Vibrant & diverse Cape Town nightlife

Cape Town has a vibrant night life for every person’s taste. As a local, the party scene is normally an extension of a “chilled” dinner or drinks that turn into a great night out.

There are always event and parties happening around the city, especially during our summer season, so be sure to follow us on our social network channels (Facebook and Twitter), to keep updated on the happenings around town, and the parties not to be missed.

Drinking and driving is strictly monitored in South Africa, so we give us a call to arrange a transfer for you. Or take down the number for a taxi service to get you around after dark.

Cafe Caprice

Website: www.cafecaprice.co.za

Contact: +27 21 438 8315

Situated on the Camps Bay strip, Caprice is a Cape Town institution. It’s famous for Sunday sundowners where you can enjoy a delicious meal and cocktails while overlooking Camps Bay Beach.

Arrive straight from the beach in your bathing costumes and beach dresses and enjoy the sunset. An evening at Caprice will often turn into a great party night as the DJ plays some well known tunes to keep you jamming.

Wafu

Wafu is the upper level of the popular Sushi restuarant, Wakame. Walking distance from our properties in Mouille Point, it’s the perfect spot for some great sushi and drinks over looking the ocean.

This cosmopolitan bar/ restaurant is great for a chilled “pre drink” get together with friends.

The Power and the Glory

Website: www.ilovecoffee.co.za/2011/02/08/the-power-the-glory/

Contact: +27 21 422 2108

Known as the local “hipster” hangout, The Power and the Glory is a very laid back drinks venue where you can stop in have a bite to eat and a beer. It’s situated just below Rafikis in the City Bowl, another easy-going restaurant where you can watch sportsgames, drink beer and eat pizza.

Both spots are located at the bottom of Kloofnek road, a 10 minute drive from Camps Bay.

Neighbourhood

Website: www.goodinthehood.co.za

Contact: +27 21 424 7260

Neighbourhood, as it’s name suggests, is a friendly bar situated in the heart of Long Street. A great place to have a drink and play a game of pool. It is also in close proximity to other bars and clubs in town, which means that you can walk and experience these venues as the night progresses. A night on Long street is a great way to enjoy the vibrant energy of Cape Town.

Just becareful of the beggars and street kids who will tell you anything to make some money, and are crafty little pick-pocketers.

Fireman’s Arms Pub

Website: www.firemansarms.co.za

Contact: +27 21 419 1513

Located in the city centre, Fireman’s Arms dates back to 1906. It is always well frequented and is open for lunches and a great spot to check out a sports game. on the corner of Buitengracht and Mechay Streets.

Gay Venues

De Waterkant is a trendy area that has become well known as the Gay village of Cape Town. Here, numerous cafes, bars, restaurants and clubs cater for the gay community.

Bronx is a popular club that stays open to the early hours of the morning. And Beef Cakes is a great restaurant for burgers with Gay entertainment for anyone who’d like to experience something different.

During the summer months, outdoor rave, trance and ambient parties are held at various venues, usually in stunning locations in the vineyards or forests around Cape Town. These aren’t always well advertised so you’ll need to ask around for details. Make sure you’re signed up to our Facebook and Twitter channels for all the latest information.