Misfits: A Vibrant Social Club & All-Day Dining Hotspot in Green Point

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Misfits is a buzzing all-day dining spot in Green Point that feels more like a social club than just a restaurant. Inspired by some of the world’s legendary members’ clubs, the venue boasts old red-brick walls, eclectic décor of urban ephemera, and comfortable seating arrangements. So whether you’re coming for lunch or staying all day and night, Misfits offers a heap of experiences to keep you entertained.

Food and Drinks at Misfits

The venue serves casual and delicious food, from breakfast bowls and sushi to pizzas, salads, and small plates. Misfits also offer a wide range of cocktails, from smoked bloody Marys and mimosas to frozen wine cocktails. Their Saturday brunch served tapas-style with an assortment of sharing plates that include flapjacks, frittatas, and mini brioche buns with smoked salmon on top, is a must-try. If you’re visiting Misfits for lunch or dinner, you can choose from various dishes, including burgers, falafel pockets, ultra-thin-based pizzas, salads, pasta, tapas, sushi, and more. Misfits also offer an extensive range of desserts, inventive cakes, and pastries from their in-house bakery. Misfits also does gin-and-ice-cream pairings and wine-tasting evenings, making the venue perfect for a fun night out.

Atmosphere and Entertainment

Misfits is also an excellent place for after-work drinks, attracting the after-work crowd for a laidback evening of chilling over a beer, living it up with cocktails, or listening to DJ sets. The indoor golf simulator, table tennis, and friendly poker table add to the fun and entertainment. The Shop of Mischief, a tiny boutique wine store stocking wine gems from lesser-known wine farms, is a unique addition to the venue.

Overall Experience at Misfits

Overall, Misfits is a great spot for anyone looking for a vibrant social club and all-day dining hotspot in Green Point. The atmosphere is lively, and the waiters are attentive and accommodating. The venue is perfect for a birthday celebration, a night out with friends, or a casual brunch.

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Contact Information

  • Address: 74 Prestwich Street, De Waterkant, Cape Town
  • Working hours: Monday – Friday, 12 pm – 10 pm; Saturday, 8 am – 10 pm; Sunday, 8 am – 5 pm
  • Website: Misfits website
  • Phone: +27 21 180 3098

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