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Food, Wine & Nightlife

With a melting pot of cultures and cuisines born of the 17th-century spice trade, Cape Town flaunts a long and flavourful culinary history—and you’ll find plenty of tasty evidence to prove it.
Capetonian chefs are making a global name for themselves and the eating and cooking scene is skyrocketing. Have loads of fun checking out restaurants both high-end and hole-in-the-wall, as well as contemporary and traditional; gourmet food trucks, food markets and more!
Upgrade your culinary skills, learn to make local cuisine or just have a fun evening with friends with some of the best cooking courses available.
There's plenty to do in Cape Town after dark. Explore fashionable bars, small watering holes, classy dance clubs and hotel bars. Sip on a cocktail, watching the sunset at one of Camps Bay's trendy sidewalk cafes in the summer, enjoying the gorgeous ocean views. Somerset Road in Green Point is where the main gay and lesbian clubs and bars are situated, although Cape Town in general is very tolerant of same-sex relationships. Head to Observatory for a more bohemian experience, or Long Street Long Street, in the centre of town, where you will find just about every kind of bar or club on offer, from live music and DJs to pubs, dance clubs and the more trendy and laid-back lounge variety.

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