From Third Culture Experiment to Osteria Vincenzo, we shout out some alternative dining experiences across South Africa.
Food and Beverages
From discovering inner-city wine routes to learning the art of distillation, here’s what you can experience from these clubs reshaping wine, whisky and gin culture.
Photographer Mpumelelo Macu attended the annual Visa Street Food Fest in Jozi to capture the vibe.
We chat to vendors at the Visa Street Food Festival 2017 about what it takes to run a food truck, and spotlight a few stall you don’t want to miss at the event.
A list of incredible tea houses to visit across Africa that offer fragrant, ethical and artisanal tea blends.
We need more non-commercial, experimental art spaces. We chat to Claire May van Blerck about her new project that’s doing something about this.
Find out how Heineken® create ‘Edible Music’ and uses synthetic synaesthesia as the key to unlock the next level of creative experience.
This weekend we made our way to the sixth annual Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair. Here’s a visual round-up of our fave finds.
A Pholoso Selebogo styled fashion editorial gives us a window into another world and we’re taking a peek inside Joburg’s new smile-inducing restaurant Mr Big Stuff.
We’re getting lost in an archive of important moments in history, gaping at a 1600 sq ft chalk mural and looking at some gorgeous, whimsical paintings.
The Corner Cafe in Glenwood is an eco-eatery out to save the planet one cappuccino at a time. It’s also the quintessential local spot ; when you meet someone in Durban for a coffee or whatever, you meet them at The Corner Cafe.
The Glenwood Bakery in Durban sells steaming hot mouth-watering loaves of carb goodness and offers a welcome place to chill and contemplate the ships do their thing in the harbour.
All-round creative Yang Zhao has most recently been focussing her time and enterprising energy on reintroducing Dim Sum as a food concept, a dining culture, and a medium for communication and conversation.
The first Winter Sculpture Fair presented by MasterCard took place over the weekend. The event offered visitors a new kind of experience – we’ve had food and wine, we’ve had art shows, we’ve even had food, wine and design– but an event with sculpture as its key focus is a first in South Africa.
Andrea Burgener is at the heart and in the kitchen of Joburg’s favourite eatery, The Leopard. She is well known for her creative approach, which extends well beyond the culinary, infusing her décor flair, and restaurant’s ethos.