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Le Quartier Lounge Bar

Newly opened Le Quartier Lounge Bar offers artisanal beers, local wines and ‘food-based’ craft cocktails; using South African ingredients such as, mebos, sour figs, buchu and nettles.

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The new bar and lounge is unlike anything Franschhoek has ever seen. Daring to be different, executive chef, Margot Janse and general manager Linda Coltart teamed up to create a range of innovative cocktails driven by seasonal produce both sweet and savoury. The recipes have incorporated many different cooking techniques, from infusions and sous vide to blending and smoking.

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Additionally, expect incredible bar food, dreamed up by Margot Janse to pair with the marvellous drinks with a ‘Bar Bites’ menu featuring dishes like, Crayfish Popcorn, Wildebeest Doughnuts and Gruyere Oreos.

Open from noon to midnight, the cocktail emporium is a stylish place to meet and relax in a comfortable yet trendy space. Franschhoek is an eclectic and international area, and this bar affords the locals and visitors a place to mingle, you could be sitting next to a winemaker, doctor or chef—and the locals all have an interesting tale to tell.

The space has been created for people to linger in: soft with grey and yellow accents, rich linens and easy lines, and hanging from the ceiling are lights made from crystal decanters. The long bar stretches in a circular angle and is supported by oversized dining table legs, guests can sit here on felt pink bar stools , on the assortment of sofas and chairs, or outside on the patio.

We look forward to inviting you into our new and exciting world!

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If I can't stay at Le Quartier, I want to go home