Café Culture De Waterkant has evolved into an area bursting with café’s and bustling with coffee lovers eager to take you on a day long coffee shop hop.
De Waterkant Interiors De Waterkant Village will impress any visitors who celebrate design, furniture and interiors and is home to some of the most brilliant interior boutiques in the Western Cape.
The Cape Quarter
With its piazza atmosphere and distinctive charm, the Cape Quarter is pure shopping pleasure. Home décor, art and artefacts, fashion, beauty, health, restaurants, bars and lifestyle related stores are all delivered in traditional Cape architecture. Situated in the heart of vibey De Waterkant, the ambience of this al fresco environment makes shopping a breeze and dining a pleasure.
Following the pattern of the urban renewal in De Waterkant, the area has received an influx of restauranteurs and gourmands, eager to educate, delight and challenge the palates of visitors to the village.
History of De Waterkant
The Malay Community played an extremely important role in shaping the area into what it became. They not only brought their religion, but also their skills, such as carpentry and cooking. The Afrikaans spoken in Cape Town is a mixture of Dutch and Arabic, a language still used by the Muslims.
Nightlife With a concentration of fabulous evening venues ranging from dress code upmarket chic dinner and dancing, through to salsa classes and nightclubs filled to the brim with gay abandon, De Waterkant is unique in its variety and eccentricity.