The Jazz Maniacs
During the Apartheid era, music was an important part of South Africa's struggle. The Jazz Maniacs were a popular Jazz group from the Kliptown area in the 1950s.
Guests are entertained by local jazz artists while dining on traditional South African dishes at the Soweto Hotel on Freedom Square. This stylish restaurant takes the diner back to the time when jazz was king. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner guests can enjoy dishes such as traditional fish and chips, traditional township breakfasts or sticky wings and chips to name a few.
Rusty's Cocktail Bar
Named after the great liberation icon of the Apartheid era, Lionel "Rusty" Bernstein, the Rusty's Cocktail bar at the Soweto Hotel on Freedom Square in Johannesburg is a great place to unwind and enjoy a cocktail and chat with friends. Open daily, guests can enjoy a wide range of cocktails or a coffee and a cake. Cakes and bakes freshly made daily will tantalize your taste buds. Among the cocktails on offer are locally inspired drinks that celebrate South African pride and tradition.