Ettie’s, Hobart CBD

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HOBART | Ettie’s is a wine bar and bottle shop in central Hobart, that does succeeds where many fail – that it, it sets out to achieve a lot, and nails all of the diverse aspects of its offering. The venue is owned by Carl Windsor and James Kingston of Willing Bros, and as expected the drinks list is impressive, with a range of styles and prices espousing quality and affordability at all price levels.

The front of the venue is a bottle shop and small wine bar, with numerous quality wines, beers and spirits from Tasmania, the rest of Australia, and further abroad. Behind this are two distinct, casual dining spaces, and to the side an outdoor courtyard. It’s a series of relaxed spaces, with high ceilings, couches, whites, wood and brick creating something that’s not trying to be on trend, but rather nice and timeless.

In the wine bar, it’s a small menu of things like olives, cheese, terrine, and pate, while the restaurant proper serves a full menu of simple, seasonal, produce drive, modern Australian dishes. Octopus, white beans and ‘nduja vinaigrette, Porterhouse steak frites, soft polenta and mushroom ragu, and sardine escabeche are the sort of things you can expect to find on the menu. Staff are friendly and knowledgeable, and adept at helping you find the right wine or beer to pair with your selection.

Ettie’s

100 Elizabeth Street
Hobart
Tasmania 7000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 6231 1165
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Sat: 10:30am to 11:00pm

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