I have stumbled on some exciting places to visit in JHB. If you have not already, do yourself a favour and visit them.
44 on Stanley:
Is a wonderful getaway in the heart of Joburg. They boast a range of restaurants, art galleries, home decor shops, a quaint little book store and much much more. The tomato relish at Salvation cafe is a must try, it had me salivating for more.
“44 Stanley is Joburg’s best kept secret. What was a series of industrial buildings is now a relaxed meander through 25 specialty boutiques, restaurants and design studios. The Synergy of creative souls, aloes, 1930s architecture and deliciously unique products – from clothing, toys, objects, to food and furnishings – make for an ambiance that is refreshing as it is quintessentially Johannesburg”
For more info visit – http://www.44stanley.co.za/
The food, the choice, the smells. It is captivating on entry. The downstairs level is a myriad of exotic food from Germany, to Holland and to Spain. There is so much on offer and choices for all taste buds.
“The award-winning Neighbourgoods market at the old biscuit mill in cape town is pleased to announce the opening of its JHB site.
In keeping with our commitment to urban regeneration and the goal to revive and reinvent the public market as a civic institution, we have chosen a venue in the heart of the city precinct of Braamfontein. The market will take place over two floors of 73 juta street, a johannesburg landmark building featuring a large-scale concrete faced by Edoardo Villa. The second floor will feature an extensive roof top area with views over Braamfontein and the heart of the inner city.
Market-goers can expect the same high standards of quality and experience that have become the benchmark of the Cape Town market.
Participating traders include: ⋃ Breweries, Origin Artisan Roasters and Nigiro Teas, Cheese Gourmet, Fine & Raw Chocolates, Petit Cochon, The Charcuterie & Richard Bosman Quality Cured Meats, Merchants & Makers, Buffalo Ridge Mozzarella and Lazanou Organic Vineyards.
The market will run every Saturday, come rain or shine, form 09:00 – 15:00. There will also be a calendar of special events throughout the year such as the We Love Real Beer Festival and forthcoming Barrel & Vine”
For more info visit – http://www.neighbourgoodsmarket.co.za