Just before The Olsen, off Chapel Street is a street that’s often overlooked. From the outside, it may not look like much. But once you’ve finally checked it out, you’ll kick yourself for not doing so sooner! If you’re not yet convinced, here’s our pick on what to do and where to go on Daly Street!
Looking for a dinner spot that’s both healthy and delicious? Add SMAK straight to the top of your list! Founded by two guys who set out to create a restaurant that felt good, and made food that was good for you and also hella tasty. Let’s just say that they succeeded and then some! So next time you’re feeling a little peckish, but still want to maintain that summer bod – stop by and do some good eating.
6 Daly St, South Yarra
Luxury health and fitness? Uh, sign us up! Studio PP is an ultra glam fitness studio set in a state of the art loft studio. Founded by Olympian Stephanie Prem, Studio PP pulls out all of the stops. Adding to the beautiful space is an elite team of trainers, an incredible range of classes like pilates, yoga, barre and bootcamps and of course there’s one on one training if you need a little extra attention. Take your fitness to the next level in a space you’ll love (and make your besties super jel’ with the ridiculous body you’ll wind up with)
Level 1, 7 Almeida Cres, South Yarra
Le Louvre is the destination for the most exclusive edit of international brands sourced from around the globe. It’s the only boutique retailer that you’ll ever want to visit if you’re a fashionista in search of the very best of high-end fashion. Balmain. Chloe. Gucci. Marchesa. Valentino. Vivienne Westwood. All curated by Le Louvre.
2 Daly St, South Yarra
The bar & restaurant below the Olsen is an absolute gem! Parked on the corner of Chapel and Daly Streets, Spoonbill is the perfect spot to catch up with friends, or take the lover for date night. The menu changes with the seasons so there’s always something new on offer, but our favourite thing about Spoonbill is the people watching from the street site tables. Grab yourself a glass of wine and watch Chapel Street roll by. Perfection.
637/641 Chapel St, South Yarra
The other half to Zumbo Patisserie is Zumbo Cafe, with the entrance on Daly Street! It’s the home of neon lights, sugar delights and a nice sit down cuppa. Plus, the crew there who peddle the sweet baked goods are a god damned pleasure. We’d just pop in for a chat if we could, but let’s be honest, we wouldn’t be able to resist a taste of something sweet!
21 Daly Street, South Yarra
Easter in Chapel Precinct has lot’s on, lot’s open and lot’s of sweet sweet goodness.
As our favourite city plays host to hundreds of local and international artists, Chapel Precinct’s Chapel Off Chapel and The MC Showroom will help to deliver a stellar line-up of laughs.
A guide to the best street art south of the river… Windsor edition. For simple inspiration, or the perfect Insta selfie backdrop.
Sometimes you’ve just gotta try something a little different. So next time you’re heading to Chapel Street, why not explore a little further and take a stroll down to Forrest Hill Precinct?
Melbourne’s world famous Magic Festival has expanded for 2019 to The MC Showroom. After eleven hugely successful Magic Festivals, Melbourne is now internationally acknowledged as the centre of the magical arts in Australia.
The unassuming entrance to this space will leave you delighted once you step inside and discover a beautifully transformed, open plan warehouse. A blank canvas that can be adapted to suit your posse’s needs.
Launching Saturday, 15 March, Italian bar and restaurant, Tipico will be offering a European-style boozy lunch every Saturday and Sunday for two hours from 15 March to 7 April 2019.
A diverse array of friendly new neighbours have joined the Chapel Street quarters these last few months. From fitness, fashion, art, health, wealth and of course food & drink, these newcomers