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“Hobart's most historic precinct. It is just back from the waterfront and consists of rows of sandstone buildings, formerly warehouses for the port of Hobart Town, that have since been converted into restaurants, galleries, craft shops and offices.”
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“Delicious local steaks and seafood, with friendly service and a great wine list. Try the coffee rubbed steak”
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Steakhouse
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“The iconic and original steak place in Hobart and one of Salamanca's first restaurants, back when it was just warehouses. Not overly cheap but well worth it for a great steak in fairly informal atmosphere.”
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Restaurant
“Blue eye trevalla is Tasmania's premiere eating fish and nice too. Do not mix up with trevallY which is not. Terrific seafood restaurant in Salamanca. Recommended. Ask about $1 kids meals. ”
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Bar
“Get here early or book a spot on Facebook. Secret Rum Bar with max of 20 guests at a time - knock on the door in the alleyway for entry. Only open until 11 pm.”
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General Entertainment
“A trip to Hobart wouldn't be complete without it! Fantastic shopping (all unique and small artisan shops), restaurants, exhibition spaces and Tasmanian gallery spaces. The iconic Salamanca market is also on Saturday mornings from 8am - 2pm.”
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Establishment
“Sell the work of some of the best printmakers in Tasmania - and at reasonable prices.”
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Pizza Place
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“Best authentic Italian pizza & other wood fires delights in Hobart. (25 mins walk or about $10 by Uber)”
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Restaurant
“A very fun sushi train experience, where you order your food via a computer at your table, and it is delivered straight to you via the train. The food is pretty good, and the atmosphere is great. Kids love it.”
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Art Gallery
“A great gallery on Salamanca specializing in local contemporary work. Wonderful space and a friendly owner. ”
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Restaurant
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Store
“Lucy is the owner of this fabulous store. Awarded the 'best' small business in Australia recently, Lucy travelled to Milan to be awarded her prize. Lucy has an amazing array of gifts and products. Clothes, jewellery, gifts, linens to name a few. The beautiful french linen sheets in 104 On the Park, luxurious towels, bedside tables, lamps and more... come from LUC. So many of my guests have purchased the same bed-linen after their stay experience. ”
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Point of Interest
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Route
“See Nanny Goat Lane - Kelly's Steps are a quick and interesting (but steep) pedestrian access between Battery Point and Salamanca Place”
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Festival
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