Experience Nostalgia and Modernity at Cargo on Kloof Street

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Cargo on Kloof Street, situated in the lively Tamboerskloof area, is a unique retro bar that offers an alternative and nostalgic experience. The bar has gained popularity among rebels, rockers, and creatives, being recognized as an edgy sanctuary since its opening last year.

Captivating Ambiance

Upon entering Cargo, one is immediately transported into a different era. The walls are adorned with an eclectic mix of framed photographs, featuring moody black-and-white portraits of pilots and soldiers from bygone eras. The vintage military memorabilia scattered around the space further enhances Cargo’s retro and edgy ambiance.

Extensive Drink and Food Menus

Cargo provides an extensive drink menu that caters to various preferences. Cocktail enthusiasts can appreciate the carefully crafted espresso martinis, whiskey sours, and berry mojitos. The daily happy hour, from 4 pm to 6 pm, offers affordable options, such as house wine and Jack Black lager, priced between R25 and R45.

The culinary offerings at Cargo are just as enticing as their drink selection. Patrons can relish dishes like arancini balls filled with parmesan and Napoletana sauce, succulent Karoo lamb chops accompanied by a thyme jus, or vegan gnocchi with shiitake mushrooms and mange tout. The diverse menu ensures that there is something for everyone to enjoy, regardless of dietary preferences.

Breakfast Menu

Cargo provides a breakfast menu from 7 am to 11 am, Monday to Thursday. The offering includes a meal, coffee, and orange juice, all at an affordable R75, making it an ideal spot to start the day before heading off to work or exploring the city.

Visit Cargo on Kloof Street

Cargo on Kloof Street offers a distinctive experience for its patrons, whether it’s a lively night out with friends, a leisurely Sunday breakfast, or a pitstop during a day of shopping and strolling along Kloof Street. With its diverse offerings and immersive atmosphere, Cargo on Kloof is sure to leave a lasting impression on all who walk through its doors.

Visit Cargo on Kloof Street at 178 Kloof St, Tamboerskloof. The bar is open from Monday to Sunday, 7 am to 2 am.

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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