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Things to do in Sea Point

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Trail
“If you like evening or morning walks, the Sea Point Promenade is a beautiful walk next to the ocean, there are often dog walkers, runners and cyclists on this route. If you're feeling up to it, you can walk all the way around the cost to Clifton beaches and end up in Camps Bay. ”
  • 155 locals recommend
Steakhouse
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“Classic Italian food with ocean views. Beg (or if needed, bribe) the Maître d' for a table on the terrace. The waiting staff have been around for 20+yrs, the appetiser bread is to die for and what's better than settling into a sofa under the trees for a relaxed glass of Sauvignon Blanc while watching the world go by? 281 Beach Rd”
  • 96 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“Little Italy in the Mother City - best pizza in town, great pasta, a true institution. When that's where the Italians eat and the owner / manager / host is Italian, you know its the real deal. Lovely wood fireplace adds to the laid-back atmosphere and homely feeling. Also our go-to for pizza take away - never more than 15mins from placing the order if they're not too busy. 323 Main Rd, Sea Point”
  • 99 locals recommend
Market
“A short stroll from 802 The Glengariff, this market has been open for a few years now and has been very popular with locals and tourists. Open every day from about 8am. They often have live music on Friday or Saturday evenings. From their website "This vibrant market space boasts around 45 food, home and clothing stalls in a 2 000-square-metre area and is a welcome addition to the Sea Point scene, where the Promenade is a mere stone’s throw away. Why you’ll love it It’s quite unique to have a sea-facing market on Sea Point’s bustling Regent Road that sells clothing, jewellery, accessories and homeware, with an upstairs section with chairs and tables. We are happy to inform you that most food stalls have upgraded to bamboo and other biodegradable cutlery."”
  • 82 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“La Mouette not only offers ever changing menus, but prides itself on the meticulous selection of complimentary wines carefully selected by in-house wine list consultant. La Mouette restaurant is housed in an original feature tudor home and has 2 floors, 4 dining rooms, 6 fireplaces, a bar / lounge area as well as a cobblestone courtyard outside – perfect for cozy winter dining by the fire or summer dining al fresco under the stars.”
  • 70 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“Bootlegger Coffee Company, a series of coffee shops in Cape Town. The BCC is unapologetically passionate about great coffee and inspired people.”
  • 82 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Good for a Casual Breakfast/Lunch and sundowners. They often have live music on weekend afternoons. This little spot is across from the Promenade and the lawn where a lot of the paragliders land. The Avo Toast is delicious and great for sharing - it easily serves two! ”
  • 80 locals recommend
Modern European Restaurant
“Hip cross between a New York speakeasy and a Parisian cafe, with music and a Mediterranean menu ”
  • 40 locals recommend
Bistro
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“Grilled beef fillet with mushroom risotto and mushroom sauce is soooo good we've even ordered it as take out! The rest of the menu is also delicious, but that mushroom risotto... njum! 341 Main Rd, Sea Point”
  • 61 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
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“Good Centre, has a nice Woolworths, Vida e Caffe Coffee and a few other shops and restaurants”
  • 55 locals recommend
Pool
“On the promenade, you can walk, watch the dolphins and whales or mingle with the locals. This is a 5km stretch along the sea front. Always busy and always a great experience.”
  • 87 locals recommend
Hotel Bar
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“In the market for a drink (and something to eat) with a view? Grab an outside table at Harveys on a sunny day - views of the ocean and tandem paragliders spiralling down to a landing on the promenade lawn. 221 Beach Rd”
  • 53 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Great for breakfast (& lunch)! A trendy eatery which means the that on weekend mornings the queue can be out to the pavement (20-25min wait). 90 Regent Rd”
  • 49 locals recommend
Trail
“There's nothing like a walk, run or hire a bike for a ride along this iconic promenade, which stretches most of the seaboard. Stop for an ice-cream along the way!”
  • 60 locals recommend
Café
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“Kleinsky's made their name as THE go to place for the best New York style bagels in Cape Town. Recently moved to new larger premises with more seating, but same friendly staff. Avo and cream cheese on sesame bagel and a double espresso for me - every time! Or take one to-go and enjoy it from a promenade bench overlooking the waves - you might just spot a whale / pod of dolphins. 92 Regent Rd”
  • 47 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“ A wellness and lifestyle destination that redefines what you expect from shopping malls in Sea Point, Cape Town. Imagine a single point where you can meet up with friends for coffee, enjoy an invigorating workout at one of South Africa’s premier gyms, and grab your groceries on the way out. What if you could do all this within an airy, naturally lit building that has set new architectural standards in the area? The Point experience encompasses this and so much more.”
  • 25 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Steakhouse
“Classic Italian food with ocean views. Beg (or if needed, bribe) the Maître d' for a table on the terrace. The waiting staff have been around for 20+yrs, the appetiser bread is to die for and what's better than settling into a sofa under the trees for a relaxed glass of Sauvignon Blanc while watching the world go by? 281 Beach Rd”
  • 96 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“Little Italy in the Mother City - best pizza in town, great pasta, a true institution. When that's where the Italians eat and the owner / manager / host is Italian, you know its the real deal. Lovely wood fireplace adds to the laid-back atmosphere and homely feeling. Also our go-to for pizza take away - never more than 15mins from placing the order if they're not too busy. 323 Main Rd, Sea Point”
  • 99 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“La Mouette not only offers ever changing menus, but prides itself on the meticulous selection of complimentary wines carefully selected by in-house wine list consultant. La Mouette restaurant is housed in an original feature tudor home and has 2 floors, 4 dining rooms, 6 fireplaces, a bar / lounge area as well as a cobblestone courtyard outside – perfect for cozy winter dining by the fire or summer dining al fresco under the stars.”
  • 70 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Bootlegger Coffee Company, a series of coffee shops in Cape Town. The BCC is unapologetically passionate about great coffee and inspired people.”
  • 82 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Good for a Casual Breakfast/Lunch and sundowners. They often have live music on weekend afternoons. This little spot is across from the Promenade and the lawn where a lot of the paragliders land. The Avo Toast is delicious and great for sharing - it easily serves two! ”
  • 80 locals recommend
Modern European Restaurant
“Hip cross between a New York speakeasy and a Parisian cafe, with music and a Mediterranean menu ”
  • 40 locals recommend
Bistro
“Grilled beef fillet with mushroom risotto and mushroom sauce is soooo good we've even ordered it as take out! The rest of the menu is also delicious, but that mushroom risotto... njum! 341 Main Rd, Sea Point”
  • 61 locals recommend
Hotel Bar
“In the market for a drink (and something to eat) with a view? Grab an outside table at Harveys on a sunny day - views of the ocean and tandem paragliders spiralling down to a landing on the promenade lawn. 221 Beach Rd”
  • 53 locals recommend

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