Kick off your Saturday nice and early with coffee, capoeria and chow.
Just a few pics from The Morning Trade opening, this past weekend. Incase you missed every other Durbanite’s Instagram feed.
It’s a really exciting time to be in Durbs and I am overjoyed at the fact that we’re getting our own arts and culture hub.
It was pretty darn impressive to see the high attendance at the opening of this art and foodie market. Durban stereotype – completely blown out of the water. The masses came out to support this venture and I see this as a very good sign of things to come. You go on with your bad self, Durban!
With so much else on the cards for the Rivertown Precinct as well an exciting piece of local history being unearthed, we really have a lot to look forward to over the next few months. Cape what? Johannes who?
Head to 8 Morrison Street every Saturday for artisan produce, a good cuppa, foodie heaven and maybe even a sneaky mimosa or two. Let’s hear it for morning drank!
Speaking of drank, don’t forget The Archiball at the John Milne Street Beer Hall this evening. We’re gonna party on school night!
“The Archiball is an evening soiree open to delegates, students and the public which will be held in John Milne Street, otherwise known as Beer Hall in Rivertown. This unique and historical Durban location will allow the opportunity for those attending to experience the diverse architectural urban landscape that Durban has to offer.”
I’m giving away two sets of double tickets lucky readers. Just head to my Facebook Page here and share the poster!
See ya’ll next week.
Morning Trade Market
Durban getting it’s own version of Maboneng is the best news I have heard in a while. Our very own Rivertown kicks off with the Morning Trade Market this Sunday and offers you cool kids, fresh artisan produce.
Situated in Durban’s new arts and culture precinct, The Morning Trade is going to have you foodies chomping at the bit for organic and artisan veggies, meats and more.