We’re amped for a summer season of happy shopping at Bay Harbour! Over the years, the Bay Harbour Market has become synonymous with live local music, vivacious crowds and a wide range of traders who are always up for a chat. So, if you’re looking to add a bit of local culture to your weekend, the Bay Harbour market is where you are guaranteed to find it.
This uniquely laid-back Cape Town vibe is what the Bay Harbour market is all about and while the traders are always ready to bargain with their customers, they’re also adding to the Market’s vision of providing opportunities for the development of sustainable businesses.
With over 80 stalls offering everything from koeksisters and crayfish to gift cards and handmade jewellery… adding to the Bay Harbour Market’s tempting offerings are….
Guys of Design
We totally dig their ethos! Find Chris and Brad in their beautiful new stall filled to the brim with all things décor and design!
“Welcome to our lives and the things we create and live with.
From pieces we create to antiques we aquire, silver and jewellry to our food you'll desire. Our Lifestyle and and designs are inspired by nature...the lines , the shapes, the smells and the tastes around us.Pieces of the past, blended with things of the present , to create treasures of the future, come together in a perfect blend of harmony.”
Spaza Intshiba is a new home decor concept featuring colourful ceramics by Intshiba Crafts, historically fun cushions by Heart At Work and a range of quirky lighting and other home interior products all handmade in the Western Cape.
A 'spaza' is a small unofficial store found in all South African townships and usually operated out of someone's home.
“We invite you to our home store, Spaza Intshiba, to experience crafts that celebrate the vibrancy of South African township life and the ingenuity of its people.”
Come and pay a visit this weekend, and check out our new kids on the block!