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Foodie hub is going Greek

Hobart’s one-time foodie sensation, Garagistes, is to reopen in November as a modern Greek cafe and restaurant, Urban Greek. The Hobart-based Kakkos family and chef Pavlos Zacharoudakis share a Cretan background and promise to use local produce to prepare traditional food from Crete. They say Urban Greek will be unlike anything Hobart has seen. It will open early for coffee and breakfasts and stay open late for dinners.

2 September 2015

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