20 July, 2023
LOW KEY FOOD
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all a great option here, you can't go wrong. They have a big courtyard out the front or nestle in front of the fire inside.
Our favourite pub in Hobart, it has a great wine list and the best chicken schnitty.
Good wines, delicious chippies and an excellent place to wait for your table to become available at Ogee.
This hatted restaurant focuses on using local, seasonal, and sustainable produce sourced from local growers and distributors.
Inside Stefano Lubiana's cellar door, Osteria Vista offers a degustation lunch beautifully paired with Stefano's wines (our favourite).
This small little restaurant is tucked away in the back streets of Hobart. They celebrate seasonal and locally sourced produce and minimal intervention wines from small producers.
This is our top recommendation! Located in New Norfolk, it's a big hall like building and the food is either picked and prepared from their garden on the grounds or sourced locally. If you can't get a booking, you can order food from their front kiosk and sit outside to enjoy.
WINE & SNACKS & DINNER
Natural wines and delicious snacks. Great for both a quick vino or a long boozy dinner.
Sonny is the best! They open at 4pm so get there early as it's walk-ins only. The food is amazing and Al the host will take you on quite the wine and music journey.
This is Sonny's second wine bar and it's just as good. You can't book so we would recommend going a little earlier. With food you can enjoy some starters or go all out and roll out feeling very full and content.
Owned by Stefano Lubiana, this little wine bar is family run with an extensive wine list and tasty snacks. You can also get takeaway wine.
This izakaya serves ramen for lunch and shared dishes for dinner. They have an excellent whiskey and beer menu.
Everyone has to go to Mona. Even if the art isn't your style, it's still a fun day out. Mona is only a 15 min drive from Provider House or a short ferry from Battery Point (which is our favourite way of getting there). You can drink wine from their vineyard (yes they have a vineyard on the grounds) while you are feeling the fresh Tassie air in your lungs.
Wine Tasting at Stefano Lubiana & Derwent Estate
Not far from Provider House, these two wineries are super close to one another and very fun to stop by the cellardoor for a tasting. Stefano Lubiana is a biodynamic winery and they make our favourite Pinot. Derwent Estate is a fun to stop by and eat lunch.
A trip to New Norfolk
Across the road from Provider House you will find the trails that lead up to New Town Falls. You can go as hard or soft as you like as there are multiple trails you can follow. This is such a beautiful thing to do while staying at Provider House.
This is a fun little day out to go on walks, eat oysters and hopefully see home penguins.