Pan African Market
Another of the art deco buildings on Greenmarket Sq, this building once housed the South African headquarters of petrochemicals company...
This cobbled square is Cape Town’s second-oldest public space after the Grand Parade. It hosts a lively and colourful crafts and...
On the corner of Shortmarket St, Namaqua House is of the City Bowl's many art deco gems. Baran’s cafe here has a wrap-around balcony...
Whether you just want to graze on a few tapas-style dishes (each R45 to 60) or cobble together a full meal, this super-relaxed venue is...
High-quality ingredients, creatively combined and served by gracious staff in a pleasant space – what more could you wish for? Well,...
76 Long St · interesting places nearby
Pan African Market information
A microcosm of the continent, with a bewildering range of arts and crafts (which you should certainly bargain over). There’s also the cheap cafe Timbuktu , with seating on the balcony overlooking Long St, a tailor and music shop, and the publishers of the pan-African newspaper Chronic Chimurenga (www.chimurenga.co.za), packed into three floors.