Drink Outings To Enjoy In Joburg


You don’t have to go the traditional route for a drinks night out, switch things up with these cool spots around Johannesburg.

Father Coffee
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People in Johannesburg love to go out and enjoy some delicious drinks. But, we have something different for you to explore.

We have found some amazing places where you can enjoy something different during your night out.

Joburg is filled with places to explore, so let’s travel glass to glass to find something new.

Craft Restaurant
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Craft Restaurant

What: Milkshakes

The milkshakes at Craft Restaurant are not your average milkshake. These are mind-blowing masterpieces of deliciousness.

If you have not tried these yet, now is the time. Their combos are out-of-this-world. Their options range from the Chocolate Overload and Salted Caramel Delight to the Candy Carnival and many more.

Tiger’s Milk

What: Mocktails

If you want to enjoy a drinks night out with no alcohol, then your search for some yummy virgin daiquiris has come to a close with Tiger’s Milk.

Tiger’s Milk has a well stocked bar, where they whip up delicious drinks. These drinks are so good, you won’t even miss the alcohol.

You can find them at Cedar Square, Bryanston and Melrose Arch.

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Peacock Tea & Coffee

What: Tea

Peacock Tea & Coffee is a tea and coffee lover’s dream, offering a wide variety of options.

They offer the best quality tea, whether you want something exotic, fruity or herbal. You can also taste some of their master blends, from Arabian and Italian flavours to African blends.

Peacock Tea & Coffee has all the accessories you need to spoil yourself at home.

Motherland Coffee Co VS Father Coffee

Father Coffee

What: Iced coffee

Father Coffee has mastered the art of the grind, roast and serve.

Father Coffee uses the best quality beans to create some of the most delicious coffee in the city. A firm favourite is their strong brew of iced coffee.

This coffee spot sources some of the best beans from well-known African countries. They also have beans from as far as Brazil, Guatemala and Costa Rica.

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