In 1989, when Cape Town's Victoria & Albert Waterfront began to blossom into the bustling, beautiful centre that it is today, Ferrymans Tavern was the first tenant to leap at the opportunity to set up shop. The space that we've sensitively converted into one of Cape Town's most well-known bar and restaurants is the old Locomotive Shed â€“ all quarried bluestone, Oregon wooden beams and solid teak pillars â€“ just round the turn in dock road and in the middle of all the action this central city district has to offer.
Inside, at ground level, we have a traditional bar set on a brick-paved floor with a stone fireplace that keeps the winter chill away and, when the Western Cape weather gets sunny â€“ and we all know it can â€“ the Ferrymans Tavern beer garden is a popular spot, complete with awnings for shade and protection from the southeasterlies, to kick back with a drink and a light meal. Kids are welcome here, too, with a play area keeping the little ones distracted while you relax.
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