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Café Caprice has become a landmark establishment on the famous Camps Bay Stretch in Cape Town. Tourists from around the globe rub shoulders with the regular local clientele, all enjoying the gorgeous beach backdrop whilst sipping an eye-catching cocktail and listening to a sexy, chilled tune spun by the resident DJ’s as the sun goes down. Cafe Caprice is loved for its delicious cafe-style food, served from morning through till night. Dishes like the eggs Benedict with silky hollandaise, the legendary handmade burgers and platters of grilled chicken nachos amongst other wholesome choices have put Cafe Caprice on the map as a must-try destination in Cape Town.
Café Caprice is a way of life to its patrons and friends, capturing the imaginations of many with its glamorous and memorable events that have the signature Café Caprice elements to them. The Catwalk fashion shows on Camps Bay beach, to the Beach Volleyball tournaments and the lavish Villa House parties with international DJ’s uplifts Café Caprice’s offering from being just any other restaurant, to an unforgettable experience.
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Cape Town winters have been known to terrify the locals into hibernation and overseas escapes, but here’s one important reason why you should stay in the Mother City.
Come rain or shine, the beach and ocean always does wonders for the soul – so why not spend the afternoon staring at it?
It is no secret that we are proud of what we have here in Cape Town. We brag about the best city in the world to the rest of the world. We truly have it all, right on our doorsteps.
Winter is generally not well received by the average summery capetownian. Hibernation, duvets, cheap red wine (because no-one else is there to impress with the expensive stuff) and isolation are usually the order of winter but this tempting little offer may just be enough to coax you into your favourite party clothes, bring out the good red and brave the cold.
This place has literally rescued us from the painstaking task of having to plan which tired, hipster hang-out we’ll waste our hard-earned cash on during our monthly Friday night, pink-slip of freedom.
On Saturday, 22 March, Cafe Caprice hosted their annual Yacht party. Setting sail for the open seas, anchoring together in Granger Bay where DJ’s Yaron and the Skene brothers entertained. Check out this hot gallery of the event, below!
Morning! It isn’t Monday. How about that! Excellent Capetonians, Shamiel Soni and Tannan Woods have directed this Kaapstad video remix of Pharell Williams’ track, ‘Happy,’ and it is super. Enjoy it.
Next to Mario, Andrew Cotton from the UK might be the plumber with the biggest balls. Cotton rode an 80 ft monster of a wave off the coast of Nazare, Portugal. His ride has been submitted for this year’s Billabong XXL Big Wave Awards.
As the full moon drifted across the night sky in Cape Town this weekend, it drew amateur hikers from all over the city to take on Lion’s Head – the tamest of all the City Bowl hikes.
It seems the Internet gods have heard our prayers. It was just announced that Skyrive, in partnership with MacroLan and Café Caprice, will launch free Wi-Fi for Camps Bay! Skyrove is aWi-Fi company in Cape Town that specialises in software solutions, and we would like to thank them dearly for the free Wi-Fi. Internet-junkies will be able to use 100MB of data per device per day for free, and, after that, extra data can be bought from Skyrove or one of its partners.
The Telegraph Travel awards asked 75,000 people to vote for their favourite travel companies and destinations, so this is no phony award. In fact, the Telegraph’s survey is one of most comprehensive and wide-ranging travel surveys out there.
When it comes to breaking records, some choose the safer route: opting to put straws in their mouths. Some, on the other hand, enjoy being towed into 30-metre waves by a jetski. This was the gambit of one Carlos Burle, in an attempt to break the world record for biggest wave ever surfed, held by Garret McNamara, who successfully carved a 23-metre behemoth just two years ago.
A somewhat controversial decision this year, you might say – given the upcoming weather for Tuesday and Wednesday. But you simply can’t ignore Sunday’s summer fever, with a repeat of that weather happening today.
Craft beer has made it’s first billionaire, and it’s Samuel Adams founder, Jim Koch. With the sales of Boston Beer doubling in the past year, the company is now the second largest American brewery. What’s even more amazing, is that these record sales happened at a time when the total beer sales in America fell two per cent. Not bad.
I was astounded the other day when I went to Cafe Caprice and saw someone paying full price for their lunch and bar tab. It was then I realised that some of you clearly aren’t in the loop. Shame, man. I suggest you read this with great urgency.
Does a stem cell burger sound like something you might like? Next Monday, the first burger grown in a laboratory that cost a crazy R3,7 million will be cooked and eaten. The meal is made up of 3,000 strips of artificial beef, and this could represent the start of future artificial meat supermarkets. According to [...]
Your favorite film and series characters may have distinctive hair or facial features to tell them apart, but part of their personality, that we so love, is the thirst quenchers they choose to drink. PopChartLab has created this…chart, that puts together some of the most memorable characters and pairs them with their drink/cocktail of choice. [...]
The contraption consists of three arms that can do pretty much everything your average bartender can – from measuring shots to slicing lemons.
Winter’s coming, which might depress you. But who said you had to be outside in order to take a dip? Imagine a world where you could break out your bikini or speedo anytime you wanted, even if it was snowing outside? Of course zi Tjermans have already made such a thing possible. This mindblowing indoor [...]
Look, season six of Mad Men is just around the corner, which means that we have to start mixing our drinks again in order to more effectively channel the spirit of Donald Draper. But we’ve put up with the Old Fashioned now for five seasons and it’s getting, well, old fashioned. So if you thought [...]
Do you love burgers? Have you ever eaten a burger that you would pay R5 000 for? No? Read on, and you might find a meat sandwich to convince you otherwise. 10. Named after the Italian composer, Rossini, this burger is music to your mouth. Found in San Francisco, Las Vegas and Saint Louis, the [...]
It’s not every day one cracks a mention in Esquire magazine. But it turns out their travel journo was recently in Cape Town and uncovered a few gems – not least of which is the 2oceansvibe cocktail at Caprice!
Just because summer is winding down, it doesn’t give you any excuse let yourself go. Health is awesome, and health is also cheap. If you order one of these delicious breakfast options from Caprice’s Summer Shakedown menu, they’ll throw in a free coffee. We’re all about positive re-enforcement around here, and so are our friends. [...]
If beautiful people wearing hardly anything, jumping around the beach is not your thing, then you will find this photo gallery a bloody nightmare. Thanks to PopYaCollar for doing the right thing and putting together this sensational photo gallery of the Cafe Caprice Volleyball Tournament. 2oceansvibe entered and didn’t win. Someone did win and I’m [...]
Oh, what sweet joys summer brings. Once again it’s that time of year when Café Caprice brings us their Annual Industry Volleyball Tournament. What could make a Saturday better than chilling on Camps Bay beach, in the sun watching Cape Town and Brazil’s beautiful people shaking it up in a game of volleyball? The tournament [...]
A-listers, models,celebrities and the rest of the good-looking Cape Town crowd, all gathered at the hottest place for summer, Cafe Caprice in Campsbay for the Guess Fashion Show’s Latest Collection launch. If this picture is anything to go by, the whole gig was off the charts. SA’s #1 street fashion blog PopYaCollar was there, so [...]
It’s easily one of Cape town’s most famous winter specials. Almost as famous as their Sunday nights, the Cafe Caprice 2-for-1 burger special is loved by locals and foreigners alike! I’m going tomorrow night and I strongly advise you get in there soon. Once the momentum gets going you’ll struggle to get a table throughout [...]
Just picked up some news on SA’s leading fashion blog, PopYaCollar.co.za, that Giorgio Armani has bought a house in Camps Bay. I just love the way he rolls and cannot wait to join him for a Corona at Caprice! Apparently the house is on Ronald Road – PopYacollar has an aerial shot showing where it [...]