PE’s weekend mode starts with live band music rocking till early hours of the next morning and great vibes accompanied by flowing conversations after a drink a two at Beer Shack as well outdoor activities to beat the hangover of the previous nights mischief.
What will you get up to this weekend between 17 to 19 March?
Friday, 17 March
SEE: The adjoining Barney’s Tavern has a live band on hand and rocks until the early hours.
DO: The best place for a friendly beer and meat, you’ll find Patido’s in New Brighton
TASTE: The Blue Waters Café sea food is a must while also enjoying a sea view.
EXPLORE: After lunch, head southwards along Marine Drive to the nearby Cape Recife Nature Reserve.
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Saturday, 18 March
SEE: The sunset at Shark Rock Pier for the picture "sun kissed" selfies for the 'gram.
DO: Join the locals on PE’s promenade and get the blood pumping with a ‘parkrun’ this Saturday mornings, starting at Hobie Beach.
TASTE: PE’s essential laidback charm that is at The BeerShack while enjoying a craft beer or two.
EXPLORE: Back at Hobie Beach and take the plunge and go snorkelling or splash out on some ocean kayaking.
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Sunday, 19 March
SEE: You are invited to browse through the Red Location Museum in New Brighton township.
DO: Check out Route 67 public artworks collection symbolising Nelson Mandela’s 67 years of work dedicated to the freedom of South Africa.
TASTE: Try the New York uramaki, a California-style roll crammed with fresh tuna and avocado and topped with tempura prawns at Fushin.
EXPLORE: Raggy Charters is offering a three-hour expedition for the best way to see wildlife up close, setting off from Algoa Bay Yacht Club at 08:30