Break bread, drink and gather in the garden, hidden in plain sight. Enjoy delicious food from our local kitchen collaborators, and drinks from all over this fine island. The mainland, too. The menu and produce change with the seasons, which is great news for you: you’ll have to keep coming back for more.
We don’t take bookings for 10 people or less; walk-ins only. See Functions for more information.
Pan-Asian cuisine from Leng and Ian who used to run MYU Easy Bites, a Malaysian hole-in-the-wall restaurant in New Town with a cult following.
Artisanal cheeses and hand-crafted beers made on Bruny Island accompanied by rare breed beef and pork from their organic farm in Glen Huon.
Venture down from the Garden and into the Cathedral, our unholy beer garden and live music venue. The 18-metre tall structure shelters our meeting ground for garden gatherings.
Wednesday + Thursday, 4pm till late
Friday–Sunday, 12pm till late.
Our Sunday special where we serve up a rotating mix of delicious, communal fare. The menu changes every week—come sample the latest offering.
Every Sunday from 11am until sold out.
The Garden is your local stop for a boutique brew—whether you prefer it black as midnight on a moonless night, or just damn good and hot.
Wednesday–Sunday from 10.30am.
Christmas parties, long-table lunches, big (and small) birthdays and corporate events; we cater for all sorts of gatherings, from casual group bookings to large-scale functions.
We don’t take bookings for 10 people or less; walk-ins only. Submit a booking enquiry below.
Download our Information Pack for more information about our venues. Please note that due to current restrictions, our functions capacities are limited.
Encompassing nearly an entire city block in the centre of Hobart, In The Hanging Garden is a live music and cultural precinct, featuring music venues and an extensive tiered beer garden with kitchens and bars.
We cater for all sorts of gatherings, from casual group bookings to large-scale functions. See Functions for more information.
112 Murray Street, Hobart
Wednesday–Sunday, 11am till late