Any venue of your choice will do but we have a few suggestions when you choose one;
1.  Enough seating for all your guests;  if the game you chose is written for 8 characters each table should seat 8 guests comfortably.
2.  Privacy; best not to sit among normal dinners if you plan to go to your favourite restaurant - rather use a private dining room if they have one available.
3.  Enough lighting for suspects to be able to read their character details and examine the evidence.
4.  If you plan to play at an outside venue its best to make sure that your guests will be out of  direct sunlight, wind and rain for comfort.
We have hosted our murder mystery games at hotels, conference venues, restaurants, private homes, schools, club houses and  boardrooms, The below list is venues/restaurants that I personally had good to great service and can recommend based on my experience at their venues:
Castle of Good Hope *  (Best to book with Cape Point Route to get the best service and inclusive packages.)
Buena Vista Greenpoint
Café Extrablatt (P.s I prefer the upstairs venue for bigger groups)
Cape Town Club*  (If you are not a member best to book with Cape Point Route to get the best inclusive rates)
Cascades Manor Hotel
De Oude Welgemoed
Erinvale Hotel (Best to book with Cape Point Route to get the best service and inclusive packages.)
Five Rooms at the Alphen Hotel
Hollow Tree
Knife Restaurant
La Mouette
Simons at Groot Constantia
Winchester Mansions
Charcoal dining
The Dining Room
Mosksh Indian Restaurant  (Offers strictly Halaal dietary options)
Dish at Le Franschoek Boutique Hotel
The Vinyard Hotel
Durbanville Hills Winery
Beluga Cape Town
Blowfish Restaurant
Lanzerac Hotel The Pool Room
Ke Monate Signal Gun Wine Farm  (Small groups should consider the wine cellar venue)*
Stone Shed Event venue (Perfect for bigger groups)
* Venues who charged venue hire (This list is a guideline and venues might add this fee without my knowledge)
* Always ask for the private dining options - i prefer the freedom of not playing with a crowd watching!