During the winter months HYPE MEDIA will launch the inaugural DISCO SAFARI with Dean FUEL & friends at Orphanage Cocktail Emporium. The swagalishious safari will take place every Saturday night from 9pm.
Dean FUEL & friends will preside over the party animals with cutting edge house, nu funk and disco beats. Dean FUEL is one of South Africa’s top DJs; and every week the supporting line-up will change, rotating a select group of Cape Town’s best DJ talent.
Let out your inner beast at Saturday night’s new DISCO SAFARI; and remember monkey business is not only allowed, but encouraged!
Source: Courtney Reece from Hype Media*
Are you excited for the long Easter weekend? Thinking of doing something festive with your family and friends? We found some fun things for you and your friends and family to enjoy over the long weekend. So take advantage of our beautiful City and the gorgeous weather while you still can.
Awaken the connoisseur in you this Easter with a unique opportunity to mix and match an assortment of decadent chocolates with some of the finest selections of wines blended by the Durbanville Hills Wine Estate. This is a great way to celebrate Easter with a group of friends and appreciate the combination of five wines paired with the flavours of various cocoa delights. The wine tastings are hosted daily and if you want to awaken your senses then this is definitely something to consider. Visit the Durbanville Wine Valley website to make a booking or for more information.
2.) Easter Menu at Pure Restaurant
From 27-31 March 2013 Pure Restaurant at the beautiful Hout Bay Manor will be preparing a special seaside Easter Menu to invigorate the taste buds. The main course includes farmed salmon trout prepared with Asian baby salad, topped with tom yum dressing and complimented with a duo of garlic chickpea puree. Satisfy your sweet tooth with oven baked chocolate hot-cross bun pudding, set with raspberry coulis and finished off with ice cream for dessert. To reserve a table you can call Pure Restaurant at 021 791 9393 or visit their website.
3.) Easter Egg Hunting on Table Mountain
A magical day of fun and egg-citment is set to take place at the top of our majestic Table Mountain this Easter Sunday. Bring your kids along, because at 10am the Easter Bunny, Easter Fairy and the Mad Hatter will be waiting to lead the littles ones on an Easter egg treasure hunt adventure they’ll never forget. Face painting, songs, competitions and a tea party are all in store for the day. Adults are all welcome to join in the festivities. For more information check out the Table Mountain website.
Market on the Wharf is described by many as Cape Town’s ultimate food destination, situated in the city’s most beloved tourism hotspot, the V&A Waterfront (located between the Two Oceans Aquarium and the V&A Hotel). Since opening its doors in December 2012, Market on the Wharf has delivered on its promise to provide a world-class fresh food and produce market with a delicious selection of international food, as well as locally produced and organic food. It really doesn’t get any fresher or better than this!
Ruth Munitz, a well travelled entrepreneur and the brains behind this development said: “I found it weird that we had the people and the produce, yet we didn’t have the market. When you look at how the market culture has grown in Cape Town, you see the need for a big market.”
Some of the treats available at the market include gourmet meaty burgers, quality pies, croissants, macaroons, a wide variety of coffee, sushi, prime-cut steak, fresh fish, olives, flowers, cheese and international dishes from Taiwanese Dim-Sum to Mediteranean dishes that will make your mouth water. The market works on a “from farm to fork philosophy”.
Here you have the option of enjoying a delightful dinner with your loved one or just popping in to get something tasty to take home. If you plan on spending the day at the market then you have to sink your teeth into some delicious halloumi samoosas, caramalised onion and cheddar quiche or an authentic Argentinian gourmet empanada with an array of fillings from chicken and chorizo to butternut and blue cheese. No meal is complete without dessert so make sure you try one of the many varieties of fudges, chocolates, pastries, waffles, ice creams and frozen yogurts… YUM! We really want to go back to the market now.
Trading from 9.30am – 6.00pm on Wednesday to Sunday, this food mecca is perfect for a Saturday morning brunch, a lunchtime date or your Sunday grocery shopping. Go experience the goodness, the journey of flavours and the jubilant atmosphere at Market on the Wharf.
For more information about the Market and operating hours visit their website.