Pack a picnic and enjoy new opera renditions of Puccini, Mozart and Strauss outdoors at the Maynardville Open-air ...
Just 30 mins from town, a view to die for, awesome vibe and food worth talking about, eaten on a surfboard with your feet in the water
It’s not every day tourists teach us something new about Cape Town. It happens, though. moyo Blouberg at Eden on The Bay might just be the city’s best worst-kept secret. It’s packed with tourists from all over, every day. And they come for many good reasons.
Think crocodile tail pie with chilli pineapple salsa and a Mozambican rum and raspberry cocktail, followed by beetroot velvet cheesecake. And you’re eating it in the shade, on a Corona surfboard with your feet in the water. There’s a live DJ playing weekend afternoons and you’re looking out over Big Bay with a view of Table Mountain and Robben Island all in one go.
STUNNING VIEWS, AWESOME VIBE
Why aren’t more Capetonians eating here every day? We have a hunch: Big Bay is considered a bit of a touristy area (so, of course, the