Category Archives: Craft Beer

Apollo beer – Vegan / vegetarian friendly beer

Quality craft beer Cape Town

Apollo Brewing Company are the 1st brewery in Cape Town to source a settling agent alternative to Gelatin (Beef/Horse/Pig derived).

Vegecoll by Laffort is a potato based product which aids the settling of proteins in beer to help produce a clear beer.

Tel: 081 725 3959
Website: www.apollobeer.com
FB: /ApolloBeer
Twitter: /ApolloBeer

96 Winery Road Restaurant – Stellenbosch Helderberg

Free range beef, free to roam on the Zandberg farm, grass fed and hormone free.

Premier eating, without the pretentious need to dress up.
Prepare for fine wine and quality dining!

Check out their Facebook page for numerous winter special bargains.

Tel: 021 842 2020
Zandberg Farm, Winery Road (Off R44 between Stellenbosch and Somerset West)
Website: www.96wineryroad.co.za
FB: /96WineryRoad
Twitter: /96WineryRoad

Woodlands Eatery – Vredehoek Cape Town

At the foot of Cape Town’s stunning table mountain are the slopey charming streets of Vredehoek.

A charming & cosy eat out experience.

Gluten free pizza options available!
Gluten free craft beer from Red Sky Brew!

Latest news: Now serving hand-picked fresh produce from the Oranjezicht CityFarm. Open to the public every Wednesday between 4pm and 6pm, one is able to pick an incredible selection of locally grown seasonal produce.

Tel: 021 801 5799. 2 Deer Park Drive, Vredehoek, Cape Town

Website: http://www.thewoodlandseatery.co.za/
FB: /pages/The-woodlands-eatery/218358671537245
Twitter: @WoodlandsEatery

Cape Town Markets – Community

Oranjezicht CityFarm

The Oranjezicht City Farm is a non-profit project celebrating local food, culture and community in Cape Town, South Africa.

They’re always looking for volunteers. Be sure to join their Facebook page to get the latests news.

Open to the public every Wednesday between 4pm and 6pm, one is able to pick an incredible selection of locally grown seasonal produce. Really worth checking out and supporting.

Tel: 021 801 5799. corner of Sidmouth Avenue and Upper Orange Street, Oranjezicht, adjacent to Homestead Park. Cape Town city centre

Website: http://www.ozcf.co.za/
FB: /OZCFarm
Twitter: @OZCFarm

City Bowl Market on Hope

City Bowl Market on Hope is becoming the place where Cape foodies meet.
Relax at this fun market every Thursdays (16:30 – 20:30) and Saturdays (09:00 – 14:00)

Enjoy live music, good company and delicious food from around the world.
Their mission is to be a viable and sustainable, independent, quality food market, rooted in the local community

Address: 14 Hope Street, Gardens, Cape Town

Website: http://www.citybowlmarket.co.za/
FB: /CityBowlMarket
Twitter: @CityBowlMarket

City Bowl Market vendors to check out:

The Hungry Herbivore (Raw vegan meals / Desserts / Snacks)

FB: /HungryHerbivore
Twitter: @HungryHerbivore

 

Namaste Cape Town Waterfront

Vegan & vegetarian indian street food at its best right here in Cape Town @ the Waterfront’s Market on the Wharf.
Filling lunchtime rice pancakes cramped full of vegan delights, spicy dhal infused soup, etc. See menu screenshot below.

You can find them in the upstairs section of the market and enjoy your meal in chilled Indian lounge setting.

Tel: 076 518 5315.
Website: http://www.marketonthewharf.co.za/the-market/
FB: /VaFoodMarket

Bay Harbour The Market Hout Bay

Packed full of vendors who are leading way forward with conscientious food. This is a market not to be missed!

Website: http://www.bayharbour.co.za/

FB: /pages/Cape-Country-Lamb/141019789248441
Twitter: @BayHarbourMkt

Bay harbour market vendors to check out:

Cape Country Lamb (Organic free range meat)

“Our A Grade lamb is sourced from farms using low stress stock handling techniques and is free from unnecessary additives, hormones and preservatives.
This enables us to guarantee the free range lamb that you get is 100% organically produced and can be traced back to its farm of origin.”

FB: /pages/Cape-Country-Lamb/141019789248441

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House of Machines – Cape Town city centre

Be sure to read House of Machine’s website “about” page: An ‘old vs new’ décor, honouring both man and machine.

Motorbikes and man stuff galore!

Open from 7am on weekdays, the café offers an range of locally-source healthy meals.

Cashew granola and ‘avo on toast’, and serves up a devilish cup of the black gold, in their exclusive espresso brand, Evil Twin.
The 100% organic arabica bean is grown in the rich fertile soils of Honduras, sourced from a single estate, where they are shade-grown, free from any of the pesticides, chemicallydrenched fertilizers or crap that might find its way into your cup”

Tel: 021 426 1400. Shortmarket Street. Cape Town
Website: http://www.thehouseofmachines.com
FB: /TheHouseOfMachines

Banana Jam Cafe – Kenilworth Cape Town

Headquarters of South Africa’s CRAFT BEER REVOLUTION.
A phenomenal range of both local and imported beers.

Their Caribbean menu takes a step out of the ordinary: All chicken and eggs are free range.

Tel: 021 674 0186. 157 2nd Avenue, Harfield Village, Kenilworth, Cape Town

Website: http://www.bananajamcafe.co.za
FB: /Pages/Banana-Jam-Cafe/159500330781316
Twitter: @BananaJamCafe