The roof top Pot Luck Club and sister restaurant The Test Kitchen are Cape Towns hottest restaurants right now. Based in the regenerated factory site of the Old Biscuit Mill complex in Woodstock, expect experimental beautifully presented plates. But make sure you book way in advance, I’m talking weeks, the waiting lists are insane. Alternatively you could always go there for lunch.
Long Street and Central Cape Town
Long Street and the surrounding roads Kloof, Bree and Loop Street are filled with shops, bars and restaurants, the crowd seems to gets more sophisticated (less students and tourists) as Long Street heads into Kloof. Here are some fun venues I checked out, with a little help from my Capetonian friends:
Head to Tjing Tjing just off Long Street for rooftop cocktails and posing.
If indie music is more your scene head to the mosh pit dance floor at Aces and Spades.
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