This episode covers Monday 22 July to Sunday 28 July 2019.
We start with two music events: Megan-Geoffrey Prins in a solo piano recital at the Baxter Theatre and the final classical music evening at the Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel. We then cover three food festivals (the Beer and Bacon Festival, the Woodstock Winter Beer Festival, and the Drizzled Winter Music and Food Festival) before looking at the best restaurants in Woodstock (one of which is also the best restaurant in Africa) and highlighting three local finalists for the international Restaurant and Bar Design Awards.
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Here are this week’s links:
- The 20 Best Restaurants in Woodstock 2019
- How this SA brand went from bug ice cream to insect-inspired grub
- Breaking: South African restaurant named one of the best in the world
- Sommelier’s day off: Where to eat in Cape Town – according to The Test Kitchen’s Tinashe Nyamudoka
- RESTAURANT & BAR DESIGN AWARDS SHORTLIST 2019
- Five SA restaurants shortlisted for international design awards
- New La Parada at V&A Waterfront
- Watch: FYN, Cape Town’s newest rooftop restaurant
- The Skotnes Restaurant at Norval Foundation: Dining at an Art Museum
- Norval Foundation Art Museum: Current Exhibitions
- The Skotnes Restaurant: Winter Special
- Norval Concerts: Reza Khota Quartet
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- 10 things that are better during winter in Cape Town
- Secluded winter getaways in the Cape
- Best winter restaurant specials