A little-known history of Champagne played out at the hands of widows who found a loophole in ancient French law.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably left your annual Mediterranean holiday accommodation booking to the last minute. Looks like luck is on your side.
What’s behind the blue door? Well, for a smidge over R6 million, you can find out.
Swedish designer Linda Ring discovered the joys of baking sourdough bread long before it became a worldwide lockdown obsession.
I really don’t feel like putting on my hazmat suit and traipsing off to Woolies or Pick n Pay, just to buy my favourite olive oil, or a tray of Usana free-range eggs. I don’t feel like leaving the house at all, to be honest.
Café du Cap’s harvest table is the stuff of legend. With a small team serving up ludicrously addictive, limited portions of dream delights, everything is fresh-cooked, homemade and gourmet.
Hungry in town and not keen on ‘hanging around’? Here’s your best bet.
With its clear health benefits and earth-friendly manufacturing process, it’s easy to see why Cape Town is now oat milk ‘verskrik’.
If Dr. Evil was into the great outdoors, we would imagine ‘Caracal’ to be his preferred Klein Karoo lair.
Anyone who managed to catch Jack Parow’s gig last First Thursday will know what an incredibly unique, intimate and entertaining affair these gigs are.
This past First Thursday, February 7, saw Jack Parow perform his most intimate gig ever, thrilling the audience of 30 with never-heard-before stories and big tunes.
One wonders how long Jack Parow will be able to stay seated in this ‘unplugged’ gig he’s performing on First Thursday, February 7, at Café du Cap.
December’s First Thursday is probably the most exciting in Cape Town’s First Thursday calendar. This whole place is already in holiday mode, and then you add a fresh payday to that.
Drinking on a Thursday is always a good time, but at least you have a decent excuse if it’s the Friday after First Thursday.
What do you mean you’re not sneaking in a beer with lunch? You can get away with it, as long as you’re doing it in style.
Starting your day on the right foot means more than just getting out of bed, so let’s look at what some of the world’s most powerful men eat to get things going.
If you’re the kind of person that can rise early enough on a Saturday morning to make it out for brekkie, best you swing past this little gem.
If you’ve ever eaten out and had someone talk about ‘going Dutch’, you’ll know that means splitting the bill. So how did this name come about?
Some restaurants can boast Michelin stars and a reputation to boot, but others seem to fly under the radar. CNN went digging and uncovered some gems.
It’s exhausting trying to keep up with the new restaurants opening their doors in the city, but we’re here to make your next eat out choice a whole lot easier.
Café du Cap’s flagship retail outlet at 113 Loop Street (in the Cartel House building) is a very beautiful, very relaxed, place for you to enjoy yourself and indulge in some delicious homemade, wholesome eats and treats. In terms of background music, you can expect some French Cafe, jazz, Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra. Edith Piaf, Rolling Stones – that kind of thing.
Over the last 15 years, 2oceansvibe’s dream of having its own “shop” has morphed from nightclub to a members’ bar to this – Café du Cap – presenting the essence of the 2oceansvibe lifestyle.