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Having been on the craft beer scene for some years now, they are an ever-expanding brand, who make careful decisions about new premises and venues.
Burgers are really their stand-out feature, even though they serve interesting brunch dishes such as a Pretzel breakfast with a home-made pretzel with cream cheese, scrambled egg and honey glazed bacon. Other options include some hearty salads, interesting snack platters and light meals such as the ruby brisket bowl, some great sandwiches, ribs and a few decadent desserts. However, do not pass the opportunity to have a burger, such as The Gevaaalik.com with a smoked beef patty, bacon, cherry ale balsamic caramelized onions, fried egg and three different cheeses.
This is the type of place where one can get into a whole debate about beers, gins, mixes and other craft drinks. Everyone is passionate about the selection and they boast passionately about stocking the largest selection of beers in SA. They also offer beer tastings which is a great idea for the uninitiated, and those who know their stuff will do well to try some of their limited edition beers such as Damnation Brewing Co Lone Wolf APA or Toast Bread Brew Bread Pale Ale.
Service is slick and polished, with enough people around to ensure that everything goes smoothly. The staff are quite happy to recommend their favourite burger or beer.
This is one of those places where grown-ups and youngsters co-mingle with comfortable ease. There are a few large communal tables inside, so if the weather allows (which it mostly does in Pretoria), sit outside and just enjoy the ambience and buzzy liveliness. Capital Craft is located in the Greenlyn Village, so there are options of other nice places to dine. But be daring and rather head for the city center and try out this brand’s latest addition, The Africa Beer Emporium situated right across the street from the Reserve Bank and the State Theater.
For the best lively vibey outside burgers in town.
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