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The Fireman's Arm is by their own admission is one of the oldest running English Pubs in the city that dates back to the year 1864. Besides, the pub is also one of the few true blue English pubs in operation which makes it a must go for all those who are craving a fine drink. The pub offers an array of wonderful pub grub that is delicious and makes for a good accompaniment with the exquisite drinks. For all the sports lovers, the bar has two huge televisions that play exciting matches. Fun and enjoyment await you at The Fireman's Arm.
Perseverance Tavern is a place where one can enjoy good beers and delectable pub fare. The pub is very warm and welcoming, and though limited in size it can accommodate groups of six to eight people with ease. They have an extensive selection of locally brewed ales and a variety of other liquors adorn their wood-polished bar. Some of the dishes that taste excellent with their beers are: Garlic Pizza Bread, Crumbed Camembert, Cheese, Bacon & Tomato, Margarita Pizza and the Spicy Beef Pizza. Pub fare like Deep Fried Calamari, Bangers & Mash, Kassler Chops, etc is also great if you are not in a mood for an elaborate meal. Come to Perseverance Tavern for watching a good game, the atmosphere is particularly euphoric on such occasions.
Barocca is a relaxed and laid back lounge, bar and restaurant with a difference: this place caters to everyone, from couples and families to children and pets. It is a lounge that offers convenience and warmth without sacrificing quality and high standards. The kids are well cared and catered for, as are your furry friends - you can even order some gourmet pet treats for them off the menu. It is the perfect place to get together after work for a relaxed drink with friends and enjoy the sunset over gourmet burgers. -Joel Bronkowski
The verdant Newland neighborhood is where this quaint bar is tucked away, in full view of the mountains. Wildly popular with the locals, this bar dates back to as long as 1852, making it the one of the oldest bars in the country. The food is freshly made and delightful, and the old-fashioned ambiance comforting and beautiful. ‘Forries’, as it is fondly called, caters to large families and groups of friends, besides hosting regular football matches and other important sport events.
Brass Bell is a legendary Cape Town restaurant located in the hip and upcoming town of Kalk Bay. Brass Bell is just miles from Muizenburg and Simon’s Town and is right on the ocean overlooking the sea. Brass Bell offers a variety of seating locations - the local cabin pub is an outdoor seating area which is perfect for sunny days and decorated with old wooden ship artifacts, while the elegant inside seating area is perfect for a lovely evening of seafood, sushi or steaks. Brass Bell is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike, so be prepared for crowds especially during whale watching season and peak holiday times.