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Foodhall & Lane Shops
Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm
plus Friday nights till 10pm.

Joziburg Tasting Bar
Tuesday – Saturday 12 noon – 9pm.
(Only the bar and deli are open on Sundays too from 10am-4pm)

JoburgPlaces Talk, Walk & Lunch Tours
Tuesday – Saturday, 9am-2pm

Additional pop-up deli stalls in the foodhall
Friday night & Saturday daytime.

A mammoth yellow-and-blue structure in south-central Johannesburg is fast becoming an icon of the city’s reinvention. Reminiscent of an Art Deco cruise ship anchored in a large city port, this gigantic building was once at the heart of Joburg’s Motor Town. Home to swanky cars in the 1950s and later to OK Bazaars, this city landmark fell upon hard times eventually, standing derelict and vacant on the edge of the city.

However, downtown is rising once again. The giant of south-central Johannesburg is now known as No. One Eloff, home to 320  loft-style rental apartments in what used the be empty parking garages just over a year ago. And with the new energy brought by residents, the ground-floor of No. One Eloff is morphing into the heart of the urban hustle and home of the grind. Under construction are several office and retail projects, tapping into the frenetic culture of Joburg’s retail entrepreneurs.

Amidst this bustle, the Joziburg Lane offers respite – here Joburg’s people gather to lounge in the sun and to tantalize their taste buds. The Joziburg Lane is a hidden gem – an alleyway that runs along the side of the No. One Eloff building, lined with bespoke shops, eateries, artist spaces and culminating in the Joziburg Foodhall with its tasting bar, deli and foodstalls. Behind that is the massive Joziburg Events Hall – a massive, warehouse-style events space that can host up to 1500 people.




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    Lunch in the City

    September 27, 2016, 11:00am - October 1, 2016, 5:00pm

    There is a new lunch time destination in the city. Hidden along the side of the collosal No. One Eloff building is the Joziburg Lane with a small but bespoke selection of delectable streetfood traders. Think South African streetfood with an innovative twist. Combine that with a refreshing drink from the Joziburg Tasting Bar and you have the perfect spot to lounge in the city for a leisurely lunch, before returning to the grind of earning a living in the city. We are open 10am-5pm, Tuesday till Saturday every week and until 10pm on Friday nights. Food tradres and eateries include Joziburg Deli, Mokashom, Jeff's Eats, Braeside Butchery, Zari's Espresso Bar, Zombie Chefs and Cramers Coffee. See Contact us for group bookings too. We host fantastic group breakfasts, bruches, lunches and dinners. Perfect for a corporate meeting, team building, birthday party or celebration of any kind.

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    Phew! It is Foodie Friday

    September 30, 2016, 6:00pm - September 30, 2016, 10:00pm

    Phew! September has sped by and it is the last Friday of the month. While our foodhall is open everyday, Tuesday - Saturday during the day, we do stay open later on Friday nights and of course the last Friday of the month is the perfect excuse to head to town for great South African streetfood with an innovative twist, locallty-produced, small-batch craft drinks and generally a good time on our beautiful mezzanine deck or at the eateries along the lane. Food vendors include: Joziburg Deli Mokashom Jeff's Eats Tikka Pot Braeside Butchery Zaris Espresso Bar Zombie Chefs Cramers Coffee We are small but really special. We are hidden along an alleyway at the side of the No. One Eloff building. We are not hip or trendy. We are just the perfect place to lounge in the city with really good, simple food, fantastic drinks and cocktails and really friendly people. Trading times on Friday: We are open from 10am in the morning already, so do join us for Lunch in the City. We stay open till 10pm on Fridays so do join us for after-work sundowners and stay for Supper in the City! Where are we? On the side of the massive blue and yellow No. One Eloff building in town. Pedestrian entrance: 2 Eloff Street, Salisbury Claims, Johannesburg CBD Parking entrance: 3 Wemmer Jubilee Street (drive in at the gate at the end of the blue-and-yellow buildind, drive up the lane and the ramp to the rooftop of the building. Take the stairs to the lane. FREE PARKING ON THE ROOFTOP. See

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    Thursday night is pub quiz night at the Joziburg Tasting Bar. Be sure to join in the fun. ...

    Thursday Night Pub Quiz

    September 29, 2016, 7:00pm - September 29, 2016, 9:30pm

    Pub Quiz: Thursday Night 29 September, 7pm Joziburg Tasting Bar at the Joziburg Lane’s foodhall 32 questions, in four sections of eight questions each Section One: Cocktails ingredients Section Two: Food ingredients Section Three: Joburg places and heritage Section Four: Joburg music Entrance fee of R20 per person, the winning team takes all the door takings. The Joziburg Tasting Bar & Deli will be open to serve scrumptious foods and drinks. Selected foodhall traders such as Makoshom, Braeside Butchery and Jeff’s Eats will be open too. Participation limited to 40 people. Secure your spot by booking a table now. Email to book. Maximum team size of four people. Arrive from 6:30 to grab drinks and food. Pub quiz starts at 7:30 SHARP. No late comers allowed to participate in the qui, but you are welcome to enjoy dirnks in the bar anyway :-) More about the quiz: The Joziburg Lane is all about supporting local entrepreneurs. Our tasting bar stocks only South African-made, small-batch craft beers, spirits and wines. Our deli serves a great selection of South African cheeses, cured meats, breads, relishes and more. Section one of the quiz will focus on the great gins, vodkas, whiskeys and other spirits produced in South Africa and that we use as cocktail ingredients. Questions may also cover craft beers, mixers and wines… Section two will focus on South African produced deli products used as ingredients in the best South African restaurants and streetfood stalls. Focus will be on the back stories of products: where is it grown, how and by whom is it made? Section three will focus on Joburg’s 130-year history from gold rush till today and explore some of the hidden gems and incredible stories of the city. Section four will focus on South African music of all genres with a link to the City of Gold.

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