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7 Things to do this week(end)
Speed-friending, chocolate workshop, goods market, horse racing + more
Latest update: 24 January 2023
Time to tick off some New Year’s resolutions. Whether you want to be more adventurous, expand your friend circle or learn new hobbies in 2023, here’s what you can do this weekend. Join a speed friending event, learn how to make chocolate, go to a horse racing event or try silent Zumba on the beach. Here are 7+ things to do this week(end) and in the weeks ahead.
JOIN THIS SPEED FRIENDING EVENT ON THURSDAY
Making new friends in Cape Town can be tough – luckily cool events like this exist to make it a bit easier. Rust Café and Bar, restaurant and bar in Observatory, will be hosting a Speed Friending event where attendees have the opportunity to make new friends or romantic introductions. Booking is essential.
Date: Thursday, 26 January; 7pm - 10pm
Cost: Call to book: 071 813 8647
1 Herschel Road | Observatory | @rust_cafe_bar | Image: Rust Café and Bar
LEARN HOW TO MAKE CHOCOLATE
Cape Town’s favourite chocolate café, Honest Chocolate, is hosting a bon bon workshop. There will be an explanation of how cocoa beans are farmed, as well as a demonstration on how the beans are turned into chocolate. Guests will then be taught how to make and decorate a set of four chocolate bon bons. Note: This will be held at the Honest Chocolate factory, not the café on Wale Street.
Date: Saturday, 28 Jan, 10am - 11.30am
Cost: R350pp, book here
7 Barron St | Woodstock | 076 765 8306 | @honestchocolate | Image: Honest Chocolate
SPEND YOUR SATURDAY AT THE MET
A day of horse racing and high fashion? Count us in. Watch some of the biggest names in horse racing compete at the World Sports Betting Cape Town Met, hosted at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth Racecourse. There will be dining experiences, live performances as well as celebrity guest appearances. Plus, prizes for best dressed: This year’s theme is Mardi Gras.
Date: Saturday, 28 January; 11am - 10pm
Cost: From R150, book here
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DO SILENT ZUMBA ON THE BEACH
The Silent Zumba Secret Beach Series has something for everyone – it’s a mix of a silent disco, Zumba class and beach day. The silent Zumba classes will be held at a variety of secret beaches around Cape Town.
Date: Every Saturday until 25 Feb, 9am - 10.30am
Cost: R180 for adults, R130 for kids. Group tickets available. Book here
Various locations | firstname.lastname@example.org
POP BY A GOODS MARKET ON SUNDAY
Shop natural products and enjoy live music at the Natural Goods Market at Century City. The whole family is invited. There’s a range of food vendors and alcoholic beverages available (including organic bubby, beer and gin) under the Bedouin stretch tents. Plus, you can stay a while and have a picnic on Central Park’s lawns.
Date: Sundays, 29 Jan, 26 Feb + 26 Mar; 9am - 2pm
Cost: Free entrance
Central Park | Century City | 021 552 6889 | @centurycity_za | Image: Century City
CELEBRATE MAC MILLER
Club Paradise will be dedicating a night of music to the late hip hop legend. Prepare to party to tons of Mac Miller tracks, as well as other hip hop music. Book quickly – the first 50 tickets are free, but once these sell out, prices start at R80.
Date: Thursday Jan 26, 9pm - 2am
Cost: First 50 tickets are free, book here
9 Albertus Street | District Six | 072 358 0626 | @clubparadise_sa | Image: Club Paradise
GO ON A TOWNSHIP GOSPEL TOUR
You don’t need to be religious to have a soulful experience at a Sunday church service in Langa. Camissa’s Gospel Tour will take you to church with the community, followed by a walk through the streets of Langa with a local guide. Prepare to sing, move and be moved by this joyful outing.
Date: Sundays, from 8.30/9am to 12.30/1pm
Cost: R770 per person, half price for under 12s. Ask about discounts for CapeTownMagazine.com readers.
Camissa Gospel Tours | 078 657 7788 | @Camissa_Travel | Image: Camissa
EXPERIENCE SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK
The Maynardville Open-Air Festival is back after a three-year hiatus. Shakespeare has been performed in the park for 62 years and this two-month festival is well-loved in Cape Town. The Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra will have various performances, including songs of Shakespeare.
Date: 26 - 28 January, 8:15pm to 10:15pm (three performances)
Cost: From R160pp, book here
27 Piers Road | Wynberg | 021 689 4185 | Image: Maynardville Open-Air Theatre
Vegan Streetfood is hosting a series of tasting nights inspired by cuisine from around the world. Each night there’ll be a three-course meal and either live entertainment, an interactive cooking experience and/or a take-home meal kit. Visit on Friday for an Italian night with a pasta-making demonstration, or make your own feta and enjoy Greek food on Saturday.
Date: 18 - 30 January; 7pm - 12am
Cost: From R299pp, book here
79 Lower Main Road | Observatory | @veganstreetfoodza | Image: Fernando Moreno
GO TO SA’s BEST FAMILY FESTIVAL
It’s the stuff childhood dreams and family memories are made of: three days of non-stop activities and exploring in nature, making new friends, kayaking, swimming, sleeping under the stars, telling campfire stories… discover our top 10 reasons to book while you still can for Wolfie Familie Festival in Citrusdal from 24 to 26 February.
Date: 24-26 Feb
Cost: from R550 per child, R1 250 per adult
PARTY AT A LUSH WINE ESTATE
Party with Sexy Groovy Love at its last event of the season. Never Imagined will be held at Nooitgedacht Wine Estate, a short 45-minute drive from Cape Town. The large grounds are green and perfect for exploring, and you can expect to see popular artists like Musumeci, Yulia Niko and Floyd Lavine. Find out more abut Never Imagined.
Date: 18 February 2023, 12pm to 12am
Cost: From R320, book here
Nooitgedacht Wine Estate | Stellenbosch | email@example.com | @sexygroovylove | Image: Sexy Groovy Love
TRY VEGAN DISHES AND KOMBUCHA COCKTAILS
At Pear Tree there are plenty of unqiue dishes that you won't find anywhere else (many of which are vegan). Situated on the Hermanus waterfront, this healthy eatery looks out onto the vibrant blue sea. Sip a kombucha cocktail under the trees, or try a tofu tostada sprinkled with nori dust and a charcoal aquafaba dessert.
Pear Tree Bistro is open: Daily from 10.30am - 9pm
Village Square | Hermanus | @peartreehermanus | Image: Pear Tree Bistro
EXPERIENCE A WEEKEND OF GLOBAL + AFRICAN ART
Investec Cape Town Art Fair is where the local and international art worlds meet, with galleries from South Africa, Angola, Tunisia, Ivory Coast, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Botswana, France, Germany, Turkey, the USA, Italy, Portugal, Egypt and more participating. The 99 exhibitors will explore the notion of time at Africa’s biggest contemporary art fair.
Date: Friday, 17 - Monday, 19 February, 11am - 7pm
Cost: From R150
RELIVE BEACH MEMORIES AT THIS ONRUS RESTAURANT
With loaded hotdogs, beach toys and stunning lagoon views, Milk on the Beach is a great spot to visit with the kids. Milk also has kombucha cocktails and sushi, and the deck overlooking Onrus lagoon makes it a great sundowner spot.
Milk on the Beach is open: Monday to Saturday, 8am - 9pm; Sunday, 8am - 8:30pm
1 Atlantic Drive | Onrus River | 028 316 1516 | @milk_onthebeach | Image: Milk on the Beach
EXPERIMENT WITH A GIN ATOMISER
Gin-tasting works a little differently when you do it at Char'd Grill. You'll be able to smell different gins through an atomiser and do a tasting of your top four. Being a steakhouse, Char'd also offers rare and unqiue cuts of meat that you wouldn't be able to find at most restaurants. We recommend the Caveman Rib: rich, marinated for 24 hours and with 10/10 tenderness. Read more about what you can experience at Char'd.
Char’d Grill is open: Monday to Friday, 12pm - 9pm; Saturday to Sunday, 10.30am - 9pm
DRINK COCKTAILS ON THE BEACH
This beach lounge is where summer dreams are made. The view alone will make you want to stay till sunset. Order a boozy milkshake, sushi or a flammkuchen and spend all day sun-soaking while waves crash just a few metres away. All this and more summer goodness at Dutchies Summer Lounge.
Date: 2 December - 28 February, 11am – 9pm; closed on New Year’s Day
1 Grotto Street, Voelklip, Hermanus | 028 314 1392 | @dutchiesrestaurant| Image: Dutchies Summer Lounge
TAPAS-STYLE SATURDAY BRUNCH IN A ZEN COURTYARD
There’s a new brunch special in town and you’re invited: The tapas-style brunch special at Misfits at the Old Foundry in Greenpoint every Saturday. Tuck into beautifully-presented breakfast eats and sip on classic brunch cocktails in a peaceful urban courtyard at Misfits by Ideas Cartel.
Date: Saturdays from now until end March 2023
Cost: R200 for 2 people, sharing; cocktails from R50
WATCH A MOVIE LIKE NEVER BEFORE
This summer, watch culture-shifting movies like Wakanda Forever and Avatar: The Way of Water at Ster Kinekor Imax. The revamped Imax theatre at the V&A Waterfront uses laser technology (the first of its kind in Southern Africa) which means that images and colours are sharper and brighter. Plus, we’ve organised a giveaway.
Date: Wakanda Forever and Avatar: The Way of Water are currently showing
Cost: From R175pp, book here
223 Victoria Wharf Shopping Center | Victoria & Alfred Waterfront | firstname.lastname@example.org | Image: Ster Kinekor
DINE AT AN OPEN-AIR EATERY IN HERMANUS
Fick's tidal pool is carved into the rocky shore of Hermanus, and just above it, set on decks built into the cliffs, is Ficks Pinchos & Wine. Here you're treated to incredible views over the pool, breaching whales, dolphins, seals, birdlife and the occasional yacht. Plus, Ficks has an excellent menu designed for seaside snacking. There are cocktails (fantastic alcohol-free ones, too), pinchos (the Spanish version of tapas) and hot-from-the-oven flammkuchen at Ficks Pinchos & Wine.
Date: Monday - Sunday; 11am-9pm
You may also like: smokin’ hot Mexican food with zesty margaritas to try at Mexicola Locale
8 Marine Drive | Westcliff | Hermanus | 028 312 4082 | www.ficks.co.za
JOIN THIS INTERACTIVE DRUM SHOW
South Africa’s first authentic drumming theatre experience is back from Broadway. Whether you’re a music lover, a culture seeker or simply love a good party, you won’t want to miss Drumstruck at Silvermist Wine Estate, described as “STOMP meets The Lion King,”. The Cape Town shows are accompanied by an interactive wine tour. Plus, each audience member will get their own djembe drum to play and can sing along with the show.
Date: 21 October to 30 April 2023
Times: Tuesday to Sunday at 3pm; additional show at 6pm on Saturdays
Cost: R450 for the full experience, R350 for non-alcoholic; book here
Silvermist Organic Wine Estate | Hout Bay | 083 406 7218 | Image: Drumstruck
CHILL ON A ROOFTOP WITH A FRIDAY DJ
The Park Inn by Radisson Cape Town Foreshore has a surprise on the 11th floor on Fridays from about 5pm: DJs playing live house music; some of the best cocktails in town; views for days; and a lively mix of locals and tourists enjoying the vibe at Harald’s Bar & Terrace.
Date: Every Friday
11th floor | Park Inn by Radisson Cape Town Foreshore | 29 Heerengracht Street | Foreshore | 021 427 4800 | Instagram | Image: Park Inn
BUCKET LIST EXPERIENCE AT BIG DISCOUNT
When people come from all over the world to see sharks in Gansbaai they do it with White Shark Diving Company (WSCD). They come to see great white sharks and a big variety of other shark species, such as bronze whaler and 7-gill cow sharks. Get R400 off WSCD’s shark-cage diving tour by using our coupon code when you're booking.
Date: Open daily, from 8am
Cost: See discounted costs on the Shark Cage Dive Tour and more
POP BY A STREET SOIREE
The Stellenbosch Street Soiree kicks off another season, celebrating its 10th anniversary. The pop-up soirees celebrate the best of the Stellenbosch wine route, with 25 wine stalls all along Drostdy Street, including well known labels like Spier, Alto Rouge, Kaapzicht and Beyerskloof. Stroll through the street, tasting wine and bubbly, and try out the street food on offer – including Chef Bertus Basson’s De Vrije Burger. Tickets come with tasting tokens.
Date: 23 Nov, 7 Dec, 18 Jan, 1 + 15 Feb, 1 + 15 Mar; 6pm - 8pm
Cost: R170, book here
Drostdy Street | Stellenbosch | @stellwineroute | Image: Lara van Zyl
GET DAILY SPECIALS AT THIS CASABLANCA-THEMED CAFE
Rick's Cafe Americain on Kloof Street is housed in a 135-year-old 3-storey Victorian building and is completely dedicated to the 1942 classic Casablanca. Visit and you'll see screens playing the film, old posters and bright Moroccan decor. On the menu you can find classic food like burgers and roasts, as well as Moroccan cuisine like tajine and honey and cheese parcels. Don't forget about the rooftop bar - Rick's has two happy hours which means you can sip on beer and cocktails and watch the buzz of Kloof Street.
Rick's Cafe Americain is open: Monday to Sunday, 11am to 2am
103 Kloof Street | Gardens | 021 822 1100 | @rickscapetown | Image: Ricks Cafe Americain
JOIN CONCERTS IN THE PARK
Kick start your summer with Concerts in the Park. Hosted at De Waal Park, this event celebrates community, nature and the live music scene. There are 4 concerts happening in December and January, featuring local legends Majozi, Francois van Coke, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Matthew Mole, Will Linley and more. All are welcome (even your doggos).
Date: 18 December, 15 January, 29 January; 10am - 6pm
Cost: R99, free for u/13s; book here
De Waal Park | Cnr Kamp St and Upper Orange Street | @concertsinthepark | Image: Concerts in the Park
BE ONE OF THE RARE ONES THIS THURSDAY
Rare Gallery offers a multi-sensory First Thursday experience with its art, tattoo studio and luxury couture store. Sip your welcome drink as you explore this funky pop art persona and creative hub with its rare collectables and ping pong table while listening to the buzz of Afrobeats from live DJs. Rare is a perfect First Thursday meeting point, bordering the Bree Street Festival.
Date: Open daily; First Thursday open from 10am - 9pm
Cost: Free entrance
6 Watson Street | Cape Town City Centre | 074 784 2986 | @raregallery_ | Image: Rare Gallery
TUESDAYS ARE RIBS DAYS (AND NIGHTS)
Here’s why you definitely want to work from the CBD on Tuesdays: all-you-can-eat ribs at the RBG Bar & Grill at the Park Inn by Radisson Cape Town Foreshore, for R300 per person from 12 to 8pm. That’s as many slow-cooked pork belly ribs, basted in smokey sweet BBQ sauce, to feast on for lunch or dinner.
Date: Every Tuesday
Cost: R300 per person
CELEBRATE ON A BELOVED LONG STREET BALCONY
If chilled local vibes are your thing, Sgt Pepper on Long Street might be your perfect party venue. It’s laid back but with a rock n roll edge that’s bound to get the party started at some point – probably once you’ve made some progress with their impressive cocktail list. Their legendary pizzas are still excellent and the ideal party food for a big table or group. Let the buzz of Long Street below make your birthday extra vibey. Good to know: Sgt Pepper will let you host a party for up to 150 people at their venue for free on Mondays.
Sgt Pepper is open: Tuesday - Saturday, 11am to 2am
194 Long Street | CBD | @sgt_pepper_restaurant | Image: Sgt Pepper
LEARN TO THROW AXES + OTHER WEAPONS
If learning fierce moves and weapon throwing is your idea of a good time, you’re in luck – there’s a badass new adult party collective in town. Weapons on Wheels might just be the party you’ve been looking for all your life.
Cost: From R290, depends on package booked
Location varies | 065 688 1844 | @weapons_on_wheels | Image: WoW
ENJOY A PICNIC AND MOVIE IN A BOTANICAL GARDEN
Nothing signals the arrival of summer quite like The Galileo Open Air Cinema, Cape Town’s beloved outdoor movie experience. Every Wednesday to Friday you can watch a variety of new movies, rom-coms, cult classics, family favourites and ‘golden oldie’s at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, with a food market of local gourmet goodness served ‘al fresco’ under a canopy of stars.
Date: 31 October 2022 to 29 April 2023
Cost: From R129, book via Webtickets
POP INTO A FARMER’S MARKET EVERY SATURDAY
Head to this weekly neighbourhood farmer’s market in the heart of Oranjezicht. The Mountain Market features local vendors selling fresh produce, artisanal bread, coffee, smoothies, and more, with live music. There’s lots of open space and mountain views, so buy picnic goodies and relax on the lawn. Dogs are welcome to join too. Note: It reopened on 3 September and takes place every Saturday.
Date: Every Saturday; 9am - 2pm
Cost: Free entrance
Van Riebeeck Park | 280 Upper Buitenkant Street | Vredehoek | @the.mountainmarket | The Mountain Market
WATCH A MOVIE IN THE WINELANDS ON SATURDAYS
The Galileo Open Air Cinema winelands weekends are on every Saturday evening until 24 April 2023, where you get to enjoy movies at some of the most scenic wine estates in the area. Take your friends and loved ones for a picnic or buy from the food vendors and explore the gorgeous scenery while you’re there.
Date: Every Saturday, from 31 October 2022 to 29 April 2023
Cost: From R129, book via Webtickets
GRAB A MID-WEEK BURGER BREAK
Sotano’s lamb burgers are popular because they’re good, and also because they have good exposure, considering people flock to the seaside eatery for the excellent 2-for-1 special. Let’s tell you why they’re so good: 2 freshly baked buns, a homemade lamb burger, tzatziki, hummus, avocado and crispy onion rings – need we say more? You can get two of them for the price of one every Wednesday, all day, throughout the year.
Date: Every Wednesday, 7am - 11pm
Sotano | 121 Beach Road | Mouille Point | 021 433 1757 | @sotanoct | Image: Sotano
JOIN A SKATING COMMUNITY EVERY MONDAY
Promenade Mondays are back in session, celebrating its 10th anniversary. Every Monday you can join this sunset social with a skateboard, scooter or rollerblades and shred down the Sea Point promenade with this laidback group. It’s a great way to kick off your week and to make new friends.
Date: Every Monday; 5.30pm - 8.30pm
Queen’s Beach parking lot | Sea Point | @promenademonday | Image: Promenade Mondays
END SUNDAY WITH REGGAE AT SUNSET
One of the best places to chill in Cape Town on a Sunday afternoon is Sotano, where you can watch the sun set over the sea, share a meal with friends, and listen to the Rivertones play famous reggae covers. You don’t even need to leave the dogs at home.
Date: Every Sunday
Cost: It’s free (do order a drink or meal, though – it’s worth it)
Sotano | 121 Beach Road | Mouille Point | 021 433 1757 | @sotanoct | Image: Sotano
ORDER IN, OR FOR THE OFFICE
Whether you are relaxing at home, ordering drinks for the office, stocking up for a party, or sending booze to a friend, Bar Keeper, with its seamless website and online ordering system makes it super easy and hassle-free. Their online liquor store strives to offer the same level of service for which they have become synonymous over the years.
Bar Keeper is open: Monday to Saturdays, 9am – 7pm; Sundays, 11am – 6pm; Public Holidays, 10am – 6pm
COME HERE FOR CHILLED MUSIC
Every weekend, Strolla Restaurant & Bar hosts two free music sessions – on Fridays there’s a sunset DJ set, while on Saturdays you can listen to live reggae. And did you know the food is hella good and affordable, plus there’s a kids’ playroom with a minder, dogs are allowed, and did we mention the sea view?
Date: Every Friday and Saturday
313 Beach Road | Sea Point | 021 430 7778 | @strollact | Image: Strolla Restaurant & Bar
PLAY AN ESCAPE GAME EVERY FRIDAY
60 minutes of pure adrenaline, problem-solving and bonding. There are few things as thrilling as a HintHunt escape game. HintHunt Africa offers an immersive and fun escape-room experience that’s great for friends, family and colleagues. The rules are simple: Pick a kick-ass team, solve the clues and escape within the hour. Here are our tips and tricks on how to play your best game.
Date: Every Friday, 10am - 8.30pm
Cost: R590 - R1,650, book here
Watershed | 17 Dock Road | V&A Waterfront | 076 187 2764 | @hinthuntafrica | Image: HintHunt Africa
TOUR 14 HISTORIC AREAS ON FOOT EVERY SUNDAY
From Loop Street to Simonstown, discover the rich history of Cape Town on foot. Cameron Peters, aspiring filmmaker and founder of Cape Town Heritage Tours, hosts 2-hour long walking tours every Sunday that run as a circuit across the peninsula, covering 14 areas. Book as a group or a private tour and learn about the rich history of Cape Town and its surroundings.
Date: Every Sunday, starts: 10am or 2pm
Cost: R100 pre-booked, R150 on the day
Cape Town Heritage Tours | email@example.com | @capetownheritagetours | Image: Cape Town Heritage Tours
DISTILL YOUR OWN BRAND OF GIN
At Distiller’s Union, a working distillery, you don’t just taste great gins, you get to distill and design your own gin. From choosing the alcohol percentage, flavor profile and colour to designing the bottle, you and friends will each walk out with a specially designed bespoke bottle. While you’re there, do a beer tasting from Sweet River Brewery and have wood-fired pizza on the deck.
Date: Thursdays to Sundays
Cost: From R180
PLAY BEER PONG EVERY FRIDAY
Kick off the weekend with a friendly beer-pong competition at Randy Warthog Bar & Grill, in Green Point. From 5pm to 7pm it’s Happy Hour, so get there early and soak up the vibe or order food for R100 or less. Gather your friends and join Beer Pong Fridays.
Date: Every Friday, 7pm - late
Cost: Free entry (just buy your own beer)
Randy Warthog Bar & Grill | 107 Main Road | Green Point | @randywarthog | Image: Randy Warthog
TAKE A DRIVE FOR 5 EPIC TEA TASTINGS
Take a roadtrip to the Piekenierskloof Pass to visit De Tol Farm Deli - it’s one of the oldest farm stalls along the N7. Be adventurous and try the most unusual pairings… tea and gin or wine. Or opt for something less daring like tea and nougat, or chocolate truffles. There’s also a tea and nibbles pairing, plus kids can join in on the tasting fun at De Tol Farm Deli.
Date: Monday to Saturday, 8am - 5pm; Sunday, 8am - 3pm
Cost: R80 - R90
Piekenierskloof N7 Pass | Citrusdal | 067 410 3315 | @de_tol_farm_deli | Image: De Tol Farm Deli
BOOGIE TO PUNK ROCK AND WINE
Traditional cheese-and-wine pairings are way too passé for Black Elephant Vintners – it offers something far more rebellious: Join for a sparkling-wine or wine tasting, pop on some headphones and prepare to be blown into a land of heightened senses at this punk-rock cellar.
Date: Every Saturday, from 11am
Cost: R150 - R300pp, book here
40a Uitkyk Street | Franschhoek | 021 876 2903 | Image: Tasting Cape Town (@tastingct)
GET YOUR BREATH BACK EVERY WEEK
Breathwork has gone mainstream, and more and more people are using the tool to manage stress and anxiety, replenish their energy and find joy. You can try it for free: Every month Breathwork Africa, a global leader in the field of conscious breathing, hosts free online sessions. Or read more about this movement to find a course that suits you.
Date: Once a month
Cost: Free - Book a BreathCafé session for beginners
Online | Image: Breathwork Africa
SPEND THE DAY AT A FAMILY FAIR
Pop into this market, where you will be greeted by Dunkin, Dixie and Daisy, the resident donkeys. The Purple Windmill has views of wine vineyards and entertainment for everyone, from live music, stalls, craft beers, cocktails, hotdogs and a play park for kids. Or hit golf balls into a lake, go target shooting and more.
Date: Wednesdays to Sundays, 9am - 5pm
Cost: Free entry
Uitspan Farm | R44 Klapmuts | Stellenbosch | 021 202 5993 | Instagram: @the_purple_windmill | Image: The Purple Windmill
TASTE WINE IN AN OLD FERMENTATION TANK
Experience a wine tasting like no other at this boutique winery, which has 6 themed caves for you to choose from. Snuggle up in The Kitchen or Versaille nook and listen to the stories of the farm’s vines and wines. Plus, you can have lunch, walk its trails and picnic at Klein Roosboom.
Date: Tuesdays to Saturdays, 9am - 5pm; Sundays, 8.30am - 4pm
Cost: R95 for wine tasting
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Tygerberg Valley Road | Durbanville | 079 693 9646 | Instagram: @kleinroosboom | Image: Klein Roosboom
KICK OFF YOUR FRIDAY WITH A COFFEE RUN
Join Harvest Café & Deli’s running club. The 5km loop, which starts at both its Newlands and Muizenberg outlets, will take you around either the leafy suburb or along the seaside. All fitness levels are welcome, and you can bring along your furry friends too. Plus, enjoy a R20 coffee special afterwards.
Date: Every Friday, 7am
Harvest Cafe | 4 York road | Muizenberg and Dean Street | Newlands | Instagram: @harvestcafect__ | Image: Harvest Café
VISIT A FLEA MARKET THIS SUNDAY
The Muizenberg Flea Market has been in existence for the last 34 years. It has over 300 stalls that sell everything from Cape Malay food and mielies in a cup to underwear and brass decor. And best part of all, you always leave with a bargain when you visit this Sunday market.
Date: Every Sunday, 8am-6pm
Cost: Free entry
Muizenberg Flea Market | Sunrise Circle | Muizenberg | Facebook | Image: Mark Schultz
SEE BIG NAMES IN ELECTRONIC MUSIC FOR 3 DAYS
Star-studded Timeless music festival is coming to South Africa in March 2023. It’s happening near Greyton at Elandskloof Farm, features more than 60 acts across 3 stages, and you don’t want to miss it! Get a 5-hour sample playlist, 5 videos of some of the stand-out artists, plus all the essential info you need to know.
Date: 10 - 12 March
Cost: From R1,250
Elandskloof Farm (Off R540), Dullstroom, Greyton | 071 698 7845 | @elandsklooffarm | Image: Timeless
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