Ace your summer in Chapel Street Precinct!
This years tennis action expands out of Melbourne Park and into some of Chapel Street Precinct’s best bars, eateries and Melbourne’s newest urban parkland, Prahran Square. For somewhere to watch the tennis in Melbourne from the 8th to 21st February, check out the list of venues and our mega screen live site details screening for free.
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Drop by any of these Chapel Precinct venues to watch and celebrate the world’s best battle it out on the court for the whole duration of the tournament!
The Railway Hotel, 29 Chapel St, Windsor
The Public Bar at the Railway Hotel has two large TV’s and will be screening the major Australian Open matches and providing their customers with a relaxing place to hang out and enjoy a great selection of local and imported beers, spirits, sparkling and wines.
Bridie O’Reilly’s, 462 Chapel St, South Yarra
With over 12 screens, never miss any of the Aus Open action from 8 – 21 Feb. Bridie O’Reilly’s is a pub filled with history, great beer and wine – plus a menu of hearty food. This is the place to come if you love sitting in the sun or enjoying a balmy night.
The Osborne Rooftop & Bar, 119 Commercial Rd, South Yarra
With Australian Open matches playing on their Main Bar screens, they’re the perfect place to watch your favourites battle it out on the court.
Silverlake Social, 198 Chapel St, Prahran
They’re pumped to be covering the Aus Open at Silverlake! They’ve teamed up with Stomping Ground Beer to bring you some tasty beer specials.
Pran Central, 325 Chapel St, Prahran
The Australian Open Tennis will be shown live in Pran Central’s Food Court from the big screen daily from the 8th Feb. Enjoy the tennis in the air-conditioned comfort of the Pran Central food court with your choice of six takeaway food outlets, Free and fast WiFi and Charge Bar stations too.
Tennis will be shown on their screens throughout the whole AO, plus they’re offering $10 Aperol Spritz all day, 2 for 1 cocktails on Friday and Saturday night between 7-10pm and kids eat free on Sunday’s. Plus, happy hour Tuesday to Thursday 4-7pm , $7 pints, wines and spirits
This is a public COVIDSafe alcohol-free event.
The Prahran Square lawn is the perfect way to kick back and enjoy a hot summers day in Melbourne’s most iconic precinct. Click here to view more Prahran Square events.
Check out who’s joined the vibrant corridor that is Chapel Street Precinct. We got some new friends in town last year and we’re giving them an extra big shout out for bravely swinging their doors open during what was an incredibly tumultuous time.
The days of living lacklustre lives in our residential boxes are (thankfully and hopefully) over. While our newfound freedom is oh-so-sweet, it feels like mere months ago that we were hanging out for the day when we could look back and laugh about the perils of lockdown. This is that day. Get an eyeful of some long-gone and relatable iso moments below. Today, getting off your couch means going further than the fridge and back to Chaps.
“Arrivederci Italy, Ciao Chapel Street!” Much loved radio personality and comedian Kate Langbroek has returned from Italy to rediscover her one true amore, Melbourne’s iconic Chapel Street Precinct, which has seen a post lockdown renaissance of booming business over summer. Langbroek has stitched the words ‘Support Local’ on her sleeve, making unexpected visits to many Chapel Street Precinct businesses.
Right now, it’s black and white. Please support your local faves now or they may not be around for much longer. We know this time is strained for almost everyone, so when it comes to buying food, clothes or any shopping you need doing, just think TWO WORDS. SUPPORT LOCAL. With your support, they’ll get through this. It’s now or never.