We were totally blown away by Slippery Spoon’s pop-up restaurant. The sheer genius of their food-art made our best culinary creativity taste as bland as boiled broccoli. Every course was a unique experience where inspiration was drawn from one of history’s great rebels. And, to top it off DJ Ultra Mel played a soundtrack to match each rebel’s persona.
There’s no better place to be the first Sunday of every month than 6 Desmond Street – Katy’s Palace is alive with Beukes & Delaney’s Irish Boere-Blues and the mesmerising smell of Fresh‘s chicken curry and roast lamb and of course nobody can ignore Katy’s epic wraparound view. Sir James is full of old-school and new-school vinyl traders and collectors flipping through boxes of LPs, sipping on drafts (even at 10am) and enjoying the scratchy, authentic sound of the vinyl. Milk Bar, the newest kid on the block, is the ultimate stop for a good cappuccino and sit-down brunch by the fireside. And of course, Amatuli – three levels of retail adventure. You could get lost for hours in the maze of antique furniture, African art and one of a kind pieces.