Time for Breakfast!

Time for Breakfast!

According to Sally Gracie, MD of the Cape Town South’s Chas Everitt real estate franchise one of the glorious things about Spring is breakfasts!  “Getting up a little earlier and taking some ‘me time’ with a friend or even alone, and enjoying a yummy breakfast at one of the many glorious restaurants in our area just reminds you of the many breathtaking spots we can enjoy on our doorstep,” said Sally.

Referring to this month’s The Inside Guide which features a very good selection of top breakfast spots Sally and Chas Everitt Cape Town South have offered to sponsor a breakfast for two to the value of R350-00 at the venue of your choice to one of our blog subscribers who joins us in September as part of the many #ReadyForSpring activities.
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Sally’s personal favourite is included in the list.  It is the Chardonnay Deli (above) located at 87 Constantia Main Road, Constantia

Here’s a #ReadyForSpring idea! Why not start a Breakfast Club and take full advantage of what’s on offer and make some new friends! Add R10-00 a head and use the fun opportunity to raise some money for a worthy cause. Remember – no cell phones LOL!

Read More and view the 30 Best Breakfasts here

Featured image is The Conservatory at The Cellars-Hohenort


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stop goPlease note that following further testing of the new 700mm diameter water main using a non-destructive gas detection technique, a leak has been detected in the pipe at a position just opposite the Holy Trinity Church.  This position coincides with a reducer where the 600mm diameter pipe joins the 700mm diameter pipe.  It is suspected that one (or both) of the two flexible couplings at this reducer has failed.  No other leaks in the main were detected.

In order for Civils2000 to effect this repair it is going to be necessary to operate a short length of Main Road opposite the church under stop/go traffic control conditions.  Work will start at 09:00 on Monday, 28 July and unless additional unforeseen repair work is necessary, it is expected that the road will revert back to normal two-way traffic flow conditions by 16:30 that evening. However, if it is found that additional work is necessary, the excavation will be temporarily backfilled for the night and will be re-opened the following day (Tuesday) so that the repair work can be completed that day.