Boma - Alberton
Description BOMA Grill Buffet Restaurant provides a refreshing change to both international tourists and South African diners by capitalizing on our unique heritage.The venue is set in tranquil, lush surroundings with spectacular ethnic interiors. When combined with a warm, relaxed atmosphere, friendly service and a truly world class, perfectly prepared buffet, this exceptional experience ensures that every diner leaves BOMA with a smile! The famous shebeen, with its beer, wine and soda fountain, has been re-introduced due to overwhelming public demand. BOMA Alberton is divided into separate sections. An intimate atmosphere is created, and although BOMA seats 500 guests,it's suitable for celebrations of any size. BOMA Alberton is located just off the N12, a mere 20 minutes from Johannesburg International Airport. Ample, secure parking is available. Open for lunch from Wednesdays to Sundays and for dinner every night except Mondays and Sundays. The Theatre How is it at a time when the arts are not well supported that the BOMA Alberton Theatre draws a steady stream of both seasoned and new theatre patrons? The magic formula - an informal, festive atmosphere, quality entertainment and great value for money! The rustic décor of a typical American ranch barn lends a quaint old world charm. The theatre has two levels and accommodates 350 people. Patrons can purchase a basket meal to enjoy at the Fire. Location/Address/Phone No./Fax No.
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S 26° 15' 54" -26° 15.9' Longitude
E 28° 7' 7.32" 28° 7.122'
Address Cnr Fore & Ring Road West New Redruth Alberton Gauteng South Africa Phone No. 011 869 1555 If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 869 1555 Fax No. 011 869 3841 If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 869 3841 More Information Local Weather Map
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