HOT OFF THE PRESS DECEMBER 2020
What’s happening on the Food Scene in Northern Tasmania
Vegan Garage has opened at Trotter’s Lane, Prospect, Tasmania. The owners intend to bring a whole vegan experience to their new café & store, their intention being to service the vegan community and introduce their food to all and sundry.
After Marjories @ Woolmers closed down, a new diner has popped up on the premises, simply named Homage Restaurant.
Salt on Tamar has moved in to the space that was ‘Kero’s Fish & Chips Shop’, in Riverside. They’re offering a takeaway menu of fish, chips, burgers, drinks & more and promise the same, friendly family business that its forebears were.
Hallams is re-opening from 16 December 2020. With new owners, Ralph & Susanne Norton, the restaurant has been refurbished, extended with a deck and a general freshening up.
A new Food Truck has its debut event on Sunday 06 December 2020.
Hula Food Truck is the little sister of Sailor Food Truck, and as we approach summer, Hula is offering up some summer flair with their refreshing slushies & more.
HOT OFF THE PRESS NOVEMBER 2020
GOODBYE CALABRISELLA HELLO OSTERIA
A new Italian restaurant has opened in Calabrisella’s former building in Wellington Street.
Lloyd’s Hotel has been renovated, refurbished and refreshed AND reopened as the Sports Garden Bar & Kitchen.
HOOLEY DOOLEY – SMOKEY JOE’S IS NO MORE
What a shock! The ever popular Smokey Joe’s Creole Café Restaurant has apparently ceased trading. This will leave a huge gap in Launceston’s food scene with those who love their ribs & South American tucker!
THE CHARLES ST. PANTRY RENAMED THE PANTRY