It’s hard to believe that it was 3 years ago that we opened our doors from a tiny, tucked away cottage. And what a journey and learning curve it has been! From our vision of a small coffee shop and meeting place to the establishment it has become today.
Make no mistake, the hospitality business is a tough one but we really do thrive on it (most of the time). We are very grateful to all the locals who have stood by us through thick and thin and have been so supportive of our little venture.
A huge “Thank You” to all of you… and specially to Harold for giving us our first home.
So, next week is our last week of trading at our existing location and we’re celebrating great memories and great times, and we’d love to see as many familiar faces as possible popping in to say “cheers” to the old spot.
On Monday November 2nd we’ll be doing the great trek, one block down the road to the Village Hub. During that week we’ll be setting up and preparing to open on Saturday 7th November! We're really excited about this new adventure and truly believe that we'll bring something unique and special to Scarborough. The ethos and vibe of the Hub will remain as its always been – to be a sensitively run business hugely aware of our privileged surroundings.
Check out our website at: www.thevillagehub.co.za for more details.
Kyall, Natasha & the Hub Team.
AND, Coming Soon . . . The Whole Earth Cafe!
Harold Kolnik’s daughter Aura has returned from London to assist in opening and launching their brand new future venture in their classic original cottage at Erf 257 (96) Main Road, Scarborough. The existing building will be improved and will start trading in December 2015.
Aura is keen to hear from people with a passion for healthy natural food. For more information contact Aura Kolnik email@example.com
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Natasha and Kyall and wish them lots of success in their forthcoming move to their new premises, which will be the future home of the Village Hub. In the three years that they've operated The Hub, they've indelibly changed the entire culinary and social landscape of the village and no doubt will continue to do so.