SA Insider Guide: A weekend plan in the Mother city

2017-05-19 21:44
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The city that never cease to amaze people when it comes to the best gigs and events around the weekend is doing it again this weekend, with a great line of things to check out. There is an exclusive wine tasting at The Rusty Oak Bistro, a cookout 10N19 and plenty more, so its up to you to decide. 

What will you be getting up to this weekend from 26 to 28 May?

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Friday, 26 May

SEE: Once again Majozi will be performing live at the Cafe Roux starting at 17:00.

DO:  Make your way to 1ON19 Apple & Chenin and explore culinary delights never attempted before in an event of sheer Epicurean Edutainment from 17:00 to 23:00.

TASTE: Exclusive wine tasting at The Rusty Oak Bistro starts at 17:00. Cost ranges from R325 per person or R599 per couple.

EXPLORE:  Join wine lovers from in and around the city for the launch of the 2017 edition of Sugarman's red wine barrel aged Belgian Quad taking place at the Woodstock Brewery Tap Room from 17:00.

Saturday, 27 May

SEE: Catch the Shred unveiling the new obstacles and having the best trick jam at The Concrete Freak Show starting at 13:00.

DO: This museum month, make your way to Gallery MOMO and experience a live exhibition titled Dress Code. Doors open at 11:00.

TASTE: For small plate fine dining, check out the Makaron Restaurant.

EXPLORE: Why not give Woodstock's hip and Funky Green Cycle Route a go?

Sunday, 28 May

SEE: Immerse yourself for an hour or two this winter in the colourful images of the underwater photography exhibition taking place the V&A Waterfront 09:00 - 19:00 and R100 grants you access. 

DO: Celebrate Africa Day eKapa 2017 supported by Mzansi Golden Economy from 18:00. Cost ranges from R100 - R150.

TASTE: In the mood for some seafood, try Kobe Sushi's menu.

EXPLORE: KAMERS/Makers is returning to Cape Town's historic Castle of Good Hope with a pop-up treasure trove of handcrafted creativity starting at 09:00 - 17:00 and R120 get's you in.

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