Gin in Capetown

Cape Town offers a wide selection in Gin Bar for every occasion. It is up to you to find the right location for you.
“The Gin Bar” is charming, courtyard is filled with history and character, which is reminiscent of some you would find in Italy, Spain or Greece. The courtyard is sheltered from the South Easter in summer, and at night when the string lights come on, you wont find anything more romantic in the city.

Address “The Gin Bar”:
64A Wale St,
Cape Town City Centre,
Cape Town, 8000,
South Africa

More information: www.theginbar.co.za/

In the area of Cape Town are many different distilleries located. Each distillery has its own style, accordingly the different gins.
“Woodstock Gin Company” creates the spirits of the street, distilled for the world. These streets have seen it all. History made, fortunes lost, friends found. Each story makes Woodstock the place it is today. The unique gins are the results of hard work and outstanding knowledge.

Address “Woodstock Gin Company:
399 Albert Rd,
Cape Town, 7915
South Africa

More information: www.woodstockginco.co.za/

In Cape Town you can find many interesting bars or outdoor locations. You have to find the ones that suit your taste.
“The Silo Rooftop” is the ideal spot for a sunset cocktail or a casual lunch. The location offers guests a relaxed experience with spectacular panoramic views of Cape Town from tallest building in the V&A Watefront.

Address “The Silo Rooftop:
The Silo Hotel
Silo Square,
Victoria & Alfred Waterfront,
Cape Town, 8801
South Africa

More information: www.theroyalportfolio.com/the-silo/overview/

“The Lawns at the Roundhouse” are craddled by the folds of the Table Mountain National Park and sheltered by oaks and stone pines. Views are out across the Atlantic Ocean and the mountain peaks. The Lawns at The Roundhouse is a relaxed all-day affair, with an array of outdoor spaces that take full advantage of this dramatic mountainside location.
Address “The Lawns at the Roundhouse”:
Round House Rd,
Camps Bay,
Cape Town, 8005
South Africa

More information: www.thelawnsct.com/the-lawns/


The “OZCF Market” is held every Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday at the historic Granger Bay site of the V&A Waterfront. It is a community farmers-style market for local farmers. Customers can do weekly food shopping or try out some delicious cooked or raw foods.

Address “OZCF Market”:
Granger Bay Blvd,
Victoria & Alfred Waterfront,
Cape Town, 8051,
South Africa

More information: www.ozcf.co.za/market-day/

After the “Neighbourgoods Market” was first held at Old Biscuit Mill in 2006, it quickly established itself as a hotspot for tourists and locals alike.

Housed in the historic sky-lit warehouse of The Old Biscuit Mill, the market quickly established itself as a catalyst for – and celebration of – the urban renaissance that has seen the once dilapidated neighbourhood of Woodstock become the thriving heart of the city’s creative industries. 

A decade later it remains the essential showcase of Cape Town’s finest micro-merchants, designer-makers, specialty-producers and food-alchemists.

Adress “Neighbourgoods Market”
The Old Biscuit Mill
373-375 Albert Road
Cape Town

More information: www.theoldbiscuitmill.co.za/neighbourgoods-market/


In the heart of Cape Town, this superior hotel is the best spot to take a drink or have casual dinner. The Vista Bar and Lounge is your go-to space for quiet reflection and refreshments by day. During the evening, it transforms into the resorts vivacious hub.

Address One & Only Cape Town:
Dock Rd,
Victoria & Alfred Waterfront,
Cape Town, 8001,
South Africa

More information: www.oneandonlyresorts.com/cape-town

On Longmarket Street you can enjoy your gin in the middle of the city centre. The “Botanical Bar” places special emphasis on ingredients from the region.

As a result, you can enjoy great cocktails there with in-house spices and selected spirits. The bar’s snacks are also really impressive and range from lamb meatballs to curried chicken samoosas.

Adress “The Botanical Bar”
160 Longmarket Street
City Bowl
Cape Town. 8000,
South Africa

More information: www.facebook.com/thebotanicalbarcapetown/

For some time now there has been a new contact point for gin lovers in Cape Town: “Botany”.

As part of “Patina Steak and Fine Wine” the bar has a beautiful courtyard which is perfect for an after-work drink before dinner at one of the great restaurants nearby, or at Patina itself. Botany specialises in both champagne and gin, so you can get ready for some tasty gin cocktails.

But also the big glasses full of ice-cold gin-tonic, crowned with some spicy herbs, are highly recommended.

Adress “Botnay”
Newlands Quarter Corner of Dean and Main St.
Cape Town, 7700
South Africa

More information: https://www.coppercollection.co.za/home/2017/11/24/copper-club-pdy5y

Grab your favourite gin and drink it with your favorite people for example on Lions Head with a fantastic view over Cape Town.
This is just one of the many places where you can enjoy your gin. Cape Town offers almost endless spots from which you have a great view of the sunset or the sunrise.

Address Lions Head:
Signal Hill,
Cape Town, 8001,
South Africa

More information: www.hikelionshead.co.za

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