Beluga opened in 1999 as one of Cape Town’s first true VIP dining rooms with a notorious sushi scene and posh following that’s managed to hold-onto its luster for more than a decade. Today, Beluga is also a thriving bar scene known for its after work happy hours that lure the city’s more fashionable businessmen and professionals to its bar for nightly drink and appetizer specials. The space feels more polished and old-school than other Cape Town bars, brick walls and exposed ceiling framing a large L-shaped bar area with industrial accents. Known for its wild party vibe, the bar serves-up a reported 40,000 mojitos in a single year with a bar menu that includes selections of dim sum, sushi and Japanese dishes that more than live up toe Beluga’s reputation.
Well-known sushi and seafood eatery in Cape Town’s Foundry offer lively bar scene best on a midweek afternoon for happy hour.
VIP dining room offer locally loved happy hour with midweek drink and sushi specials that attracts Cape Town’s prettiest professionals.