There doesn’t seem to be too much on the go this month but that’s no excuse to hibernate! When the weather gets miserable and outdoor activities are limited, why not do some restaurant exploring? There’s no shortage of excellent eateries in Cape Town and it’s great to try new places. Sam Linsell of Drizzle & Dip has put together a comprehensive list of fantastic foodie spots.
For plenty of foodie experiences, check out the Eatsplorer website where they list all sorts of interesting food and dining events happening in and around Cape Town. One that really appeals to me is a Cooking experience with Isabella Niehaus at her home on the dunes in Langebaan. The next lunch happens on the 19th of July.
No-one does Sunday lunch quite like former fashion editor and firm foodie Isabella Niehaus. Bella is a cook and entertainer of note, with a special passion for cooking with fresh, sustainable seafood. It’s her mission to show guests that cooking with fresh fish doesn’t have to be intimidating at all!
New to Cape Town is the Cape Comoot shuttle service. They run shuttle buses to and from Franschhoek, Cape Town and Cape Point daily at R99 per trip. This is such a fabulous offering! Find out more over on their website and how to book. So if you’ve got plans to attend the Franschhoek Bastille Festival later this month, I recommend you book your trip now!
If you have kids and are running out of entertainment ideas for the Winter school holidays then hop over to Kathryn’s blog for a bumper listing of fun ideas.
For some adult musical fun and entertainment, why not book a seat with Cathy and the Trolley Dollies. The show runs until the 29th of July and promises to have you rolling in the aisles.
If you’re in need of something quieter then you might want to sign up for the Winter Wellness Retreat at Angora Stud Guest Farm for a weekend of yoga and reflection.
Peach Kucha takes place this evening so head down to Harrington Street at 6pm some creative inspiration.