Old Biscuit Mill Market in Woodstock
This by far the most popular and original market in Cape Town. Situated in the middle of the artist quarter of Woodstock at the Old Biscuit Mill Factory, known as the Neigbhourgoods Market. Sample an impressive range of local and international dishes or browse through high quality and original hand-crafted souvenirs.

Every Saturday a vibrant mix of locals and tourists gathers to listen to the sounds of local bands and taste their way through delicious food & beverages.

Root 44 Market
Situated on the scenic route between Somerset West and Stellenbosch in the middle of the wine regions, next to a large strawberry field, with amazing views all the way to Cape Town and the Table Mountain Range, this market focuses also on local designers and craftmanship in addition to the lovely food & drinks selection on offer. Open every weekend and always well visited.

Hout Bay Harbour Market
A very popular market in the middle of the Hout Bay Harbour opens every weekend to a festive gathering of locals and visitors alike. Next to the usual market flair with a lovely selection of great food & drinks, you also find a great selection of innovative local artists at work and alternating bands playing. A market not to be missed, starting Fridays and ending on Sundays every week.

Cape Point Vineyard Market
In midst of the vineyards of the southernmost wine farm, the Cape Point Vineyard in Noordhoek Valley, with the most amazing views over the entire Noordhoek and Kommetjie Beachfront known as Long Beach, is the setting for one of most beautiful events of the week. Filled with locals as well as visitors this popular venue is a well-loved meeting point for all on a Thursday late afternoon.

Take a picnic blanket with you as the tables can fill up quickly and celebrate the end of the day in style, with a good glass of the local wine and a great selection of foods while gazing at the sunset over this beautiful valley and bay at the Atlantic seaside.

Noordhoek Village Market
Every Wednesday afternoon, the lovely Noordhoek Village adds a special event and brings some additional flavour to its already perfect village style set up of restaurants, pubs, deli’s and shops, also including a hotel and children’s playground. This is where the locals meet and get together in a village lifestyle type setting and also enjoy live music, festive gatherings and come here daily for breakfast, lunches or business meetings. A small but interesting food market within the protected village setting.

V&A Waterfront Market
The permanent food market at the busy V&A Waterfront is a great addition to this vibrant hub filled with entertainment, sightseeing possibilities, shopping & restaurants. The perfect way to sample different food without having to sit down for a lengthy meal while taking time to explore all the Waterfront has to offer.

A very delicious food & beverage selection suited perfectly to the upmarket style of this venue.