A chic space of music and drink.
Situated in the centre of the lobby, within the very heart of the resort, is Vista Bar & Lounge. Expansive views of Table Mountain are enjoyed through a floor-to-ceiling wall of glass as guests and locals alike gather to enjoy all-day dining, a spectacular Afternoon Tea, and evenings filled with music and an electric vibe.
Vista plays host to esteemed piano duo, South Korean born pianist, Yohan Chun, and Capetonian classical performer, Francois du Toit, who also performed as a soloist with the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra. Come and experience, the sensational performance at Vista Bar, and enjoy innovative cocktails and tapas.
Monday to Friday 6PM to 8PM
Open daily 12.00pm to 1.00am
Afternoon Tea: 2.30pm to 5.30pm
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A rich selection of teas and coffees is elegantly presented with carefully selected sweets. Confectionery such as chocolate delice, baked vanilla bean cheesecake, caramel and gold leaf éclairs, tea loaf and macaroons are served alongside individually prepared tea sandwiches of complementing flavours and fine buttermilk scones with traditional clotted cream and strawberry preserve.All items are prepared in the classic French art of patisserie, albeit with a unique One&Only Cape Town flair.
Available weekdays, Monday to Friday 2:30pm - 5:30pm
Served on tiered stands
R295 per person.
Vista Afternoon Tea Buffet
Available weekends, Saturday to Sunday 2:30pm - 5:30pm
R325 per person.
In the evening, Vista unveils itself as a sophisticated cocktail lounge serving classic favourites such as the Bloody Mary, Kir Royale, Manhattan, Mojito, Daiquiri, Sidecar and Old Fashioned. Each cocktail is offered in its traditional form as well as with fresh twists that merge original recipes with modern flavours and local influences; for example, the Manhattan may be served as a smoked tea-infused straight Kentucky bourbon stirred with aromatic bitters and sweet honey, served over rich candy floss. In keeping with One&Only's strong sense of place, the beverage menu takes inspiration from the ancient spice routes around the Cape of Good Hope, whilst a number of rare and vintage spirits are imported.