Richard’s Supper Stage & Bistro

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Richard’s Supper Stage and Bistro, a glamorous new Cape-styled venue on the corner of Glengariff and Main Road, Sea Point, recently opened by Richard Loring (producer of the internationally-acclaimed ‘African Footprint’) and tourism entrepreneur, Roland Seidel, is an entertaining experience for locals and international visitors.


Enveloped in the quaint décor of the Cape and with a view of Robben Island through large picture windows, guests will be transported into the world of entertainment, featuring talented local artists in a variety of shows, whilst enjoying an exclusive scrumptious buffet with a selection of Cape wines.

On the fun and funky open deck, or inside the colourful Bo-Kaap-style Bistro, patrons can enjoy tasty breakfasts or late-night feasts.


This stylish late-night bar, favoured by showbiz personalities, decorated with memorabilia from Richard's showbiz years, gives you a peak behind the scenes.


“Kaapse Stories from the Mother City” opening 28TH May

In this interactive new production written and directed by award-winningBasil Appollis, we meet a family in a show filled with rampant humour, intoxicating rhythms and soulful songs, which celebrates the story of a community that can only be described as the original “Rainbow Nation”.



  • Languages spoken
  • english

Contact Details


  • Richards Supper and Stage Bistro
  • 229 Main Road Seapoint
  • Cape Town
  • 8005

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