The Church Street eatery is the first in Cape Town to specialise in the traditional Hawaiian raw food dish – classic raw tuna mixed up with shredded kombu and sticky rice. There’s also other bowl-food options on the menu, including super-healthy Acai and chia-seed breakfasts and the unconventional build-your-own-bowl.
The international coffee franchise has expanded its “food print” with a second outlet in the City Bowl. The store’s spot on the corner of Plein and Spin streets and is marked by artwork by local talents Fok Alles and Bud. They serve more than just doughnuts and coffee.
Saint Champagne Bar & Lounge
Fast becoming a hit with local celebrities and A-listers, Saint is an upmarket weekend spot that offers a mix of sophistication and nightclub energy in the up-and-coming Harrington Street. They’re not all about exclusivity, however, as the bar stocks a variety of champagnes and sparkling wines to suit a broad range of tastes and budgets.
GoNow electric bicycles
Although not entirely a new establishment, GoNow in Sea Point is one of the only offering rentals of this type of non-notorised transport – for up to 25 days! Experience Cape Town in a new way that requires minimal physical effort, and is lighter on the pocket.
Although it’s recently reopened its doors as a beach-style chillout spot, the Suntravolta location at 255 Long Street is shrouded in local legend, including that of a bohemian dancer and saltwater girl who infamously broke hearts at the gentleman’s club and for being the haunt of plenty of musicians and poets in the 80s and 90s.