Spend Father’s Day at Bay Harbour Market

Father’s Day is coming up this Sunday (17 June) and Bay Harbour Market is just the place to be.

For family time spent eating good food, enjoying a drink and watching live entertainment, Bay Harbour Market is where you need to go this weekend. No advanced bookings or over-priced set menus, just good quality food from a range of vendors. A communal fire will be roaring to warm up from the cold and live music will play throughout the afternoon.

Opening at 09H30, breakfast options are in abundance. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast followed by a spot of last minute Father’s Day shopping at the Bay.

Check out these gift suggestions:

  1. G7 Utility – Everything from wallets, messenger bags and backpacks, to large volume duffle carriers. The whole range is locally weaved and manufactured.
  2. Instep – All products are also locally manufactured and include sheep skin slippers, leather belts, and a whole lot of leather sandals.
  3. Maybru – For the dad who loves top notch locally bru’d merchandise! For apparel that boldly sports South African slang and nostalgia across it’s range.
  4. Billy Now – For the more classic dad who prefers more vintage inspired classic designs, but with a fresh modern twist and use of fabric.

If your dad feels like a slower start on Father’s Day, lunchtime at Bay Harbour Market has always been a festive occasion – craft beers on tap, an award-winning selection of wines and live music to take you into dusk.

So, why not give your dad an unbelievable day filled with love and laughter this Father’s Day at the Bay Harbour Market?

Bay Harbour Market Directions

31 Harbour Road
Hout Bay
Cape Town
South Africa

Tel: 083 275 5586
Email : info@bayharbour.co.za

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