This episode covers Monday 19 August to Sunday 25 August 2019.
We begin with music events: the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra continuing the spring symphony season at City Hall, the Stellenbosch City Orchestra paying tribute to James Bond at Lourensford Wine Estate, and Kalk Bay Theatre’s Man Band. We then start the weekend with restaurant specials and pub lunches (including a new offering from The Test Kitchen, Africa’s number one restaurant) and end with plenty of great prizes from the ENTERTAINER’s partner pubs all over Cape Town.
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Here are this week’s links:
- Friday Restaurant Specials in Cape Town 2019
- Saturday Restaurant Specials in Cape Town 2019
- Sunday Restaurant Specials in Cape Town 2019
- Great pub lunch specials in South Africa
- Breaking: The Test Kitchen to start serving pub grub
- Ye Olde Test Kitchen: Pop-Up Pub Grub by Luke Dale Roberts
- Watch: The Test Kitchen’s new pub grub lunches
Here are some of the ENTERTAINER’s partner pubs in Cape Town:
- Springboks Pub in Newlands
- The Flaming Fox in Parklands
- The Victorian Times in Fish Hoek
- Vortex Pub and Grill in Claremont
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