Markets have become quite the trend these days. From pop-up vintage markets and neighbourhood gatherings to the old stalwarts. You can go to markets to buy organic produce, taste your way through craft beers or simply use them as a place to meet your mates for a meal and a drink. I have been to these markets and can recommend them if you are looking for a day out or for a few hours of browsing, sipping, scoffing and shopping.

6 markets open over New Year in and around Cape Town
So you’re stuck in limbo-land between Christmas and New Year not knowing what day it is and what you should be doing. Well why not leave the house and go visit a market! Here are five markets that are open on New Year’s Eve  and one on New Year’s Day. Read more

Market at The Range, Cape Town  
If you like food, food and more food, then this market in Tokai is just the place to spend a chilled Friday evening. There’s also wine, beer and cocktails, entertainment for the kids and live music. Read more

Groote Post Country Market
A vibrant market on a historic wine farm that makes great wines! That aside, the setting is beautiful and there’s plenty to eat, drink and buy. Kids are well catered for too and dogs on leashes are welcome. Read more