The Two & Sixpence Tavern

The Two & Sixpence Tavern in Simon's Town, Cape Town, South Africa | Pub

The De Beers Building, 88 St. George's Street, Simon's Town, was designed by Sir Herbert Baker and erected by Cecil John Rhodes in 1902. Imperial Cold Storage purchased it from De Beers in 1903 and in 1921 the Standard Bank took the building over and occupied the premises until 1973. Since then it has been used by a succession of owners as a Pub or restaurant business, most of which have lasted only a short period of time. The De Beers Building was also subsequently declared a National Monument.
The Two and Sixpence Tavern was opened on February 15th 1999 and the Pub continues to flourish today. The Tavern is a traditional English Pub serving a variety of drinks and meals.
Draught beers currently include Castle, Windhoek, Guinness and Kilkenny. A number of wines and ciders and a wide variety of spirits are also sold. Pub grub varies daily. Specials such as Eisbein on Fridays and traditional Sunday roasts are served, and old favourites such as bangers and mash and ploughman's platter are available every day. The northern English butty is also sold daily with a variety of fillings.

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88 St. George's Street
Simon's Town
Western Cape
South Africa
+27 21 786-1371
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