Woodstock: home is where the art is

Lost at E Minor

CAPE Town is a pretty exciting place in general but if you are keen on art, good food, and second-hand shops, you should head down to Woodstock.

Find new exhibitions at the Goodman Gallery and the Stevenson Gallery, have lunch at Superette or The Kitchen, and do some vintage shopping at The Cat's Meow or Second Time Around.

If you feel like some people watching and good food on a Saturday morning, then head down to the arts and crafts market, known locally as the Old Biscuit Mill.

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