Time there half/full day
Time to visit 10am onwards
Getting around walk
Getting there Train: Parliament /Tram: 86

Say what you want about Chapel Street, the facts are if know where to look you can always find a good time. This guide will help you locate the best bars, theatres, stores and places to eat on or just off Chapel Street. If you would like to follow this guide a good place to start is Prahran Station, which you can get to via the Sandringham line from Flinders Street Station.


revolver upstairs


If you are looking for a good night out in Melbourne you only have to remember one word, Revs! From Tuesday to Saturday 5PM - 11PM, Colonel Tan’s Thai Kitchen serves up some fantastic food in the venue, see their menu here. Then, after midnight you can sit back and watch this place turn into an absolute party. There are many rumours about Revolver and it’s anyones guess what is true or false but one things for sure Revs will always brings the party with live music and world class DJs, see the gig guide here. | 229 Chapel St, Prahran | 03 9521 5985


Greville Records


Greville Records has been keeping Melbourne music lovers smiling since 1978 and owner Warwick Brown has been running the joint since 1991. Greville Records has always stocked rare, alternative vinyl and the shop has played an important part in Melbourne’s music history, shipping 100,000’s of hard to find record into the city. No listening station did hurt a little but the knowledge behind the counter in is on point, so well worth a shop if you like music. | 152 Greville St, Prahran


Prahran Market


If your into food the Prahran Market is a perfect place to visit, with a range of grocers to do your weekly shop and plenty of eateries to get a fresh taste of what this market has to offer. The Prahran Market is Melbourne’s oldest, opening it’s door for the first time in 1864. Now, the market is closed on Mondays and Wednesdays and opening hours are from 7am until 5pm on most day, Sundays the market opens at 10am and closes at 3pm. | 163 Commercial Rd, South Yarra


Borsch, Vodka & Tears


This is one of the best dining experiences on Chapel Street. Borsch, Vodka & Tears is styled like a Kraków cellar bar and stocked heavily with Polish vodka, just like it should be. They also stock authentic wormwood absinthe and Eastern European beers. The menu is full of contemporary Polish dishes - if it’s your first time a banquet is a good place to start. Borsch opens at 10am every day and keeps the good times going until late most nights. Check out the menu | | 173 Chapel St, Windsor


astor theatre


This single screen theatre is the last of its kind in Melbourne and it has been open since 1936. Now, the theatre can boast about its state-of-the-art sound system and a giant screen. Here you can catch classics, cult favourites and select new releases, see the timetable here. All tickets are $14 on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. | 1 Chapel St, St Kilda | 03 9510 1414




Famous for it’s four dollar pizzas, see the menu here. Pizza’s are $4 from 12 to 4pm and 7 to 11pm, Monday to Thursday. Friday and Saturday the times are 12 to 4pm and 7 to 9pm. On Sunday’s pizza are $4 ALL DAY! There is more than just cheap pizza at Lucky Coq to find out more click the events tab on their website: | 179 Chapel St, Windsor


Bounce Audio


This very small shop is packed with a good time, with banging local and International records. Mostly house and techno vinyl from from all the cool places but you can defiantly pick up some special from the discounts crates. Two listening stations will help you search for the perfect beat and staff will point you in the right direction if you need a hand. Bounce also have DJ equipment for sale and for hire. These guys do Funktion One set ups, so if you ever want do a party right hit up Bounce Audio. | 37 Cato St, Prahran


Leonards House of Love


American 70’s style bar set up in a house just off Chapel Street, slinging cold beers, burgers, wine, load fries, cocktails and fried chicken. The Bloody Mary, name the Proud Mary is done right and you should give their Pickleback a crack while your at it. You will feel at home in this comfortable bar is the type of place you at stay all night. Play pool in the back you or sit on the front porch eating and drinking yourself silly. | 3 Wilson St, South Yarra