Hot New Trend of ‘Garage Food’ Hits Australia

With sleek eateries around the nation taking up residence in disused garages, ‘Garage Food’ is fast becoming the new foodie trend of 2011.

Transforming uninspiring spaces into buzzing food havens, Garagistes in Hobart, Leura Garage in the Blue Mountains and Hobba Coffee & Kitchen in Prahran are leading the way with their popular eateries.

These garage kitchens happen to be in gay-friendly neighborhoods, with Rainbow Tourism places to stay if you intentionally or unintentionally over indulge in the superb wines and creative culinary match ups.

Gay and lesbian foodies and wine lovers have been spotted gathering in all 3 places, including the Rainbow Tourism Concierge currently tasting her way around Tasmania.  Surprisingly, there is just one Tasmanian winemaker featured on Garagisters’ wine list, despite the state’s many award-winning beer, wine and whiskey makers.

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