It’s just a road up from the Sea Point Promenade, so perfect for a post-run brekky and, because it’s frequented by the workout crowd (S.W.E.A.T.1000 and Concept Studio are just down the road), you won’t feel out of place in your sweaty gear. Go for the egg-white omelette (with gluten-free bread), red beetroot juice and an almond-milk flat white. The bacon is free-range and so is the boerewors. Bonus? Jarryd himself is not hard on the eye… Go early to avoid queues. Jarryds.com 3/Best Treat Honest Chocolate Believe it: chocolate can be good for you! When it’s dark, organic and raw, like the treats you’ll find at this eatery on Wale Street. At 88 percent, Afraid Of The Dark is the real deal. Also try the sweet-potato chocolate brownies and the dairy-free ice cream.
Best Way To Get Around Cycling Don’t let parking you out! Cape Town has plen of cycling lanes. If you don’t h.ivo a bike, hire one outside the Sea Point Pavilion and explore the neighbourhood on your own terms (R50/hour). If sitting on a bike for hours sounds less than appealing, take the MyCiTi bus – public transport is more environmentally friendly. MyCiTi.org.za Supping along the Waterfront canals Stand-up paddle boarding is a great workout and you get to explore the beauty of the Waterfront from a different angle.
First-timer? Hire equipment and get an hour-long lesson for R200 through SUP Cape Town. SupCapeTown.co.za Best Juice Bar Cold Press Juice Bar Pop into the Cape Quarter in De Waterkant for a nutrient kick! We love Cold Press’ variety of elixirs with creative names, like the Pop My Berry and Kaleifornication green juice. ^ J Cold Press Best Hike Lion’s Head You can be up and down in less than two hours. The terrain includes a gravel road, stairs, ladders and chains at the very top. The reward? The breathtaking views of the city and the Atlantic Seaboard. Grab a torch and go on full moon. Entrance is free.
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