If you’re interested in a slight change of pace from our previous examples, a foray to Burger & Lobster might be the perfect thing for you. This venue specialises in three hero items that they have hands-down perfected. The burger, the lobster roll or the fresh whole lobster.
This amazing “hole-in-the-wall” (very loosely said) restaurant will be putting on a special menu for NYE which will include some of the following:
The Wolf Burger, a 180g, grass-fed, steak beef burger topped with fresh lobster meat, brie cheese and black truffle infused mayonnaise.
The Whole Lobster, their famous whole lobster steamed or steamed and finished on the grill.
Sirloin on the Bone, a 5 weeks, 350g dry aged sirloin on the bone, grass fed, pasture reared Greenfields beef grilled and sliced.
Arabian nights comes to the peninsula in this desert fantasy inspired, eastern-themed extravaganza!
The celebrations are brought to you by Bazique Festival and Wolfkop Weekender, who have put together twelve hours of music and entertainment in the wonderful outdoor/indoor venue at the foot of Table Mountain.
The line up includes legendary performers such as Floyd Lavine, Kid Fonque, Dean Fuel, Toby 2 Shoes and Richard Marshall who will ensure your transition into the new year is a beautiful one.
Shimmy Beach Club in Granger Bay is at the intersection point between languid summer relaxation and high-end party excitement. Bringing together the best of dance entertainment and luxury beach environments.
With a cocktail list to die for and a line-up that rivals venues in Ibiza, this is certainly a spot that needs to go on your “must visit” list.
Submerged Sundays has been an ongoing event, in it’s seventh season, featuring our local (internationally acclaimed) dance act, Goldfish. Back from a world tour they are back to rock their favourite stomping grounds in Cape Town.
Amazing music, brilliant cocktails and plenty of delectable food items, this is a recipe for an amazing afternoon/evening out!
Enjoy the ancient Mexican traditions of the Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) with excellent limited edition Don Julio cocktails to enjoy in the venue.
The space will be transformed to visually represent the vibrancy of these traditions and complimentary face painters and makeup artists will be on hand to help transform your face into the skulls of yore.
Dance the night away in one of Cape Town’s premier exclusive nightclubs to the beats of local resident DJ’s and performers. A fantastic party venue they always throw themselves into their themed events with fervour and rich and colourful decorations.
It’s time to dust your face grey, apply liberal amounts of fake blood and hit the streets with friends, family (and even pets) for the terrifying-to-behold meandering, shuffling mayhem that is the Cape Town Zombie Walk.
The organisers help raise funds for local charities like the Lucky Lucy Foundation for abused and neglected animals, so you know that your contributions are going to a good place.
“Zombie Walk has a 100% safety record with no real blood ever spilled.” :-)
This is a great way to discover Cape Town, meet some fascinating and dedicated costume lovers and raise some money for well-deserving causes.