A hidden gem plating up farm-fresh produce and bakery perfection. You have to go out of your way to get to Pigeon Hole. The little café, a good 15-minute walk from the centre of Hobart, is in an old shop with a burnished brick façade and aged stainless steel window and door. It is also one of the best little places to eat paddock-to-plate food in the nation. Pigeon Hole Café is owned by farmers Richard and Belinda Weston who showcase their excellent produce through the café’s small menu. Take […]

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