Rooftop at Hallmark House

Hallmark House in Maboneng was the much-anticipated design of leading Ghanaian-British architect David Adjaye whose work includes the landmark National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC. The building houses residential apartments (some of them owned by Johannesburg's most famous cultural icons) and a hotel.

At the top of the building is 999 (triple nine) Hallmark's spectacular rooftop venue. This is one of the most impressive rooftop bars anywhere in Joburg with incredible 350-degree views of the distinctive downtown skyline from its wraparound balcony.

Open Thursdays to Sundays there's a casual contemporary menu of dishes like sticky pork ribs, chicken sliders, truffle mac and cheese, and kimchi prawn salad to enjoy for lunch while admiring the view. Once the sun starts to go down settle in for sundowners and house beats courtesy of the weekend DJs. Saturdays it's Hip Hop and RnB, Sundays, house.

We especially recommend keeping a close eye out for 999's monthly High Steaks experience (which as you can guess goes all out on the very best steaks) and the extravagant gourmet brunches cooked up by the dynamic young head chef Katlego Mlambo from The Marabi Club, Hallmark's underground dining and live music venue.
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Outside seating
Guarded parking
Swimming pool



Open Thu, Fri 15:00–21:00, Sat, Sun 12:00–21:00 (live music from 16:00). Closed Mon–Wed.


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