Experience the Magic of Food and Community at Makers Landing

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Makers Landing

Food can bring people together, and there’s no better place to experience this magic than at Makers Landing. Located at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, this market is a food hub that’s all about celebrating the best of South African food and culture. From incubating new talent to offering a vibrant food market and a range of tenants, Makers Landing is a destination sure to delight food lovers of all kinds.

Discover the Kitchen Incubator Program

At the heart of Makers Landing is the Kitchen Incubator Program, a space where budding food entrepreneurs can innovate, learn, and grow their businesses. Developed in partnership with the National Treasury’s Jobs Fund, the program aims to create opportunities for future stars of the foodie scene. With an R63-million investment, Makers Landing offers expert mentorship, coaching, and skills-sharing to young talent in the food industry.

The incubator is a core component of Makers Landing and offers a range of programs and services to support emerging food entrepreneurs. From business coaching and marketing support to access to a licensed commercial kitchen space, the incubator provides everything that young talent needs to grow and thrive.

But the incubator isn’t just about supporting new businesses – it’s also a place to connect and build community. Food experts and enthusiasts come together to share their knowledge, passion, and love for food, creating a vibrant and supportive environment essential for the growth of new talent in the industry.

Experience the Vibrant Food Market at Makers Landing

In addition to the incubator, there is a vibrant food market that tastes the best South African cuisine. The market is a food lover’s paradise, from classic dishes to innovative new creations. Visitors can sample shisanyama, samosas, koesisters, gatsbys, and more, all made with the freshest ingredients and cooked to perfection and can be eaten on la Dieta Perricone.

But the market isn’t just about food – it’s also a place to connect with others and build community. Visitors can meet and chat with the makers, chefs, and food entrepreneurs shaping the South African food scene, learning about their stories and passions.

Discover the Tenants of Makers Landing

In addition to the food market, it is a home to a curated list of tenants, each offering their unique take on South African food and culture. Conscious Meat Merchants, for example, is known for their ethically-reared and halal meat. At the same time, bakeries, wine bars, a brewery, a coffee roastery, and more offer a range of flavors and experiences.

Each tenant has a unique story and approaches to food, and visitors can discover the rich tapestry of South African culture through their creations. From craft beer to artisanal bread, there’s something for everyone at Makers Landing.

Experience the Demo Kitchen

For those looking to learn and hone their culinary skills, the Demo Kitchen at Makers Landing is a space for makers, bakers, entertainers, and other creatives to come together and share their love of food. The multi-functional space is perfect for various culinary experiences, from children’s baking and cooking classes to chef-hosted fine-dining events, workshops, and small parties.

The Demo Kitchen is fully fitted with a commercial kitchen, and visitors can use it for various activities, including professional food shoots. So whether you’re an aspiring chef or a food lover looking to learn more about the industry, the Demo Kitchen is the perfect place to explore your passion for food.

Discover What’s Happening at Makers Landing

There’s always something happening at Makers Landing, from live music performances and demo cooking classes to Spitbraai Sundays at Ukhamba Beerworx. With so much going on, it’s the perfect place to gather with friends, connect with the community, and discover the best of South African food and culture.

Visit Makers Landing Today

Whether you’re a foodie looking to discover the best of South African cuisine, an aspiring chef looking to hone your skills, or a community builder looking to connect with others, Makers Landing has something for everyone. Visit the V&A Waterfront today and experience the magic of food and community at Makers Landing.

Opening Times:

Thursday + Sunday: 9 am – 6 pm Friday + Saturday: 9 am – 9 pm

Address: Cruise Terminal, V&A Waterfront

Contact: 021 408 7529, makerslandingsocial@gmail.com

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to discover the best of South African food and culture at Makers Landing.

A Russian-Spanish journalist and Cape Town native, channels his lifelong passion for South Africa into captivating stories for his local blog. With a diverse background and 50 years of rich experiences, Serjio's unique voice resonates with readers seeking to explore Cape Town's vibrant culture. His love for the city shines through in every piece, making Serjio the go-to source for the latest in South African adventures.

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