Bree Street, Cape Town’s hippest and most Happening Street and is the street that houses the best Cape Town has on offer. Bree Street, in all its glory, is no longer known as a street, but a destination.
Imagine this: Its Saturday morning, it’s one of those amazing sunshine days, that only Cape Town has to offer. The first scent is the aroma of freshly made coffee as you waddle down the street, plus you're greeted by a friendly face with the biggest smile you'll ever see at 9am, anywhere.
The blackboard behind the hatch is covered in chalk dreams - Making a decision here is always difficult. Take a seat after placing your order, and watch the friendly faces of Cape Town walk past your table as you sit on the sidewalk and enjoy the most delicious pastry, filled with eggs and chorizo. The latte you ordered a few minutes ago, is steaming away next to you.
This is no dream, it’s just Jason Bakery.
185 Bree Street
The coolest blue beacon has arrived in Cape Town, plus anyone visiting the city knows that we Cape Townians love to look good. The blue store is definitely eye catching, and you’ll have to go inside. This Paul Smith store has something for everyone (both men’s and women’s clothing), but don’t forget to appreciate it’s beauty while you shop till you drop. The walls are covered in newsprints, and in a weird way, you’ll feel right at home. Go on, kick your shopping up a notch!
Why not make it all about you...?
137 Bree Street
Orphanage Cocktail Bar
Trendy Orphanage Cocktail Bar is the ever so popular after work hang out for many trendy Cape Townians. Funky food thats ideal for sharing (they encourage social eating) and a decent selection of wines. Orphanage is known for their cocktails, so this is a must do when in Cape Town. When at Orphanage, be sure to take a look at the Chandelier in the entrance hall!
Go on, spoil yourself!
227 Bree Street
Bree Street is a mere 7 minute drive from Kensington Place and is a must-see experience.