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Posted by | February 24, 2016
The Morning Trade

It's been around for over a year now and is the brainchild of Anna Savage, the lady behind the I heart Market. The Morning Trade is one of the spots...

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Posted by | December 20, 2015
Sea, sand and chilling at the SUNCafe at Suncoast

Every year Suncoast Casino sets up their iconic pop-up beach-side SUNCafe lounge out on the lush Casino lawns, just by one of Durbs' best swimming spots. No ocean-facing holiday is...

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Posted by | December 8, 2015
Breakfast Bounty at Harvey’s

A formidable feast awaited us at a media breakfast at Harvey's Umhlanga. Andrew Draper, (newly bushy-bearded) chef patron of Harvey's, had recently initiated a bit of a summer upgrade to...

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Posted by | September 1, 2015
Burger Fest Durban

The team behind the hugely popular and successful markets such as the Morning Trade and I Heart Market collaborated with an energetic venue called The Plant, at one of the...

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Posted by | August 30, 2015
Slow Meat Festival Durban

The Slow Food movement is an initiative that began in the 80s in reaction to the rapidly-consumed, mass-produced fast food and packaged food that eliminated the direct relationship between consumer...

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Posted by | August 17, 2015
Monk’s Cowl Magic

There's little to compare to when it comes to watching a sunrise or sunset on a wintery day in KZN's Drakensberg. Although it may seem like winter is wrapping up...

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Posted by | August 16, 2015
Gazi – New Greek Souvlaki Bar

There's been a notable increase in new restaurants north of the Umgeni River. And dominating that scene are reliable, bankable cuisine style favourites: pizzas, pastas and burgers. And mostly no...

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Posted by | June 10, 2015
Oyster Box Oyster & Sushi Bar

Famed for its landmark, rather large and contemptuous cat, and also known for the gorgeous view of its lesser-famous towering torch, the Oyster Box is a go-to watering hole for...

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Posted by | May 19, 2015
Brewtiful feasting at Granny Mouse

It's late autumn here in Durban. Which means, that for the most part, temperatures have dropped to an unbearably cold 23°C and some of us have had to find shirts...

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Posted by | May 9, 2015
Old Town Italy meets New Town Umhlanga

Considering the staggering exchange rate and the massive schlep involved with visas and flying, if you are daydreaming about journeying across the global pond, I recommend opting for a short...

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