December 14, 2019

Edition 8 is on the streets! Look out for your copy.

Fans of British sitcom, Absolutely Fabulous, are sure to have seen the feature film version which opened in September.

Public input into proposed changes to the national liquor law closed on 30 October 2016, with some industry bodies warning that the impact on the hospitality sector could be major.

In 2015 Cape Town was named Best Food City in the world in Conde Nast’s People’s Choice Awards, which comes as no surprise to Capetonians.

If you haven’t yet discovered the inner-city wine route (aka “Tuning the Vine”) which takes place on the first Wednesday evening of the month after First Thursdays, then diarise 12 October.

What started in London as a way to make art galleries and museums more accessible to the public, and then spread to many cities of the world, came to Cape Town at the end of 2012: “First Thursdays”.

Save yourself the pain of commuting in the peak. Treat yourself to a quiet breakfast at one of the city’s many great cafés and restaurants, with time to catch up on your emails and the news of the day. These are some of CityLife’s favourite early-morning eateries:

Looking for a delicious bottle of wine to celebrate the coming of spring? Or a great red for Heritage Day on September 24 when joining many other South Africans in the celebration of what is now known as ‘National Braai Day’? 

Walk the streets of Cape Town and you’ll realise there are literally hundreds of eateries, offering choices to suit every taste and budget. CityLife has pounded the pavement and found its six top picks for under R60.

Our wine heritage

Dec 14, 2019

Cape Town is becoming known for its superb food, and wine to go with it.

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