Here at Bay Harbour Market we’re really proud of creating a space where people of all ages and cultures can come together to celebrate South Africa’s bold, beautiful spirit. Locals and visitors alike come here to eat, drink, sing, play their guitars and meet up with old friends. Today, we received global recognition for our efforts- and it’s safe to say that we’re a little bit excited.

Flight Network – Australia’s leading online international travel agency – listed Bay Harbour Market amongst just 15 other local establishments as an absolute must-see during a 3-day getaway to our amazing Cape Town. Read on to find out just why we made the cut.

The List
Anyone who has the chance to visit our vibrant city will agree that fitting everything that Cape Town has to offer into just a few days isn’t easy. It was for this reason that Flight Network’s travel industry experts took to the challenge of creating the ultimate “Fool-Proof Guide to 72 Hours in Cape Town”. How? By hunting down the very best activities, museums, restaurants, bars and hotels that the city has to offer.

The result is this : a food, art and adventure-filled itinerary made up of only the most bucket-list-worthy destinations in Cape Town. And the coolest part? We made the list!
Why us?

Describing Bay Harbour Market as the perfect place to “get a sense” of Cape Town’s culture, the journalist goes on to praise our “countless” delicious food options, beautiful arts and crafts and locally crafted beers. A visit here, Flight Network says, will make you feel “more acquainted than ever with an authentically South African lifestyle”, making us a top option for visitors wanting to get the best of Cape Town under one single roof.

In our hearts we’ve always known it, but today we can safely say: Bay Harbour Market really is a very special place.

Say Hello
With our newly-announced “must-visit” status, we are as excited as ever to welcome new visitors to eat, drink and share some good times with us.

Whether you fancy tasting a farm-to-table burger, grooving to a township saxofonist or trying on some hand-made jewellery, come and visit us today for an authentic South African experience you won’t be forgetting any time soon.