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&Union

&Union

A place we love is &Union on Bree Street. Why do we love it? Well, there are a host of reasons. It could be because of the super cool interior and the people that fill it. Perhaps it is the selection of cured meats, grilled sausages and Prego rolls. It could be the array of […]

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Anthony’s Golden Cup

If it wasn’t for the aroma of freshly brewed coffee that smacks you as you pass by you could easily mistake Anthony’s Golden Cup for a flag retailer. He tells me that the flags were put up as a part of the World Cup fever and that he hasn’t got round to taking them down. […]

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Artisan Café

It’s great when people do things that make your life a little easier, especially when it comes to time. Table 13 has done just that. They have shuffled things around a bit to create a deli space that is geared for those on the go. This little operation goes by the name of Artisan Café […]

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Baked Bistro

It’s Bakoven. Most Capetonians may never even have heard of it. It’s a “blink-and-you’ll-miss-it” part of the Camps Bay side of the world, and Baked is just as inconspicuous as the area in which is finds itself. Owner and face of the new found gem, Zahir Mohamed, is incredibly passionate and excited about the prospects […]

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Bean There’s new roastery in Cape Town.

It’s been over a year since we first heard word of Bean There’s plans to open a roastery in Cape Town and we’re pleased to tell you that the wait is finally over. They unofficially opened the doors to their new Wale Street roastery on Monday and in celebration will be serving free coffee for […]

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Bread Milk & Honey

Bread Milk & Honey

If you find yourself strolling around town, do yourself a favour and pop into Bread Milk & Honey on Spin Street. I say strolling because it is better to stroll here, since it’s unlikely you’ll get parking in close proximity to this spot. This may seem like a bad thing in most circumstances, but it’s […]

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Cafe Frank

When a coffee shop or restaurant undergoes a name change it’s only natural to assume that the ownership has changed too.  But when such a space changes its name for other reasons, all of which are positive, it’s good to know what it’s all about. In May, Bree Street’s Rotisserie 360 undertook the new title […]

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Cafe Puka

Cafe Puka is the epitome of your neighbourhood corner coffee spot. A well-kept secret with a handful of tables and chairs and a golden retriever named Wags. They have been running for eight years and it’s easy to understand why. The food is delicious, the coffee is great and the atmosphere is friendly and inviting. […]

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Cafeen

You’ll find Cafeen tucked away on 3rd Avenue in Harfield Village. Opened in 2008, this spot oozes charm and offers a feast for not only the stomach, but also the eyes. The interior is adorned with an eclectic collection of antiques and quirky nik naks. Chandeliers hang overhead while portraits of your great-granny’s-best-friend’s-cousin peek out […]

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Citta Cafe

Citta Cafe
Shop 2 Willowbridge Mall, 39 Carl Cronje Drive , TygerValley
021 914 3999
cittatrading@mweb.co.za

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Coffee in Riebeek Kasteel

Riebeek Kasteel is a magical little town in the heart of the Swartland. There are windmills in back gardens, a beautiful old church with a steeple that could part clouds and restaurants that kick some serious butt. It’s a great spot for a quiet weekend getaway and offers the aficionado a handful of quaint coffee […]

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Cookshop

Cookshop

Although it’s still a relatively new kid on the Cape Town coffee block, Cookshop has made its mark. Situated on Hatfield Street, opposite Cape Town High School, this little spot has a lot to offer. Open for breakfast and lunch, Cookshop offers a selection of hearty and wholesome fare. While this is standard issue for […]

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