There’s always something to do in Cape Town and this weekend have you two choices; you can either take it easy or party karate. Whatever your vibe we’ve put together a list of three awesome events you can’t miss out on this weekend.
Black Bottle’s Secret Speak Easy Basement Trysts – Friday 17 October
Do you still need plans for tonight? Well, you might just be able to crack a nod to the party where all the cool kids will be hanging out. Black Bottle’s Secret Speak Easy is a pop up bar were invited guests get the chance to spend the night in The Black Bar in the basement of an iconic and historic club in Cape Town. All you need to do to be invited is apply!
Venue: TBA when entry confirmed.
Time: The bar is open every Friday night in October with sessions at 19:30 and 21:00.
Visit www.theblackbar.co.za for more information.
Gourmet Braai and Wine Festival – Saturday 18 October
If your girlfriend is nagging you to do something civilized this weekend then this is the perfect compromise – a braai for you and wine for her. Dig into some of the best braai food you will probably ever eat with acclaimed South African chef and braai master, Bertus Basson at Hidden Valley Wines.
Venue: Overture Restaurant, Hidden Valley, Annandale Rd, R44, Stellenbosch.
Cost: R 420 including a bottle of Hidden Valley Sauvignon Blanc or Pintage.
Visit www.hiddenvalleywines.com for more information.
The Grand White Party at St Yves – Saturday 18 October
If you’re looking for a cracker of a party then head to Camps Bay this Saturday night. Dress in all-white for this epic night out at one of Cape Town’s hottest clubs. DJ Mike Play and Acoustic Element will perform live on stage and make sure you dance all night long.
Venue: St Yves, Beach Road, Camps Bay.
Cost: R105 per person. No under 18s allowed.
Visit styvesnightclub.co.za for more information.