Bree Street opens its doors to Open Streets on Sunday!

Bree Street 2Bree Street is once again welcoming city-dwellers and tourists to visit the trendy foodie street on Sunday 17 January, when the street will be closed to traffic, many of its restaurants will be open, and entertainment will be offered in the street. It is the second such event in a year.

Open Streets is an international initiative, which allows the residents of an area to ‘reclaiming their streets as public space‘. The purpose is to enjoy the traffic-free street for the day, have fun or exercise on it, listen to live music, and so help to break down social divisions in the city.

Starting at 10h00 and running until 15h00, one would park in the area, and then cycle, skateboard, or walk to Bree Street. One would then walk from one direction to another, and enjoy the fun entertainment, as well as meeting old friends and make new acquaintances. Best is to bring a hat, sunscreen, and comfortable shoes for the outing.

Cape Town’s ‘hippest block‘ according to Wall Street Journal, and ‘most fashionable street’ according to Conde Nast Traveler, Bree Street is dominated by restaurants, but there are also art galleries, Open_Streets_logodecor outlets, fashion boutiques, and jewellery outlets.  Businesses which will be participating on Sunday are:

Yovita Caffe
Youngblood Arts and Culture Development
The Odyssey Gastropub
The Nunnery
Revolution Cycles Cape Town
SAM (South African Market)
Skinny laMinx
Simply Asia
SEXY FOOD
Robert Sherwood Design
Puma Select
Perfect Gift
Orphanage Cocktail Emporium
Orinoco Flavours of Latin America
O’Jangles
Merry Pop Ins
Medsport SA
Max Bagels
Macway
Litttle Saints
Latitude 33
La Parada Tapas Restaurant & Bar
Jo-Al’s Kiosk
Inside & You’re Out
issi
HQ
The House Of Machines
Hard Pressed Café
G2 Art
Folk Coffee Anthropology
Elixir Cafe
Dapper Coffee Co.
Culture Club Cheese
Club9
Clarke’s bar and dining room
Charango Grill & Bar
Cape Heritage Hotel
Café Frank
Breakaway Café
Borage Bistro
Bocca
Birds Cafe
Barnet Fair Barber shop
Bacon on Bree
ARCADE

Open Streets, Bree Street, Cape Town. www.openstreets.co.za  Twitter: @BreeStreet

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