Everyone needs a ticket to visit the museum—even if you're Tasmanian. Bookings essential.

FARO: HOBART’S SECOND-BEST REVOLVING RESTAURANT

Lunch

Friday–Monday, from 12pm

Dinner

Friday–Sunday, from 6pm

Faro is to restaurants what Mona is to museums. So prepare for something a bit different—the fanciest food, an immersive musical performance that can’t be unseen, and an entirely revolved theme every few months.

Currently serving: El Culto de Espanã. Steel yourself for flamenco dancing, duelling guitars, wild-eyed brides, and one heck of an Iberian feast. Very Espanã, a little bit cult.

El culto de España will only be running February–July, then we’re onto our next revolution/theme/extravaganza.

Please email bookings@mona.net.au to arrange a group booking of more than 8 people.

Bookings available 28 days in advance.

Bookings do not include entry to the museum. You'll probably be too busy eating, anyway.

Faro—as a dining experience—does contain more noisy, mostly harmless fun than your average meal out. For more information and nitty-gritty stuff about Faro, see here.