Best places to eat in Stellenbosch (2020)

This episode covers Monday 16 March to Sunday 22 March 2020.

We start with some exciting updates in celebration of our two-year anniversary and continue the party at the annual Cape Town Carnival this weekend. Then, after enjoying great music from a new play at the Baxter Theatre, the Cape Town Concert Series, and an evening of improvised piano and painting, we end in Stellenbosch for details of the best places to eat, plus great wine tours, tastings, and pairings with popcorn, hot cross buns, and more.

(Note: Due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19, some of the events mentioned in this episode may be suspended, cancelled, or postponed. All information was accurate at the time of recording but please check with the organisers before making a booking. Take care and stay safe!)

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