Necessity is the mother of invention. If there was ever a time to believe this, that time is right now. Hillcrest Restaurant in the Durbanville Wine Valley is doing just that and transforming their offering into the Hillcrest Roadhouse Restaurant.
A first for Cape Town â€“ the restaurant parking area will be converted into a drive-in style area, plus you can order food and have it delivered to your car while you social-distance and enjoy the movie on offer.
Owner of Hillcrest Restaurant, Mike Crawford, announced via Facebook on Friday [July 3] that the restaurant will be changing into a roadhouse with a â€œMonster Big Screenâ€ added to the parking area to host 100 cars for a movie.
And what can you expect to pay? Crawford says they are trying to keep costs as low as possible and are still finalising ticket prices â€“ but expect to pay anything between R50 â€“ R75 per person.
Oh I remember drive-ins as a teenager.... good to see some technology featuring for the bookings and food deliveries to the car.
See Cape Town's very first drive-in style roadhouse to open
Hillcrest Restaurant in the Durbanville Wine Valley is doing just that and transforming their offering into the Hillcrest Roadhouse Restaurant.