Join us for another positive pop-up Greek night.
The list includes:
The story of how Art Zoo curator, John Charalambous stumbled across what is surely the most unique juicer in South Africa is just about as tantalizing as the fresh juice that it produces. It was love at first sight when John stumbled across this artsy culinary gadget that is made out of recycled soft-drink cans, while on holiday in Oaxaca, México. The juicer immediately found its way into John’s backpack and made the long journey home with him.
Enjoy delicious and oh-so healthy juices that John creates from fresh herbs, vegetables and fruit (ingredients that are sourced from the Zoo’s own garden wherever possible).
The lure of a great pop-up restaurant awaits those who enjoy impromptu gatherings, laid back vibes, and the chance to make new friends while enjoying great food. The theme is ‘positive pop-ups’ and the menu is potluck. You could be surprised with an authentic Indian curry in winter, a Mediterranean style Greek platter in Summer or a last minute gastronomic surprise that has inspired the chef on a whim. Art Zoo is unlicensed so you are invited to bring your own wine and beer with no corkage charged. The venue seats 30 patrons inside and 20 out in the garden on good weather days and nights.
Takura Chadoka creates and sells his colourful artworks that capture love and life under the African sky in a dreamcoat of colour, at his personal studio Chadoka Art & Bicycles which can be found at Art Zoo.
Takura has a screen printing machine and offers clients unique, bespoke t-shirt prints made on order. He is able to provide bulk orders and has become known for his impeccable workmanship and highly competitive prices.
Furthermore, Takura shares his expertise as a bicycle repair guru and will have your wheels turning and your gears greased in no time at all.
“Good food, friendly atmosphere.” Richenda Gould, Facebook
“Great evening! Curry was excellent and pudding awesome!” Willem Stingling, Facebook
“Brilliant service, like what you doing John!” Timothy Paul Potgieter, Facebook