6 Bars and Speakeasies, Cape Town

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SIX SPOTS TO GET YOUR DRINK ON:

1. Asoka

A cocktail institution with Eastern influences. Crowd gets rowdy and the party goes strong until wee hours of the night.

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2. Vaudeville – Fez

Now newly named as SideShow, Fez club has been dominant in the nightlife zone, one of the places for popular DJs around the world in EDM.

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Was a perfect place to get the disco vibes goin’

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3. Julep

A speakeasy off the alley on Long Street. Feels like a cozy living room with couches and homey interiors; be ready to be social. This best kept secret bar is all about making friends and enjoying a Mint Julep or two.

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4. The Waiting Room

Again, another gem of a bar in the Long Street, follow the address, climb the stairway to get to this bar. Retro couches, drinks on the cheap, live music and a breezy rooftop, to stand around and enjoy the view of the city down under.

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Move on over to the sexy part of the town – Camps Bay. With breathtaking sunsets and sounds of the waves, the bars that line up this stretch are the most glitziest.

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5. Cafe Caprice

Beach club with sundowner drinks. Hip crowd, outdoor tables and great music makes this the #1 place to spend your evenings.

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6. Grand Cafe

Known as the Africa’s ‘Miami Mile’ in Camps Bay, Grand Cafe offers the grandeur of a colonial era for locals and the spectacular view comes for free.

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See where you should eat, while you are in Cape Town – http://freshgrub.net/cape-town-gourmands/

 

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