When you’re visiting a new area, it’s always nice to stop and check or make plans for the day over a good coffee. Here are some suggestions to get you started.
Belle's Tea Rooms, George Town
Belles Tearooms are located in historical Ladysmith House, 1 Macquarie Street, George Town.
Tamar Valley Foods, Beaconsfield
Jim has the very best coffee and for that matter coffee machine as well! Also famous for their Luce teas, Jim stocks Ritual coffee,the finest goods from Tasmanian micro breweries, vineyards and wineries are available as well as a broad range of local jams, sauces, relishes, honey, sweets, ciders, coffee and fragrant herbal teas.
Located at 60A Weld St, Beaconsfield.Visit their website
Exeter Bakery, Exeter
What started out as a large bakers oven with a counter in front of it has now morphed into a cafe and dining area. The usual baked good abound but they also offer good coffee, rolls, sandwiches and the all important pastry cabinet with buttery bikkies, cream filled delights and chocolate covered heaven.
Located at 104 Main Rd, Exeter.
Carbones, Beauty Point
Great views and a great menu – it offers Tassie beers and wines with local fish, risotto, upmarket souvlaki, burgers and the usual cafe/restaurant offerings.
Located at 225 Flinders St, Beauty Point.
High-end wine meets high-end food. Ex-Olympian/Tour De France/Giro d’Italia cyclist Micheal and renowned artist Mary offer art, food and wine in the contemporary and welcoming Barrel Room Cafe. They offer wood fired pizza of the gourmet kind and more importantly also offer such fantastic menu items as fire roasted quail on gorgonzola dolce and prosciutto di San Daniele.
Located 755 West Tamar Highway, Legana.Visit their website
Pilot Station Cafe, Low Head
Built in 1847, the cafe overlooks the beach, Tamar River and historical Low Head precinct making it a delightful setting for delicious homemade goodies or a glass of wine.
Located at the Pilot Station and Maritime Museum complex, Low Head.Visit their website