Cape Town pumps with different markets throughout the week. From clothing, food, vintage to just plain craziness, there’s a market that will suit every person somewhere in the Mother City.
Neighbour Goods Market
Get a little gourmet Saturday treatment from 9am to 2pm. The bustling Neighbour Goods Market is every foodies dream, stocking over 100 speciality traders including fine food, wine and local farmers. There are plenty of chutneys, cheeses cakes and wines for you to sample here. A little forward planning for that pay-day picnic never hurt anyone.
373-375 Albert Road | Woodstock
No money for a wine tour? Wine Concepts at Lifestyle on Kloof offer free, daily tastings. They have wines that you won’t find in the supermarket, sourced from top wine estates such as, Cederberg and Noble Hill, and small independent garages. These guys supply the connoisseurs of the grape world.
Lifestyle Centre | 50 Kloof Street
City Bowl Market
The City Bowl Market in Hope Street is a wonderful creation consisting of stalls featuring vintage clothing, great coffee, Nutella-filled crépes, wooden arts and crafts and so much more. Walking around and chatting to the warm and friendly locals will cost you absolutely nothing. The market is open every Saturday between 9am and 2pm.
City Bowl Market | Hope Street
Bay Harbour Market
Described as “a real place for real people” the Bay Harbour Market, also informally called the Hout Bay Market, is the epitome of Cape Town’s relaxed atmosphere. Trading times are Friday 5pm to 9pm; and Saturday and Sunday 9:30am to 4pm. Keep it real, keep it free and head down to this original and interesting gathering to see what beautiful things people are creating. Bay Harbour Market | 31 Harbour Road | Hout Bay