Neighbourgoods Market

On the corner of Juta St, downtown Johannesburg, smoke wafts out of concrete pillars of the first floor car park. A few metres up the side street and people pour in and out of an alley way, laughing, chatting excitedly while slurping on exotic coloured fruit juices. We follow the stream of people up into the first level of the car park to discover the Neighbourgoods Market. An entire level of food. African, Australian, Italian, seafood, wine, cakes, breads, juices, beers, frozen margarita’s, and more.

Neighbour Good Market

Neighbourgoods Market

Salivating over the food on offer, we head upstairs to the second level and out into the sun. Tables, surrounded by people enjoying the Saturday sunshine, good food and a few cold brews, crowd the concrete platform. Undercover and a bar, more tables, and clothes stalls fill up the space.

Seafood Paella

Seafood Paella

It’s the place to be on a Saturday. So I know where I’m going to be next Saturday for lunch…

Lemon, Lime & Mint iced juice

Lemon, Lime & Mint iced juice

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