Trevyn and Ju­lian’s ideal day in the city .....

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Be­fore start­ing the day in the city, we’ll en­joy break­fast in our gar­den with in­cred­i­ble fresh pro­duce from the sub­lime Olive Branch Deli in the Life­style Cen­tre. One cof­fee spot that can’t be beat is Run Rab­bit Run Cof­fee Roast­ery at Con­rad Hicks’ The

Bi­jou Black­smith. We love to visit the Zeitz MOCAA for the most in­cred­i­ble ar­chi­tec­tural rein­ven­tion of an im­por­tant build­ing by Thomas Heather­wick, with work by some of our favourite artists like Nandipha Mn­tambo, Athi-pa­tra Ruga and Mo­hau Modis­ak­eng.lunchtime calls for sneak­ing away from work to meet friends at the Yard – a grand foodie em­po­rium by the leg­endary Abi­gail Bisogno with fu­sion In­dian and lux­u­ri­ous leather ban­quette seat­ing; In the evening, when we aren’t at home, you will find us hav­ing a sub­lime cock­tail at the Out­rage of Mod­esty;

Din­ners are al­ways spe­cial when we are at the Short­mar­ket Club - as the at­mos­phere and ser­vice feels like be­ing back at The Ivy in Lon­don, but the food is su­per fresh, in­ven­tive and even bet­ter; af­ter din­ner we might visit the Cape Town Com­edy Club or Jazz in the Crypt in Saint Ge­orge’s Cathe­dral – both world class venues.

From top left, Im­bizo, 2018 - Chuma Maweni; Trevyn and Ju­lian Mcgowan Op­po­site, Lezanne van Heer­den, South­ern Guild gallery di­rec­tor at the Silo

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