Three New hotspots you should consider checking out.
Cape Town: Momiji Lounge
The well-loved speakeasy, Tjing Tjing Rooftop Bar has new offerings to entice people, one being Momiji Lounge. At the reservations-only Momiji Lounge, guests can enjoy a wide selection of speciality spirits, cocktails, Japanese whisky, sake and a distinctive wine list to complement the food. This chic, intimate space can be booked for private celebrations, after-work sundowners or pre-dinner drinks.
165 Longmarket St, CBD, Cape Town
021 422 4374
Kwazulu-Natal: Graffiti Cafe
This newly opened cafe ticks all the boxes for dining out in a group. From steaks and seafood and Italian pastas, to burgers and light sandwiches – there is something for everyone in your party. This upbeat establishment with retro ambience showcases the inspiration behind its name, with colourful graffiti covering most walls. It’s a fantastic spot to stop by for its comprehensive drinks menu, and it’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Sunday.
65 Overport Drive, Berea Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
031 836 6081
Johannesburg: The Jerk Company
The focus at the Jerk Company is on the traditional, so expect authentic Jamaican and other Caribbean flavours. Jerk is a traditional way of cooking in Jamaica where meat is either dry-rubbed or wet marinated with a hot-spice mixture. A section of the menu is dedicated to this, with jerk chicken, riblets and wings. Get a taste of island life without even leaving Joburg!
16 4th Street Wynberg, Sandton
011 486 6001
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