream options. Or order a couple of tasting plates and settle in for the night.
If the main bar is full, head out to the garden where you'll find a full-size bus, with plenty of seating. There are 14 beers on tap here, several from Tasmania, plus a of artisan ciders. This is the place to see local bands and hear traditional Irish folk music. The regular Saturday music sessions attract a good crowd.
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The pub does a brilliant and affordable lunch during the week. Address: 87 Bathurst St, Hobart, Contact: 00 61 3 ; newsydneyhotel. Re-opened inThe Winston is another shrine to craft beer. Apart from a fantastic selection of draught beer, the pub serves US-inspired food and is a venue for live music.
There are more in bottles. The Winston has also carved out a man-size reputation for its food, which is robust and very well priced. Expect to find delights such as smoky pulled beef brisket and Baltimore crab cakes. The bar snacks are equally enticing.
Come for the live music on Friday and Saturday nights. Address: Elizabeth Street, Hobart, Contact: 00 61 3 ; thewinstonbar. For anyone who wants to sample a wide range of boutique Australian wine in a single location, look no further than this relaxed little spot on Salamanca Place. Grape stocks an impressive labels, plus a good range of craft beers from far and wide — several on tap. Check out the blackboard specials for exotic wines and well-priced beers and ciders.
The bar also offers a well-considered cocktail list and a tasty range of share plates. The menu changes regularly.
The rustic space is ideal for winter evenings, but you can also sit outside on sunny days. One hundred years ago Tasmania was known as the Apple Island.
This modern cidery, just outside Devonport, opened its doors in and has since established a solid reputation for making hand-crafted ciders and perrys. The cidery is open daily for tastings and sales of cider, fresh juices and fruit. This is a great place to buy fresh Tasmanian cherries between mid-December and February each year. All of these products are made in the traditional style, using abundant local spring water.
The distiller cites the purity of the Tasmanian air as one of the reasons that these whiskies, gins and vodkas have won worldwide acclaim. This beautiful property makes a welcome stop for anyone visiting the nearby convict ruins at Port Arthur. Willing Bros. Wine Merchants proves that good things come in small packages.
The tiny shopfront seats only 35 people — a fraction of the of wines listed on its voluminous wine list. While small Tasmanian producers are well represented here, excellence rather than patriotism is the key criteria. French, Spanish and Italian wines dominate the list.
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By comparison the food offering is pretty modest; just a few light snacks to tide you over between sips of wine. The bar also stocks some local craft beers for non-wine drinkers. More Telegraph Travel expert guides. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.
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