Cape Town – Markets Guide 4Dec

Oranjezicht City Farm Market

With more than 60 traders bringing their wares to market, an abundance of fresh locally-grown vegetables, fruit, herbs and other ingredients are available. Stock the pantry with an array of bread, cheese, nuts, olive oil, spices, yoghurt, honey, ethically sourced meats, biltong, fish, and more. If you’re feeling puckish, artisanal food traders serve breakfast and lunch fare to eat at the market or for takeaway, as well as coffees, teas, juices, smoothies and other items. All tastes are catered for including vegan, banting, gluten-free, sugar-free and other dietary preferences.
Every Saturday @ 9am – 2pm
Granger Bay, V&A Waterfront

Tokai Forest Market

This market has a little bit of something for visitors of all ages. It also provides an opportunity for some family quality time and adventure. There is a great deal of fun to be had for each member of the family, from activities for the kids to shopping for the teens as well as culinary highlights for the foodies.
Every Saturday @ 9am – 2pm
Tokai Forest, Orpen Road/Spaanchemat River Road, Tokai

Fashion in the Village Market

The monthly market is the passion project of Cape Town local and fashion guru Kim Speer, who also runs the weekly Friday night Blue Bird Garage Food and Goods Market out of the same space (an old converted postal plane hangar in the heart of the suburb). While she gives much of her attention to the regular evening event, she launched the vibey daytime clothing and design fair in an effort to find expression for her long-time love of beautiful attire.
Every 1st Saturday of the month @ 11am – 4pm
Blue Bird Garage, Muizenberg, Tel: 082 3312471

Durbanville Saturday Market

With over 200 stalls you will find everything from crafts, food and plants.  Bring the kids and enjoy the market under the ancient oak trees while listening to soulful music play in the background.
Every 1st Saturday of every month @ 8:30am – 2pm
FREE
Gardens of Rust en Vrede Estate, Wellington Rd, Durbanville, Tel: 072 173 1040

Milnerton Flea Market

Cape Town’s most diverse outdoor market and famous landmark for bargain hunters!
Enjoy endless variety of used items ranging from household goods and bric-a-brac, to collectables and antiques at bargain prices.
Open weather permitting from 8am Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays
Ample free parking
Marine Drive (R27), Metro Industrial
For further info visit www.milnertonfleamarket.co.za

City Bowl Market on Hope
Pull in and get your fill of exotic eats and wholesome treats. Along with Food from around the world – breakfast and lunch Smoothies, gourmet coffee, delicious desserts, beer, wine, ginger beer, live music, beautiful clothing & jewellery, and more.
Every Thursday & Saturday
14 Hope Street, Gardens, Tel: 073 2708043

The Palms Market brings Die Platteland to City Tables
“Here we laugh, make music, and exchange hugs and chats with familiar faces. We sell food from the heart and it’s like meeting up with old friends on the village square every Saturday: shopping, eating and drinking – as like-minded people have done for centuries.”
EVERY Saturday @ 9am – 2pm
FREE parking
The Palms, 145 Sir Lowry Rd, Woodstock, (021) 462 0394
www.palms.co.za
info@palms.co.za

Alphen Antiques and Collectables Markets
A variety of items will be on sale.  Entry is free, there is ample parking and refreshments are available.
2nd & 4th Sunday of every month @ 10am – 4pm
Alphen Community Centre Hall, Constantia Main Road, Opposite Constantia Village, Tel: 084 6267499

Bay Harbour Market (Hout Bay)
An inspiring destination for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this weekend market kicks off with Friday Nite LIVE!, offering live music, at least 26 culinary experts catering to everything from Tunisian cuisine, Seafood platters, Oven-fired Pizza to gourmet Sandwiches, speciality soups and everything in-between.
Dates & times: Friday Nite LIVE!: 5 pm to 9 pm; Sunday: 9.30 am to 4 pm.
Extended trading hours on Saturdays from 16 November 2013: Saturdays 10.30am-6pm
31 Harbour Road, Hout Bay, Cape Town