Twelve diverse traders will be operating within Maverick Corner, from new eateries and watering holes, to dynamic fashion and trinket stores. There will also be a shared green courtyard for eating, working or simply hanging out. The fashion and trinket stores include Stitch and Steel ladies boutique (which also stocks Wilbur & Luke kids’ clothing range), five8ths handmade menswear, KEAI little asian trinkets, Kitenge Creaxions fabrics and accessories and Anomali Jewellery. There are also some fine places to eat like King James XVI Ethiopian restaurant, The Fabulous Burger Boys, Soul Souvlaki, Cocobel Desserts and the list does not stop there! Maverick Corner also has a few other offerings such as YES SIR!, a bar, diner and entertainment venue as well as ZEN club to add a bit of nightlife, while Whippet Cycles enhances a growing cycle culture in Maboneng and Johannesburg. Monthly events, including late night shopping evenings, are planned for going forward. To find out more about Maverick Corner click here.
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Maverick Corner, a mixed use development in Maboneng opened their doors in October 2013.
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The guides were very friendly and had a good knowledge of the area. We took 45 high school pupils on the walk and it was safe and well organised. Curiocity ensured that our large bus was safely...
If you want to experience many activities at once without going around in circle visit this precinct. It would be nice if you go as early as possible and make it a full day experience.
A very lively place with interesting local food and drinks. You can shop for genuine African handcrafted souvenirs while several street bands are playing.