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About us

Dier Makr (pronounced die-er make-er), opened December 2016, is an intimate bistro and wine bar in the heart of Hobart’s CBD. We offer everything from after-work drinks, to an evening with friends or family, or creative house cocktails to a take-away bottle of wine from our uniquely stocked cellar. With a $65 per person tasting menu, we focus on local, fresh and seasonal ingredients, working proudly with Tasmanian producers to ensure only the best quality creations end up on your plate. Alternatively, bar snacks are also available if you just feel like grazing.

Dier Makr’s wine list - available by the glass or bottle - centres on wines produced with minimal intervention by the winemakers. With small amounts, to zero added chemicals, most of our wines are produced in vineyards that employ organic and/or biodynamic vinification practises.

All of our wines are available in house or retail from our walk-in wine cellar, where you will find our knowledgable staff ready to assist in making the perfect selection for you.

We also have a strong focus on cocktails. Our expert bartender is passionate about using fresh, local ingredients to create our own range of house cocktails, as well as offering classics of the finest quality. Using house-made syrups and infusions, and hand cut ice, he works closely with the kitchen to create cocktails that work in harmony with our food - as our cocktails are just as important to who we are as the food and wine that we serve.

We look forward to welcoming you into our home soon.

 

Opening Hours:

Wednesday - Saturday open from 5pm until late

Friday and Saturdays:
First Sitting 6pm
Second Sitting 8.30pm

Casual Sundays* 5pm - 10pm

*On Sundays we shake things up a bit, creating a fun, share-plate style à la carté menu by combining the highlights of our current degustation and bar snacks menus, plus a few extra specials. If you would like to experience the degustation menu, please join us from Wednesday to Saturday.

 

 

 

Location:

123 Collins Street, Hobart, Tasmania