It’s one year since the Station on Bree opened with themed stations brimming with detail and suiting the eclectic tastes of Capetonians and international visitors who recognise hallmarks of the UK’s famous tube system. The concept is hip and colourful with the ‘Mind the Gap’ theme carried throughout the venue from train seating to courtyard bus shelter to an underground dance floor.
In Bree Street, well-heeled global travellers intrigued by The Station on Bree’s convincing commuter experience are already enjoying the venue’s Thursday night summer programme.
The Thursday weekly line-up is hosted by internationally-renowned local DJ, saxophonist and percussion specialist, George Sax, and includes Raella goodman, Lucia Mthiyane and Gershon.
“Cape Town’s been called the Tavern of the Seas and described as the Fairest Cape in the whole circumference of the earth. She’s clearly an African city with a global outlook. We love the fact that our venue stays true to Cape Town’s three-centuries-old reputation as the world’s eclectic meeting place by the sea,” says The Station on Bree founder Neil Basel.
The Station on Bree guarantees a great night’s entertainment and it’s the food that always takes centre stage at this fantastic venue. The unique, multi-storied venue with a variety of different stations and platforms located throughout sees each providing specific offerings.
Whether you’re looking to begin your day with a morning coffee from artisanal brand Mischu, end the day with an after-work cocktail, enjoy a leisurely dining experience or start your evening off with a bang, the lively, character-filled atmosphere of The Station on Bree provides an ideal day-to-night setting that truly has something for everyone.
Station on Bree is located at 207 Bree St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, and is open Tuesdays to Sundays, 11h30 till late. The venue is available for private functions. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or get in touch at email@example.com.
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