Has Hobart overtaken everywhere else in the world as coffee capital?
It doesn’t matter where you are anymore, you’ll find a coffee place on pretty much every corner.
The wrapping paper is finally off the windows and on the corner of Collins and Murray Streets, vilicia coffee has emerged.
With glass frontage on both street faces, this is a café to see and be seen.
Open around a month now, viliciana’s proprietors are café newbies, Vivi and Alesha, and they are most welcome.
They’ve created a funky space, low pine tables and white wire seating, duck eggshell blue crockery, yellow cupboards, Top 40 tunes and a good vibe.
They’re adding value to Hobart’s coffee scene.
They’ve brought Wursthaus Kitchen salads (Salamanca) and Brezel Backerei rolls, pastries and pretzels (Sandy Bay) to town.
The coffee comes from Code Black in Melbourne.
The Lovely Deputy and I had our regular soy lattes (extra 50 cents for soy milk) and shared a crusty baguette with three of my favourite foods: pesto, chicken and avocado for $17.
Find them at shop 3/ 39 Murray Street, Hobart (corner of Collins Street).
They’re open Monday – Friday 6.30 am – 5.00 pm and Saturday 8.00 am - 2.30 pm.
Find them on Facebook here.
Other coffee hubs in the CBD we’ve blogged about:
And Wursthaus Kitchen and The Brezel Backerei if you don’t know them.