The living room
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The Living Room is one of the few, if not only, venues in Johannesburg with a rooftop garden. This cafe is popular for their vibrant and eclectic Sundays that brings something fresh to the table. Comfortably situated on a rooftop of green, it welcomes you to relax, take in the beautiful melting sun…
Visit Joburg's inner city and find respite in this lush restaurant and enjoy lunch with a view. Visit on Sundays for the live music.
Situated in the vibrant Maboneng Precinct, a blend of natural and urban....a unique rooftop restaurant / bar situated on a terrace with hanging gardens and awesome views of the area
Situated in the vibrant precinct of Maboneng, the Living Room is a unique blend of the natural and the urban. Nestled in a luscious environment and set against the expansive views of the urban jungle, laid back celebrations are what this spot does best!
The Living Room is a unique blend of the natural and the urban. Experience thriving greenery and majestic views of the city. Literally party on the decks as Saturdays they host a funky Pop-up party called “Super Cool Saturday”.
“Pata Pata is local café that serves a traditional African inspired cuisine. Their menu offers simple meals like burgers, wraps, salads and signature dishes including stuffed chicken breast, lamb shank, oxtail stew and crocodile wors. The restaurant is known for their live entertainment too with a regular live jazz tunes, making it a great spot for a chilled night out with friends.”
“This live music restaurant is a must-go due to its close proximity to the building which means you don’t need transport. They host wonderful Jazz Sunday Sessions. ”
“Superb management, divine food and lovely house wines. A breath of fresh air in Maboneng.”
“Infamous century-old prison, now a center with the High Court, tours & exhibitions on local history. ”
“Melville’s 7th Street used to be a mixture of seedy bars and a few, great restaurants muddled between second hand stores and coffee shops, but it’s fast evolving. It’s becoming more retro and populated with a cool new set of restaurants that are hell-bent on making 7th Street a real restaurant destination.”