Markets

Capetonians love waking up on lazy Sunday mornings and have freshly made coffee and brunch at the local market. The bustle, laughter and live music draw in the crowds. My top market picks are:

  • The Oranjezicht Market: Every Saturday morning locally grown organic produce fill the tables and baskets at the Oranjezicht Market in Granger Bay, close to the V&A Water Front. The outdoor section has tables overlooking the make for the perfect spot to have your fresh coffee and a delicious meal. The Market is open from 9am till 2pm. Visit their website for more information: http://www.ozcf.co.za/market-day/
  • Bay Harbour Market: The Bay Harbour Market is located on the harbour in Hout Bay. The market is open from Friday to Sunday so it is the perfect place to spend an evening there listening to the live music with a cold drink and some dinner. Visit their website for more information: http://www.bayharbour.co.za
  • The Neighbourgoods Market: The market is located at the Old Biscuit Millin an up-and-coming industrial area of Cape Town known as Woodstock. The Old Bisquit Mill It is open every Saturday from 9am to 2pm. Visit their website for more information: http://www.neighbourgoodsmarket.co.za/cape-town/about-us
  • Cape Point Vineyard Market: The Cape Point Vineyard is a beautiful winery perched on the slopes of Silvermine, overlooking Noordhoek and Longbeach. The Picturesque sunset is the backdrop for this feast of great food and wine. The market is open every Thursday from 4:30pm till 8:30pm. Visit their website for more information: http://cpv.co.za/community-market/