Joziburg Lane is already known as the newest inner-city hotspot. As part of the massive No. One Eloff building, this destination offers visitors a foodhall, deli, tasting bar, events halls, and a number of bespoke retail shops to check out. And the latest good news is the lane is about to open permanently!
Don’t Miss Their Last Preview Pop-Up Before The Big Opening
The Joziburg Lane will once again open its foodhall for a pop-up streetfood extravaganza on Friday, 26 August and Saturday, 27 August 2016. Pop in to tantalise your taste buds with their foodhall traders, who are all local entrepreneurs serving fantastic streetfood with an innovative, South African twist.
Joziburg Lane Opens Permanently This September
As of 02 September 2016, the Joziburg Lane shops, foodhall, tasting bar, deli, and food traders will be open permanently, Tuesday to Saturday, every week. Visitors can expect a number of food traders, including Braeside Butchery, Zombie Chefs, Makoshom, Jeff’s Eats, Andy Brown, Cooking Soul, the Joziburg Deli, and Zophinda, just to name a few.
Trading hours will be Tuesday – Saturday: 10:00 – 17:00; and Friday nights: 17:00 to 22:00. The Joziburg Tasting Bar will stay open into the evening on all trading days.
The Joziburg Lane will be closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Pop-Up Fridays And Saturdays!
In addition to the regular food traders serving prepared meals, many pop-up deli food traders will join the extravaganza on Friday nights and Saturdays (daytime) to add a festive market atmosphere to the foodhall.
Explore The City With JoburgPlaces Tours
Joziburg Lane is the starting point for anyone keen to explore downtown Johannesburg. JoburgPlaces offers city visitors Talk, Walk & Lunch City explorations at Joziburg Lane, Tuesday to Saturday every week, from 09:00 – 14:00. Perfect for both travellers and locals alike!
Tours start and end at the Joziburg Lane. At R350 per person, the tour includes a photographic presentation and talk by author and guide, Gerald Garner, a walking tour through Marshalltown with a guide which will take you to Gandhi Square, the trendy Main Street with its abundance of coffee shops and outdoor mining museum, Hollard Street, the Impala Stampede, and Chancellor House where Mandela and Tambo had their law practice in 1952. Once the tour has come to an end, you’ll enjoy a lunch served by the Joziburg Deli back at the Joziburg Lane to round off your experience.
Visit www.joburgplaces.com for information on how to book.
You Can Also Expect And Host Fantastic Events
Joziburg Lane is ready to host private events! Apart from the trendy foodhall, there are two additional event ‘warehouse’ spaces that are currently under development at No. One Eloff. Whether you’re planning a party for 20 people, a conference for 100, or a year-end event for 1 000, they are ready to host your special event. Email email@example.com for event enquiries.
There’s So Much More At Joziburg Lane
Apart from the chance to rent a retail shop along the Joziburg Lane or a trader space in the foodhall, apartments are also available for rent from Molten Black, as are other shops, office spaces, and trader spots (for craft and consumables) in the E1 Traders Market that’s under development at No. One Eloff. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for any enquiries.
Where Is Joziburg Lane?
Joziburg Lane is in the heart of the inner-city. NOT north (Braamfontein), nor east (Maboneng) or west (Ferreirastown and Newtown), BUT in the south-central part of downtown Johannesburg. Just behind Marshalltown, at the bottom of Eloff Street, near the M2 highway.
You cannot miss the huge yellow and blue No. One Eloff building on the corner of Eloff and Wemmer Jubilee Streets, where Joziburg Lane runs around the back of the building. There’s safe rooftop parking is available.
For More Information
For more information about Joziburg Lane, the latest updates and directions, visit their website at www.joziburglane.co.za.
Vouchers can be redeemed on any tour day (Tuesday – Saturday) between 16 August and 15 October 2016.