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Possibly one of the best streets in Cape Town for diversity of design from local to international. Bree Street is another, for tailored, bejewelled and fabricated goods.
Kloof Street is an extension of Long Street with restaurants and shops lining both side of the street. There is also a nice little shopping centre. called Lifestyle on Kloof.
Kloof street has a variety of restaurants to choose from, perfect for late lunches or a quick breakfast with friends. There is a Woolworths and Checkers for purchasing of essentials.
Kloof street offers a variety of restaurants and cafes to choose from. Perfect for quick breakfast or sundowners with friends.
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