Fireman’s Arms

Fireman’s Arms welcomes you with the ambiance of an old English pub; the dark, rich polished wooden bars and tables, memorabilia such as fireman’s helmets, an old ladder, a fireman’s pole, and snippets from sport history, make you think back to a time of old.

Established in 1864, firemans-arms is one of the finest and oldest pubs in Cape Town providing fine beers and wines with exquisite food and light meals. The pub has undergone renovations and improvements over the years while keeping the original building and ambiance, it offers high definition viewing and big screen events to it’s patrons while offering exceptional service in a relaxing and traditional setting.

The firemans-arms provide spectacular viewing in full high definition on all 9 46″ flat screen panels as well as 2 big screens for all major sporting events with digital sound to match. Wireless internet access is available in all area’s of the venue, there are smoking and non smoking area’s all of which provide ample viewing area’s of the flat panel displays. Private functions and event can be arranged on request, additional information on events and functions can be found on the site.

If you ever find yourself in need of refreshment, come to Fireman’s Arms, come thirsty. We have a selection of more than 25 beers on tap, great specials and a large variety of beverages which include speciality coffees. Indulge your beer addiction, who knows it might help you pluck up the courage to climb to the top of our fireman’s pole to leave your mark, as you sign the ceiling.

What’s a good pub without some grub? We turn up the heat with blazing, hearty meals that hit the spot. Our homemade pies are in a class of their own. The Fireman’s Pie is strictly for the brave, it doesn’t get hotter than this. Fill the hole in your tummy with starters, foccacia, homemade soups, salads, mains that range from steak, to pies, curry, fish and chips and pizza. Why not try out our thin gluten free pizza base? Get creative with a range of decadent toppings including escargot. Whatever you end up having, leave room for dessert!

5 Things To Do In Cape Town

If you’re ‘new’ or ‘old’ to Cape Town, there will always be a time to wonder what to do.

If you have not yet been up to the highest point of Table Mountain, with the luxurious 360 Degree Panoramic View from the Cable Car then it is definitely time to add this to your bucket list. Table Mountain also has a wonderful little restaurant right at the top which is always a nice way to treat yourself whether you have made the climb or viewed the breathtaking scenery from the cable car ride.

Then to the lowest peak, there is Robben Island; a must venture for all who are familiar with the great hero and late father of South Africa’s long walk to freedom, Nelson Mandela.

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