Mzoli’s restaurant has gotten a lot of press recently. This is just a taste of what the food critics have been writing about it:Everyone, at least once in their life, should make a pilgrimage to Mzoli’s – Gugulethu’s Church of Meat. – Lisa Nevitt, Capetown Magazine For Cape Town’s carnivores, Mzoli’s Meat is the city’s hippest hangout. The informal butchery and barbeque joint is a place where social and racial barriers are set aside as locals and out-of-towners come together, eat, drink and party.
Daniel Pelser, a 30-something nature lover from Durbin, keeps coming back to Cape Town. “I can’t stay away from it,” he says in the South African accent that still delights me every time I hear it. “Or maybe, it can’t stay away from me. I don’t know. One of the two.” He has a charming smile, a ruggedness to his green cargo pants and Birkenstock attire, a free-spiritedness to the way he talks about connecting with place.
When you walk up to The Book Lounge at 71 Roeland Street in the Eastern Precinct of Cape Town, you won’t see a flashy sign. You won’t see a welcoming entrance with big glass doors. You probably won’t even see it the first time you try to find it and you’ll likely walk right past it. You might, however, see a man or two who shouldn’t be there loitering outside, perhaps a blanket hoisted over his shoulders if its cold, or maybe a dog he has befriended sitting beside him.
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