POPArt’s is part of the popular and vibrant neighbourhood, Maboneng, which is home to some of Johannesburg’s most eclectic dining experiences.

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Little Addis (a very short walk down the road) serves traditional ethiopian specialities, including their famous platters.

Lenin’s Vodka Bar (up the road at Maverick Corner) not only a great court yard setting with a full gourmet menu, Lenin’s offers Happy Hour specials from 5pm – 7pm, and is also a great place to hang out after the show.

PataPata (next door on the other side) is a 1950s-style diner offering gourmet meals and live entertainment.

The Living Room (on a rooftop nearby) is a health food restaurant with a difference. Surrounded by greenery on a rooftop with a spectacular view, enjoy fresh food and juices as well as cocktails. Open on selected days only.

Sharp! (just around the corner on Kruger Street), braai up a storm at their shisanyam

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a stand. It’s especially great for when you’re running late, as it’s pretty fast food.

Chalkboard Café (just next door) specialises in pizza, bagels and craft beer.

Canteen at Arts on Main (a short walk down the road) offers a full menu with simple snacks and gourmet meals.

The Blackanese Wine & Sushi Bar (just around the corner on Kruger Street) has a full menu of delightful sushi as well as special creations and a noodle bar.

House of Baobab (just around the corner on Kruger Street) is a west African Diner specialising in traditional dishes from Pan African countries.

Che Argentine Grill (just up the road on Fox Street): a full menu of delicious traditional treats from Argentina.

Mama Mexicana (just down the road on Fox Street): Fast, easy delicious Mexican Food, and Margaritas to boot.

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