MEET SETH SHEZI - CAPE TOWN LIFESTYLE STRATEGIST, INSTAGRAM KING AND TEMPLE OF REASON AMBASSADOR. @SETH_SHEZI Here he shares some of his best things about Cape Town.
Cliche as it may, Clifton is my favourite because of the vsco white sand and backdrop.
Best spot for coffee?
Hard to pick just one, but Rosetta Roastery at the Woodstock Exchange and Tribe are pretty high on my list.
The newly opened Capital Mirage Hotel in De Waterkant has incredible views and a great bar!
Best dressed Capetonian?
hmmm its a hard one, so many people express themselves and their aesthetic so well in Cape Town, so it's a long list, i'll have to narrow it down for you...
Favourite art gallery?
Chandler House & Commune 1.
Ideal weekend away?
That'd have to be an escape to a rustic cottage or lodge somewhere quiet surrounded by mountains, trees and wine farms, a great bonus if the wine farm also has a great restaurant.If you had 24 hours in Cape Town, what would you do?
Probably stay at the One&Only Cape Town, for anyone visiting Cape Town for a short period, its the best location to be based from, the Waterfront is iconic and you have views of Table Mountain. 24 hours is probably not enough for a winelands visit so I would keep it in the city. I would be sure to hike Lion's head or do a Escape Explore scooter trip down signal hill down to Bokaap - it's an exhilarating rush.
Lunch would be either at Chef's Warehouse for tapas or Azure at 12 Apostles, the views are great and their new winter menu is probably the best food the hotel has ever made.
Before dinner a visit to Publik, the wine bar and The Gin Bar, a speakeasy bar behind Honest Chocolate is a must, followed by dinner at The Pot Luck Club, if you can get a reservation, otherwise Hallelujah just off Kloof Neck is a favourite of mine.Three words that sum up your Cape Town?
Hedonistic, Vibrant & Naturally Beautiful.