Day of the Dead Festival is an opportunity to showcase not only great live music and art but also the best of Tasmanian food, beer and wine. Latin cuisine takes centre stage this year thanks to these 6 stall holders taking part in the celebration.
Two heads are better than one!
The team bring to you the perfect mix of all-grain brewing experience, passion for perfection and most importantly beers that demand to be shared. Double Head Brewing and Chupacabra's love child - ChupaBeer will be celebrating its first birthday and will be on tap along with new festival beer - Roja! Other favourites on offer and spirits including Cuban rum, tequila and G+T’s!
Empanadas, ricas empanadas
Their menu, often seen at Salamanca and Twilight Markets, is packed full of authentic Chilean flavours. They serve three empanadas; a Palatable Pino (slow-cooked organic beef), Voluptuous Vegetariana (sauteed mushrooms & leek and caramelised onion), and Thrilling Three cheeses (mozzarella, cheddar and tasty). Que rico!
The flame of passion – and the passion for flame
The food culture of Argentina and her nearest neighbours. Frank offers a lively and unique Australian take on the culinary passions inspired by this magnificent region. Ceviche, Charcoal roasted pumpkins, crispy chicken wings with Red molé, Lamb and beef molé and spiced apple dumplings. Ay caramba!