WELCOME TO CASA LABIA

Built in 1929 to reflect the spirit of 18th century Venice, Casa Labia is the former Muizenberg residence of Count and Countess Natale Labia. Following a complete two-year restoration by the family, this much-loved national monument was opened to the public on 5 May 2010 as South Africa’s most exquisite multi-functional cultural centre.

Casa Labia is home to Dish Food & Social's new baby, Cucina Labia, which offers beautifully crafted menus to tempt you into the heart of this Italian home.

The Gallery on the first floor is now occupied by the South African Print Gallery; and is housing the Peter Clarke Archive & Collection. Plans are underway to establish a Print Studio in mid 2016.

Casa Labia remains available for hire as an up-market venue for every occasion and occasionally we close to host private functions. To avoid disappointment and in order to plan ahead please view the calendar under Cultural Life.

CUCINA LABIA

Cucina Labia is an 80-seater restaurant that exudes charm, warmth and authenticity.

SA PRINT GALLERY

Casa Labia gallery plays host to world class African art exhibitions, featuring both established and emerging talent.

THE VENUE

The Casa Labia events team is dedicated to creating bespoke events and once in a lifetime occasions.

CULTURAL CENTRE

Our cultural centre represents a family's vision to grow the arts within the broader Cape Town community.