Vaudeville to launch The Brasserie, an innovative new eatery with a difference!
Maintaining the sumptuous bohemian atmosphere and magical vibe for which Vaudeville became famous, The Brasserie, with its fabulously chic 1920’s interior, is set to be the next ‘it’ spot in the Mother City.
This particular ‘entertainment’ concept is new to Cape Town and is described as ‘Parisian chic meets Downtown New York City cool’.
While diners feast from the classic French brasserie menu, superb artists will offer guests continuous non fixed entertainment from the time they enter through the plush velvet curtains, throughout dinner and beyond. Themes such as ‘Venice’, ‘Animal Print’ and ‘Gypsy Circus’, that will change every 3 weeks, will make every visit to The Brasserie an unforgettable experience in a unique environment where everyone can dress up, indulge their fantasies and live the good life.
The dynamic performer line up includes the French aerial artist Emilie LeLouch; Capetonian opera sensation Robin Botha; the British flyline artist Natalie Stafford; Caitlin, the mesmerising electric violinist from Zambia and Devin Howell, a contact juggler, also from the Mother City. Performing a range of exciting acts including fire, trapeze, acrobatics and dancing, both onstage and amongst the tables, this quirky entertainment offering, with musical backing by Jinx’s Antonio, the resident DJ at The Brasserie will be a blend of Paris’s Buddha Bar and New York’s The Box.
The Brasserie at Vaudeville opens to the public on Thursday 19th May 2011. With the entertainment being offered throughout the night, patrons may arrive at their leisure from 6pm to enjoy pre dinner cocktails at The Fez bar. The restaurant is a la carte with an extensive wine list and is open from 7pm to 10pm.
Patrons should please note that there is an entertainment surcharge of R75 and this includes complimentary VIP Access to The Fez Club that opens at 10:30pm nightly. For bookings and further information please call 021 4197000 or visit www.brasserie.co.za.