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Bringing the Cape Winelands to the city’s doorstep with Harringtons’ Wednesday...

The super sultry and oh-so sexy Harrington’s Cocktail Lounge is bringing the Cape winelands right to the city’s doorstep with its “Wednesday Bistro &...

A resplendent, richly colourful, and sumptuous Asian-inspired menu launches at Indochine,...

After spending several months kicking about South East Asia, eating in some of Hong Kong, Thailand, and Singapore’s top restaurants, as well as in...

101 Reasons to pen Robertson’s Wine on the River Festival into...

Take a gorgeous river vista, the smell of cooking food, and a lush abundance of Robertson Wine Valley wines and you’ve got a foolproof...

A New Generation of Wines and a new Head Chef Are...

Tokara Wine Estate has exited this year’s award season with its head held high and perhaps more than just a little glint in its...

Galileo Open Air Cinema Launches its Seventh Season Against a Backdrop...

Around the time of the Precambrian Era, when I was a teenager, the pinnacle of romantic gestures was to take your crush to the...

The Beer Lover’s List of 10 Craft and Micro Breweries in...

Wine, cocktails, and beer: the unholy trinity upon which much of Cape Town’s “kuier” culture is not so stably grounded. But regardless of whether...

Lunch and Wine in Celebration of the Relaunch of SALT @...

Stretching all the way from Gordon's Bay to Bot River lagoon and inland to Grabouw and the Groenland Mountain is one of the world’s...

A feast of treats at Chef’s Table Cape Town

Passing through an inconspicuous glass door right next to the Eastern Food Bazaar, walking down a long corridor, and riding up an ancient elevator...

The Light House Boutique Suites a Pearl Within the Paarl Winelands

A short 45-minute drive outside of the Mother City, lies a pearl within a pearl; a luxury guesthouse tucked into a verdant oasis of...

Neethlingshof’s Fresh New Spring Menu – a Kaleidoscope of Colour, Flavour,...

Two hundred years ago, the acknowledged role of women was to run the household, look pretty, and, when they weren’t making dinner, make babies....