Eating Out in FerreirasdorpJoziburg Lane
Where? No One Eloff, Corner of Eloff and Wemmer Jubilee Streets, Salisbury Claims, Johannesburg CBD
When? Tuesday to Saturday from 10h00 to 17h00.
Friday nights till 22h00.
Johannesburg is South Africa’s commercial epicentre; the place where shopaholics go to get the ultimate fix, and the springboard from where millions of tourists begin their South African adventure. In the south-central part of this bustling metropolis is Joziburg Lane, next to a massive structure that is iconic for its yellow and blue colouring. This was once an enormous part of Johannesburg’s Motor Town of yesteryear.
Within the art deco-cum-industrial-style building, a world of exciting finds awaits. The Joziburg Lane is amidst all the comings and goings of the building (now known as No. One Eloff), promising visitors and locals a place to relax from the hustle and bustle.
This alleyway is flanked by exquisitely unique shops, galleries and exhibitions spaces for artists, and fascinating finds nestled in quirky corners. At the end of the alley is the Joziburg Foodhall, where delis, food stalls, pop-up stalls, and a tasting bar can be found. The inviting events hall area is enormous, with a capacity to seat some 1 500 people.
Shoppers that want to kick back and soak up the welcoming vibe of South Africa, even in the urban hub of the City of Gold, are invited to explore the Joziburg Lane for a local experience of a different kind.
The greater Johannesburg area offers a number of attractions for visitors from around the world. In this multifaceted city, tourists can add the Apartheid Museum, SAB World of Beer, Johannesburg Zoo, Constitution Hill, and the Hector Pieterson Museum to their itinerary. Johannesburg is also the home of the OR Tambo International Airport.