Warm & Glad Review


Venue: 357 Jan Smuts Avenue (corner St Alban’s Road), Craighall Park, Johannesburg
Trading hours: Monday to Friday 07.30 – 16.30; Saturdays 08.30 – 15.00; Public Holidays 08.30 – 12.30
Best feature: The coffee, aesthetics & relaxed atmosphere

Without a flicker of a doubt, the owner and creator of Warm & Glad Food and Wine Bar has got to be a perfectionist! How else do you explain the brilliant combination of flavourful coffee, a creative layout, wordly music, wifi, friendly waiters and a book store all in one loft space? Situated in Craighall Park, Warm & Glad is the perfect place for creatives to sit and enjoy healthy, delicious food in the company of like-minded people.

Add a library section consisting of a variety of books from cooking manuals, Vogue magazine and The Gentlewoman to publications on the legendary Nelson Mandela, and you get a love like no other. It is impossible not to have creativity oozing out of your ears! Whether you want a spot to spend the afternoon with a few of your friends, wish to bounce ideas off a few of your business partners or just want to enjoy lunch for one – Warm & Glad is definitely the place.
Warm & Glad
Warm and Glad is known for using only the best quality ingredients and proudly supports small businesses. Their chickens are free-range, their meat is grass-fed, hormone-free and steroid-free and their bread is 100% fresh (the bread used for all the toasties is purchased from a Mozambican baker who is based in Joburg and stays up all night baking. He then runs around the city in the mornings, delivering his loaves!).
warm&glad_02We’re not done – they also make their own granola by toasting organic rolled oats, nuts, seeds, apple juice and honey, which is served with fat-free yoghurt (see what we meant by perfectionists?). Their coffee is creamy, their vegetables organic – honestly, you don’t need any more convincing!

For more info, give them a ring on (011) 781 0455

Zimasa Qolohle

Born in Port Elizabeth; bred in Pretoria; living in Johannesburg. An aspiring Entrepreneur and business owner who has dreams of improving and empowering the lives of South African women. Passionate about my country, its economy, and the upliftment of its people. We strive to credit each and every article or image posted to The Corporate Canvas. Should you ever feel that a source was not correctly credited, or that a significantly large section of a post was sourced elsewhere, kindly email the Editor, Zimasa Qolohle on [email protected] and we will endeavour to correct the error. Accordingly, we would appreciate the same level of respect in this regard and ask that all content originally seen on The Corporate Canvas be correctly credited. Unless otherwise noted, all photos and graphics have been taken by The Editor, Zimasa Qolohle © 2014 The Corporate Canvas. All Rights Reserved.