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The Marabi Club boasts cosmopolitan style and new-age African ambience. And has been at the forefront of Johannesburg’s inner-city regeneration.
Made for sharing, chef Vusi Ndlovu, who’s worked with David Higgs and Luke Dale-Roberts, has put together a tasting offering that takes inspiration from the illegal shebeens of the 1920s and 30s
Beyond its quirky signage, this 1920s New York speakeasy-style restaurant and bar doubles as the suburb’s local rock ‘n roll hangout.
1920’s New York speakeasy glamour, easy jazz, epic rock and excellent food and drinks.
Photograph: Hell’s Kitchen
The San Deck offers breathtaking views over Sandton and its surrounds. With three large fire pits and a number of luxurious couches, this terrace offers some of the best of Johannesburg’s beautiful sunsets in the heart of the CBD.
Sandton’s best sundowner spot.
Photograph: San Deck at Sandton Sun
Bringing the vibe and flavour of an upmarket British bar, Churchills channels homely aesthetic with its stylised décor and commitment to service.
Premium whiskey and cigars are specialities, with cocktails, champagne and cognac also on offer. As for the food—the menu is limited but what comes out of the kitchen is tasty nonetheless.
This Asian BBQ and Karaoke bar channels authentic Asian-inspired cocktails and street food from all over South East Asia.
The venue is split into three sections: The Market (main food hall and bar for the foodies), the Cherry Blossom Garden (for outdoor fun and cocktails in the sun), and the No Tell Motel (secret karaoke pods and dress-up boxes).
Photograph: Saigon Suzy
Featured image credit: Photo by wu yi on Unsplash
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