TAP, the bar at Table Mountain, is a refreshing new addition to the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway where locals can sit back, relax, and enjoy the view with an ice-cold Newlands Spring beer. TAP will become the bar of choice for anyone in Cape Town looking for a new place to unwind while enjoy some spectacular views of the city.
NEW VENUE: TAP into your thirst!
The Table Mountain Aerial Cable Company’s (TMACC) new partnership with Cape Town based brewing company Newlands Spring, boasts a new brewery experience at the cableway’s upgraded scenic lower station. The bar will enhance the cableway’s food and beverage offering for locals eager to find a new watering hole.
“TAP is a new, comfortable, and sophisticated breakaway point at the cableway where we combine beautiful views with refreshing brews at the foot of Table Mountain. We’re bringing more comfort and choice by offering value to locals who are keen to enjoy a relaxing experience at the foot of the mountain”, says Ronald Ramsamy, Executive of Food & Beverage Executive at TMACC.
TAP opening hours
TAP will be launched on 14 April 2022 and can also be booked as a venue for special events. The venue is operational from Wednesdays to Sundays between 11:00 and 19:00. The bar will offer four Newlands Spring’s beer variants, as well as a curated selection of vodka, gin and wine selections. A food menu has also been developed for locals’ varying tastebuds.
“By bringing a competitive pricing structure to the venue, we’re focused on also connecting with the local market and develop TAP into a preferred destination venue in addition to a great visitor experience”, adds Ramsamy.
“Through working collaboratively with brands, we’re changing how we approach food and beverage at Table Mountain. TAP is a first step for us towards growing a value-driven approach on our food and beverage offerings at TMACC,” Ramsamy concludes.
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