Covid-safe Valentine's Drive-In LunchSunday, 14 Feb at The Beach Bar in Hout Bay
Iconic Classic Cars are treating you to a Covid-safe Valentine's Drive-In Lunch experience next Sunday, 14 Feb at The Beach Bar in Hout Bay.
Oh yes, we’re bringing back the nostalgic Drive-In Diner and we’re doing it in style. Swing by with your Cherry Red Classic, park off, cuddle up and enjoy a romantic day out with food service right to your car door. Iconic will be showcasing a number of classic beauties along side some of our local collectors.
The Beach Bar is also open for sit down and to enjoy an array of delicious cocktails & menu items to choose from. With all the Covid-friendly regulations in place, we’d like to ensure a safe & secure dining experience while providing an opportunity to have some much-needed fun. The perfect way to spend your Valentine’s Day.
Join in & enter into a raffle
Prize 1. Dinner Voucher for 2 at The Beach Bar.
Prize 2. Sunset Pick up and drive around the coast in a Classic.
Prize 3. Bucket of Sol Beer / FuzeTea.
T&C’s apply. Fill the Car Park with Classics from 10am to 2pm. Raffle Draw at 1pm. The Beach Bar will serve food and drinks till late.
All cars welcome for food-service. This event is free and open to the public. Covid protocol will be strictly adhered to. ROAR. Take-Away options available. No alcohol off the premises. Drink Responsibly. No alcohol sold to u/18.
Thank you all for joining us on the 14th of February 2021 for the launch of our event and car meeting program. We enjoyed our Valentine's day with you! For more information on our 2021 events calendar, stay tuned in on our social media and website as we intend to consistently unite you around cars with all others that share the passion and love of iconic cars.
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