Best Coffee Stops on Your Trip to Hobart
So you’ve spent the last few days sampling wine, beer and food at Festivale, and now it’s time to head from Launceston to Hobart. We can’t have you feeling peckish on the way! Check out these beloved refreshment stops along the way for some of the state’s best coffee and tasty treats.
Ingleside Bakery Café in Evandale
Ingleside Bakery Café is set in a glorious 1867 building and offers strong coffee and generous wedges of delicious home-style cake. Relax in the leafy courtyard, then explore the antique stores along Evandale’s historic streets.
Ut Si in Perth
Ut Si serves up breakfasts and lunches incorporating local sourdough bread along with baked goodies that would give Grandma a run for her money. Think tasty tarts and cakes using seasonal fruit, served in a cute church setting.
JJs Bakery in Longford
Detour to JJ’s Bakery and join the line of Longfordlocals picking up their freshly baked bread and morning coffees. The team makes a seriously good quiche here, as well as tempting wood-fired pizzas on weekends.
Rustic Bakehouse in Cressy
It’s worth going off the beaten track to find Rustic Bakehouse in Cressy. Stop in at this little hidden treasure for locally roasted coffee, gourmet pies and what’s said to be the best vanilla slice in the area.
Zeps in Campbell Town
It’s only natural to drop in at Zeps as you travel through Campbell Town for a flat white and a fancy French pastry. Dine in the café itself for lunch, or cross the road and soak up some sun at the park and playground there.
Bakery 31 in Ross
Step into Bakery 31 and stave off any remaining hunger with a famous Tasmanian scallop pie and a cuppa, before checking out Ross’s sandstone bridge and continuing further south to Hobart.
Itinerary suggestions are provided by Tourism Northern Tasmania, and represent only a small selection of a diverse array of experiences to be found across our part of this fantastic state, Tasmania.
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