Kitchener’s Carvery

One of the oldest bars in Joburg can be found in a former Braamfontein hotel, just north of the city centre. The Milner Hotel was founded in the early 19th century, and its bar Kitchener’s Carvery – named after the Afrikaner-eating British field marshal – looks like nothing changed in decades with its loud wallpaper and panel ceilings. On weekdays the regulars can be found propping up the bar, but on weekend night the pretty young things roll in, and there’s DJs playing electro music, bands and plenty of trilby hats.

One day her son is going to be too tall for use as a tripod.

Artist in the house.

I keep bumping into these guys.

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