HOT OFF THE PRESS 2018
Hot off the Press – 24 December 2018
Launceston’s Wursthaus Kitchen, in the Quadrant Mall, has shut up shop, leaving its sister store in Hobart as the sole Wursthaus storefront.
Hot off the Press – 10 December 2018
Opening on 12 December @ the old Townsend’s Bakery site, 55 George St., downtown Launceston.
Canadian Poutinerie – serving traditional Poutine and unique Loaded Fries using hand-cut local potato’s, fresh cheese curds and slow cooked meats.
MERINO’S @ WOOLMERS ESTATE RENAMED Marjories
Opened recently in the brand new Nigel Peck Centre on Woolmer’s Estate – the shortly lived name of Merino’s has been renamed “Marjories” in tribute to Marjorie Archer.
From Merino’s Facebook page: “We have chosen to celebrate and honour Marjorie Archer’s vibrant contribution to Woolmers Estate by naming the restaurant after Marjorie.
Marjorie is fondly remembered as possessing a lively and endearing personality, a wonderful sense of humour and a gracious flamboyant style. She adored time spent alongside her spaniel dog in the estate’s gardens and was a true traditionalist and took much delight in entertaining friends and distinguished guests visiting Woolmers.”
The Café & Restaurant will also serve as a function & wedding venue, managed by Karen Burbury (Cataract on Paterson), with Chris Williams heading the Culinary Team.
HOT OFF THE PRESS NOVEMBER 2018
Sad News Announced on Facebook:
Delicacy Launceston “It’s with disappointment that we advise Delicacy will close our doors permanently this Friday at 5pm due to a combination of circumstances outside our control.
Thank you to our team who we’ll miss working alongside each day and of course to all of you for your custom over the years.
We’ve truly enjoyed serving you all.
All stock must be sold by Friday at 5pm.”