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Fresh: Friday Night Market in the Franschhoek Winelands
Rain or shine: Now more farm-fresh food stalls and seating, plus: local music and great wine at the Boschendal Friday Night Market
After attracting over 1000 visitors on debut night, the Boschendal Friday Night Market have upped their game. More farm-fresh food and food stalls. More seating, live music and award-winning wines to share on this Franschhoek wine estate.
If you haven’t visited yet, here’s why you should this Friday night 6pm–9pm.
FARM-FRESH FRIDAY NIGHTS
Expect good food and some nice locally made items. Boschendal Friday Night Market has invited local entrepreneurs and food producers who share their ethos of healthy, natural products to provide fresh new experiences and tastes for sharing. And, of course, there will be loads to sample from Boschendal’s own garden and the pros at The Werf Restaurant.
IT’S ABOUT THE ATMOSPHERE
Local music talent provides the entertainment. There’s plenty of stellar wines to sample and purchase. It’s a family-friendly experience. And it all takes place on the idyllic Franschhoek Winelands grounds of Boschendal Wine Farm.
See you there.
BOSCHENDAL FRIDAY NIGHT MARKET
Boschendal Estate, Pniel Road, Groot Drakenstein, Franschhoek
+27 (0) 21 870 4200
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