Yebo Beach Haus (or Ski House, depending on the time of year you visit) is a South African spot that bases their menu and interior off a specific beach or ski town that has inspired them for the season. If you go during the Beach Haus half of the year, the menu will include things like fresh carrot salad, taquitos, and a curried chile relleno that you’ll immediately want to go back for. It’s worth a visit at least once every summer and winter just to see what they’re up to, and it gives you a great excuse to grab drinks at the St. Regis across the street if you want to make a night of it.
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