Casa Labia is a cultural centre that is a national monument, built in 1929 to mirror the beauty of 18th century Venice. Casa Labia is the former Muizenberg residence of Count and Countess Natale Labia, following a complete two-year restoration by the family, this much-loved national monument was opened to the public on 5 May 2010 as South Africa’s most exquisite multi-functional cultural centre.
It is located in the seaside village of Kalk Bay, the picturesque cliffs of the mountains rising steeply behind sloping streets and avenues.
The on-site restaurant is called the Cucina Labia and is a great place to sit down for some brunch, lunch, dinner or a charming afternoon tea.
A musical accompaniment is often present, making sure to include both modern and classical works. Casa Labia also serves as a venue for weddings, film shoots and corporate functions.
The new head quarters of The Butterfly Art Project facilitators workshop
On-site restaurant with brunch, lunch, dinner or afternoon tea
New high tea menu has been launched for Saturdays and Sundays
Come and listen to the resident pianist play on the grand piano while you dine with us.
Ideal for beautiful weddings, film shoots and corporate functions