The Old Biscuit Mill is a vibrant emporium situated in Woodstock’s heart, well-known as an established designer and food-lovers hub located a mere ten-minute drive from the city centre.
The Mill occupies a traditional red-brick factory transformed long ago into a community of designer stores, craft shops and restaurants.
 The Old Biscuit Mill boasts some of the city’s best creative enterprises, where its citizens from all walks of life meet to share their passion for culinary delights and exquisite local designs. Here, you’ll find one-of-a-kind fashions, quirky travel mementoes, local artisanal products and gifts and an impressive trove of other uniquely Cape Town treasures – including a few of the highest-rated restaurants in the country, such as The Test Kitchen and The Pot Luck Club
Every Saturday from 9 AM – 3 PM (come rain or shine), the popular Neighbourgoods Market encourages even more local artists, creators and foodies to the Old Biscuit Mill. Having catalysed the market scene in Cape Town over a decade ago, the Neighbourgoods Market is an absolute must-see for all those visiting Cape Town and a continuously crucial setting for the locals. 
There is secure parking available all day at the College of Cape Town, directly opposite the Mill, and the entrance to this parking lot is in Kent Street. The College parking is also available on all special events and festival days.
There’s always something exciting brewing within the Mill, as it’s home to both Day and Night Markets, dynamic office spaces, a range of workshops as well as an inspiring line-up of festivals and productions. It sincerely loves to host company functions and up-scale events between its daily activities designed to entertain and provide for the public it loves so much. It also boasts being the new home for The Old Biscuit Mill Conference and Events space. 
Come over, and enjoy a feast for the senses as you taste, hear, smell and see the buffet of food, music and art that we relish creating daily.
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