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Eats of Charles Street

An epicurean hub of Launnie.

About mid-way along Charles Street in Launceston's centre is a string of epicurean attractions to tempt the seasoned gastronome or casual foodie.

Each eatery offers an individual spin on produce sourced fresh from around the region.

Havilah wine bar is a place to stop for a glass of Tamar Valley vino and piece of cheese or settle in for an evening of tailored drops and dishes.

Nearby, opposite Princes Square you will find Du Cane Brewery & Dining Hall - Launceston’s first brewpub designed for locals, families, bushwalkers, and outdoor adventurers to gather and celebrate the character and culture of Tasmania’s outdoors tradition.

If you enjoy Asian fusion, try the big, hugely satisfying flavours of Monsoon or Buddha Thai - both offer takeaway, too.

Over the road from these restaurants is Prince's Square, a locally-loved green space featuring a fountain with a most fortuitous story and beds of colour.

Further south along Charles Street are brunch hot spots Mondello and Elaia cafes, as well as the Sporties pub for a parmi or Burger Got Soul for takeaways.

Coffee is never far away, either - try Prince's Square Café or Aroma's.

If you'd prefer to cook your own, stop by the Charles Street Green Grocer and Landfall butcher for backyard-fresh morsels. Supermarkets and boutique shopping such as Ecoco aren't far away, either.

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