As a seasoned ISP Events Coordinator Michelle Cawood-van Rensburg is planning to offer Sunday lunches at Getafix Garden Café in the near future and performances by local musicians.
GEORGE NEWS - The tea garden - Getafix Garden Café at the Garden Route Botanical Garden in Caledon Street, George - is becoming a popular venue for children's parties, birthday parties and day meetings.
On Saturdays the Parkrun participants find the hearty breakfasts with a free freshly brewed coffee or cappuccino the ideal way of ending an enjoyable weekend highlight. The owners Michelle Cawood-van Rensburg and her parents Mike and Dene Cawood, are expanding the menu to include filling winter dishes and daily specials. They are also encouraging Georgians to become regulars by inviting them to join the Getafix Loyalty Programme and get 10% of their bill back.
The Garden Route Botanical Garden Trust (GRBG) Chairman Colin Ralston is a regular and rewards himself with coffee, cake, breakfast or lunch between scouring the garden for fauna. He said the quality of food and prompt service is what keeps him coming back. He particularly recommends the cheesecake, scones and quiche. Ralston welcomes the Getafix owners as new tenants and is encouraged by the promising start they have made and of maintaining their standards.
They are proud of the fact that they are the only coffee shop in George who sells Blacksmith coffee. This comes from sustainable sources and creates a platform for job creation and skills development that empowers, shares knowledge and stimulates the entrepreneurial spirit.
Visit the Getafix Garden Café Facebook page for details of upcoming events. As a seasoned ISP Events Coordinator, Michelle is planning to offer Sunday lunches in the near future and also performances by local musicians.
Freshly brewed coffee and delicious, freshly baked cakes are served daily. Trading hours are Monday to Friday 9:00 to 17:00 and Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 to 15:00. Contact Mike on 082 440 5847 for more information.
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