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Gourmet tacos such as jerk fried chicken, with iceberg lettuce, spicy jerk mayo, grilled pineapple salsa and freshly sliced chilli.
Mexican street food and good booze are what have Hobart foodies raving over Grinners Dive Bar on Elizabeth Street in the heart of the city. Chill out with a cocktail and unwind from the hustle and bustle outside in eclectic surrounds of a cattle skull, walls covered with stickers and posters, along with live music to keep the toes tapping and dishes to appease all tastes. Pair a blood orange Margarita with grazing plates like charred corn with lime crema and smoked paprika or housemade chorizo, corn and cheese empanadas; before gourmet tacos such as beer-braised pulled brisket, pickled slaw and garlic mayo. Say arriba to larger plates like a pulled pork Mexican bowl, with brown rice, chilli beans, corn, slaw, sour cream, guacamole, salsa verde and tortilla chips, enjoyed with a Shiraz.
132-134 Elizabeth Street, Hobart CBD 7000 TAS - See Map
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A well-balanced diet is a taco in each hand…so make sure your hands are full come Wednesday, October 4 as we celebrate all things Mexican, on National Taco Day....
You know the drill…it’s Friday afternoon and time to relax after a long and stressful work week. Welcome to our Cocktail of the Week series, where each Friday we will highlight a cheeky creation to ta...
The first time I travelled to Mexico was as a camping trip down the Baja Peninsula from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas…no mean feat when you are living out of a car and two-person tent! Back then, a bottle...
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