Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Sensational Summer Saturdays Just Got Hotter at Bay Harbour Market

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Summer just got hotter with the news that Bay Harbour Market is extending their Saturday trading hours to allow visitors more shopping, sunsets and sundowner time. The new trading times are 10h30 to 18h00 from 16th November onwards.  

Now visitors can have relaxing summer mornings to early evenings to experience a unique Christmas shopping environment, whilst consuming the tastiest foods and enjoy local bands, not to mention a great vibe.

Anthony Stroebel, co-founder of Bay Harbour Market, says “Our extended hours will give people the chance to come to the market after a day at the beach for something to eat and drink, and to shop or perhaps to sit and chill during our picture-perfect Hout Bay sunsets enjoying refreshing sundowners and local live music. Bay Harbour Market is one of the most spectacular evening locations in Cape Town and we felt it was a pity to close mid-afternoon!”

Bay Harbour Market attracts up to 7,000 visitors weekly offering a unique social shopping and eating experience in upmarket, friendly, vibrant and distinctly South African atmosphere.

Bay Harbour Market is open from 17h00 to 21h00 for Friday Nite LIVE!,from 10h30 to 18h00 on Saturday and 9h30 to 16h00 on Sunday. Entrance is free. For more information email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit the website: www.bayharbour.co.za

Venue: Bay Harbour Market, Hout Bay

Address: 31 Harbour Road, Hout Bay, Cape Town, 7806

Time: Friday: 17h00 to 21h00; Saturday: 10h30 to 18h00; Sunday: 9h30 to 16h00

Website: http://www.bayharbour.co.za

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bayharbour

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bayharbourmkt

More information: Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

I am a South African media scholar with a keen interest in the travel industry. Having completed my Masters degree in journlism, I work for a small media organisation and produce feature articles in my own capacity.