Darling on the West Coast Way

“Only an hour from Cape Town… but a million miles away!”

Upcoming Events

2017 Darling Wild Flower Show

Darling Winter Festival

Date: Saturday 1 July 2017; (10:00 – 18:00)

Darling Brew presents, the much anticipated, Darling Winter Beer Festival for the second year in a row. Live music, food trucks, guest breweries and lots of Darling Brew on tap and for sale.

This year, the festival will feature:

  • 6 guest breweries including RIOT Beer, D’Cider, Black Eagle Brewing Co – Langebaan, Independent Beer and Spirits
  • Three foodies including charcuterie from Darling’s local curesmith’s The Flying Pig
  • Live music from Jenny & The Jameses, Jimm Harisson Project and the Stone Jets.

The event takes place in Darling Brew’s state-of-the-art Brewery. (So in the case of rain, we’ll be cozy and under cover)

Don’t miss the chance to taste the local craft beers famous in the West Coast! A ticket gets you entrance, a branded beer glass and a bottle of 500ml Darling Brew at the door*.

Tickets available via Webtickets!
General admission – R120 /Big kids (under 18)* – R100Little kids (under 12)* – Free entry

Location: Darling Brew, 48 Caledon Street, Darling
Booking: tasteroom@darlingbrew.co.za
More info: 021 286 1099 philippa@darlingbrew.co.za www.darlingbrew.co.za

Charcuterie Course

Relief, an exhibition @ Darling Sweet

Charles Tertiens


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8 Places to eat in Darling on the West Coast of South Africa

Written by Johan Liebenberg

Photographs by Bruce Tuck

Whenever I visit the little town of Darling with its thresholds adorned with natural flora, I am reminded of the film Monsieur Hire, based on the novella by Georges Simenon, where Monsieur Hire, living in Paris, tries to coax a beautiful young woman to leave with him to Switzerland: “They beautify their homes and have flowerpots in the windowsills,” he says – or words to that effect. Instead of flowerpots, the people of Darling have verges covered in wild flowers.

They are fiercely proud of their town and the houses are painted in delightful colours, as if prettiness is the sole purpose of the place. In spring, of course, the town is transformed into a wonderland of colour as wild flowers bloom… well, pretty much everywhere. But there is another aspect to Darling, which is that it’s an up-and-coming gourmet destination while at the same time retaining its  character as a dorpie.

8 Places to eat in Darling…read the full story here


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