The Woodstock Exchange

The Woodstock Exchange had its unofficial official opening last night with a few new tenants opening their doors.

One of the highlights was meeting the guys from Wolf & Maiden who craft amazing besoke furniture pieces in a range of solid woods like Zambezi Teak, American Ash and Kiaat. They are truly remarkable.

I popped in at the new-old Field Office which now shares space with co-owners, Scandinavian inspired duo Pedersen + Lennard, having been pimped out with a new menu board and window dressing courtesy of the ever rad Lauren Fowler.

I was SUPER excited to take a peek inside the new Dark Horse store, now a jointly shared space with newcomers, Kingdom.

It’s an eclectic mix of styles that blend seamlessly together combining fashion, jewelry, homeware and decor. In fact if you act quickly (this week only!) you can grab a few amazing deals through their partnership with Citymob.

I ended off my evening out with seared tuna noodles at Ocean Jewels. Jules is a long time friend and my local fishmonger, she’s a perennial favourite at local markets and now has a place of her own along with mutual friends, Simply Wholesome, who’ve opened an ethical deli in the adjoining space.

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2 Responses to The Woodstock Exchange

  1. Cari says:

    Looks so lovely! I must definitely check this out soon! Love Cape Town because of places like this.

  2. Matt says:

    Me to Cari! Woodstock is booming, it reminds me of Williamsburg in NYC. The gentrification has been amazing to watch over the past 5 years, just this year alone we’ve had the opening of The Foundry and now Exchange.

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