Your crazy uncle, a subpar gift, reflections on the year that was – for some of us, Christmas Day really isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. On Chapel Street though, there’s a certain calm in the air. In other words, like most places in Melbourne, it’s pretty bloody dormant. No bumper to bumper traffic or completely unobservant peds.
To help throw at least one of your Xmas Day ails out the door, why not let someone else handle the cooking and the clean up?
Check out the best spots for Christmas Day dining on Chapel Street.
If authentic French cuisine is your game this festive season, then you’ll want to be at Chez Olivier. It’ll be $99pp for a two hour transport to Paris or $130pp to extend your stay and have a table for the day in the City of Lights.
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121 Greville St, Prahran
Open for lunch and dinner, festive faves are sure to feature on the menu. They’ll also be hosting a Christmas Day feast upstairs at The Cullen. Packages starting at $20pp means you really can’t go wrong.
164 Commercial Rd, Prahran
Everyone’s favourite Prahran local will be open on Christmas Day this year, serving up the best noms in town. Indulge in a shared banquet menu with all your favourite Christmas treats – think delicious Christmas ham, succulent roasted turkey and the freshest local seafood. This one is sure to sell out quickly. $155pp including four hours of complimentary beverages.
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82 High St, Windsor
One of the precinct’s coolest bars is getting into the spirit with a three-course festive feast at $110pp. Nom on a three-course sharing menu and add a two hour beverage package for $40pp. Including select tap beers, house wines & basic spirits. Either way you can be sure you won’t be leaving with an empty stomach.
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213-219 High St, Prahran
Shake off your food coma with a boogie at Blue Bar, open from 4pm ‘til 3am. A longstanding hero of Chapel Street, sip on a merry bev in the original home of good times and Hip Hop in Prahran. Keep in mind, don’t expect many of your bog-standard jingles to come out of the speakers.
330 Chapel St, Prahran
383 Chapel St, South Yarra
226 Chapel St, Prahran
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