Whether you’re planning a year-end function or a special family occasion, these spots will give your event the ambience it needs. Here are six restaurants in Johannesburg with gorgeous private dining rooms.
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A large selection of excellent dishes, wines, and cigars await you at the Grillhouse in Rosebank. Art deco furnishings, romantic lighting, raw face brick, and black leather combine in this warm space to make you feel as though you’ve been transported to New York about 100 years ago. Choose from several private dining rooms for any special occasion and enjoy a fantastic choice of steaks, salads, chicken, seafood or vegetarian dishes with your guests.
For more information, or to make a booking: call 011 880 3945 or email [email protected]
With a menu that celebrates seasonal fare and local South African produce, OneNINEOne on Oxford Road in Rosebank is an elegant option for your next family event or business function. The exclusive private dining room seats up to 12 people and includes an adjacent private terrace in the Hyatt Regency’s lush inner-courtyard. It’s a super chic space with a delicious and stylish food offering that’s simply not to be missed.
For more information, or to make a booking: call 011 280 1188 or email [email protected]
Arbour Café and Courtyard is an enchanting restaurant in Birdhaven with seating available both inside the delightful café and crêperie and outdoors. But if it’s an intimate affair you’re after, the secluded inner courtyard is the perfect spot for an evening soirée. Book ahead to enjoy the diversity of the special function menu, which ranges from plated à la carte to harvest tables, four-course dinners, and mouthwatering canapés.
For more information, or to make a booking: call 011 788 4111 or email [email protected]
Nestled in the leafy suburb of Parktown North, the Local Grill is a superb choice if you’re looking for a place to satisfy those red meat cravings. With its chic decor, the private dining room (or wine room) seats up to 12 people in a cosy setting with wooden floors and quality finishes. You can even enter the meat locker to choose your particular cut of dry or wet-aged beef and venison.
For more information, or to make a booking: call 011 880 1946 or email [email protected]
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When you combine great food, slick service, and live jazz, your function is bound to be a success. It’s no surprise then that the Marabi Club in Doornfontein makes our list of restaurants. This underground jazz club serves a heavy dose of nostalgia as you enjoy live performances from the comfort of the private dining room. It seats 20 people with a minimum spend, and you can draw the curtains to conceal your party from other patrons.
For more information, or to make a booking: call 010 591 2879.
Marble Restaurant is the perfect choice for an impressive business lunch or work function. Two private dining rooms (seating up to 12 or 16 people) offer views of the open kitchen in action. Plus, there’s AV equipment and customisable decor at your disposal. Chef David Higgs’ delectable food is the star of the show, though, best enjoyed with the rooftop restaurant’s stellar views.
For more information, or to make a booking: call 010 594 5550 or WhatsApp on 064 439 2030.
Compiled by Food and Decor Editor, Claire Badenhorst
As the food and decor editor of Woman&Home, Claire enjoys nothing more than eating great food in beautiful locations. In a perfect world, she would travel for a living and have a Lord of the Rings marathon every weekend.