keeping it local

The hugely popular neighbourgoods market that originated in the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock, Cape Town moved to Johannesburg in September last year, and has fast become the place to be on a Saturday morning. The venue in Juta street is definitely one of my favourite parts of the market. 70 Juta across the way is also worth checking out (the Lomography Embassy store is pretty awesome!). If you’re in Johannesburg I would highly recommend getting some friends together, buy a few craft beers and enjoy the scenery (and let’s be honest, the people watching).

the entrance to neighbourgoods

view of the building from the rooftop

some of what you can expect to find at the market

1000 wives sell awesome thai food (I recommend the rice paper rolls)

hand crafted darling brew beer

margaritas

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