Abalone House, a cosy boutique hotel in Paternoster with eclectic architecture and decadent splashes of luxury, is celebrating the departure of a particularly wet ‘n’ windy winter with two gastronomic experiences.
Tanda Tula sits in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve on the edge of Kruger National Park and captures the essence of the safari camp, seeming to transport visitors back to an earlier age of wildlife vacations.
These days there’s so much happening in the South African beer world that it can be tough to keep up, so here’s a rundown of some of the events happening as spring springs – plus a bit of beer news.
Fantastic food and wine pairing evenings at the Cape Grace in Cape Town
The Craft Beer Project’s Hop ‘n’ Vine Festival, a celebration of all things beer, will be held at Simon’s, Groot Constantia on 20 and 21 July.
before the next slew of beer fests arrive I would like to present to you the first probably-not-annual Beer Festival Awards of South Africa.
Designed to plug the cold-sweat inducing voids between episodes of Masterchef SA, the Nederburg Mystery Tasting Experience is part education, part gastronomy and part game – a perfect pairing in my eyes.
The Bridge Street Brewery in Port Elizabeth is sleek and sexy, its beers infinitely drinkable and its manager affable and welcoming.
After the success of last year’s inaugural event, it’s no surprise that the TOPS Gugulethu Wine Festival is rolling out the red carpet again this year on 25 and 26 May 2012.
If you like your pint with a side of rustic solitude, you probably won’t find a more fitting spot than the Misty Meadows Brewery, just outside George.