An artist's impression of what Tapas de Vino will look from the outside.
An artist's impression of what Tapas de Vino will look from the outside.

WHAT YOU SAID: Excitement brews for Tannum's tapas bar

THERE is plenty of excitement surrounding the opening of a tapas bar in Tannum Sands.

Local man Peter Hagan hopes to open Tapas de Vino, at the corner of Pacific Ave and Ocean St by September.

The bar will have a range of Spanish inspired tapas and will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner most days. 

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Mr Hagan said eventually he hoped to have a Sunday session, with live jazz music.

The Observer asked its social networkers what they thought of the new eatery, and most were enthusiastic.

In good news for local tastebuds, a tapas bar is set to open at Tannum Sands. More here: http://ow.ly/QoGDR

Posted by The Observer on Sunday, 2 August 2015

 

Lorraine Givney: Liking this - walking distance from home.

Paula Molloy: Good luck guys, we'll be there!

Debra Walker: Good on you Peter ! Can't wait

Rachel Jane Sippel: Finally! Exciting Tannum has been waiting!!

Mandy Green: About time.

Carol Collins: Fantastic news for Tannum and Boyne

Dianne Doyle: Woo hoo:)



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