Find the Perfect Function Venue
With preparations for your Function in Prahran, it is important to find the right venue suitable for you. Venuemob provides a hassle-free service that locates numerous Function venues within Prahran and accesses information and prices of the nearby venues to compare which venue is most suitable for your event.
Palate is located right beside the Chapel Street district, and is available to be booked for a variety of functions. Everything from a sit-down dinner to a cocktail party can be arranged by the highly skilled team behind this beautiful bar. Dedicated to all things delicious, in the pursuit of perfection, this cafe / restaurant is like no other.
Attik is one of the newest additions to the bustling and ever-changing nightlife of Prahran. As the name might suggest, Attik is found perched atop Chapel Street, up a flight of stairs and hidden from view down below.Attik is a very stylish bar that knows its Chapel Street clientele inside and out. Expect VIP booths, a thumping dance floor, luxurious wallpaper, and seating that glows. Attik rather is incredibly popular with uni functions, after parties, launches, and hens/bucks nights. The deck space at Attik feels like it could be outdoors, but it’s well and truly protected from the elements.Other things you’ll find at Attik include: shishas all evening, $1 pizza happy hour, and a young, attractive crowd. Don’t pick Attik on the weekend as a spot for a quiet glass of wine and a wind-down. Rather, this is a bar and club for getting slightly rowdy, looking good, and having a party.Attik is found perched above Chapel Street. Specifically, it’s along Chapel and between High Street and Malvern Road. It’s superbly placed, between Prahran, South Yarra, and Windsor, with trams running by until late, and Prahran train station a short walk away. The city is about a ten minute drive away.
In the never-ending battle for the title of “this is the best French restaurant in Melbourne”, Chez Olivier throws their hat into the ring with gusto and quite a bit of Gallic authenticity. Stepping into the Greville Street restaurant, it certainly feels like being transported (at least in some small way) to a provincial French bistro. The front room is all wooden tables, wooden floors, and sophisticated old-world antique style. Continuing on, one will find the central room, as well as an outdoor courtyard for the sunnier months. For colder Melbourne days, there’s a fireplace to jostle for a position in front of. The menu here is as one would expect from an award-winning French restaurant - French, impressive, and with a Coq au Vin worthy of blogging about. Chez Olivier offers private function rooms are available for dinner functions, as well as luncheon, corporate and stand-up cocktail functions. Chez Olivier is found tucked away in the Greville Street precinct. Somewhat removed from the hustle and bustle of Chapel Street proper, the location offers a refreshing bit of (relative) calm. Prahran train station is a short walk away, as are High and Chapel street trams.
The lime green facade of the Windsor Castle Hotel either attracts or deters. Universally, it certainly piques interest as to what lies within. Admittedly, the inside aesthetic isn’t quite as psychedelically inspired as the outside, with the front bar instead adopting a more subdued, plush red and mahogany-clad scheme. There is a distinctly retro feel to the Windsor’s surroundings, albeit a very new and stylised kind of retro. Beyond the front bar, the real pull of the Windsor Hotel emerges. Out back lies a courtyard widely considered a gem of the Windsor and Prahran summer scene. Large and leafy, this space even sports its own bar, fully stocked with iced beers and chilled wines to ward off those summer sweats. In stark contrast to the Windsor’s interior, the vibe out in the courtyard is somewhere between Pacific island and loud theme park - think bright, bold, and lots of bamboo. On the food and drinks side of things, all expected burgers, pies and parmas are served with aplomb. A fair selection of tap beers are available, all at a reasonable price for Prahran.Located on the fringes of Windsor and Prahran, this pub is close to busy Chapel Street and its myriad transport options. The closest train station is Windsor which is within short walking distance.
Morocco Lounge specialises in functions. It's what they do. And according to the team there, it's "what they do best". It's no surprise then, that events of any style and size are approached by the Prahran function venue with ease, professionalism and style. Authentic Moroccan decor transports you away from the busy Prahran hub of Greville Street, to exotic lands filled with belly dancers, shisha pipes and tarot readings. That's no exaggeration; belly dancers, shisha pipes and tarot readings are but a handful of the extras any function can make use of in order to build an unforgettable night. Within Morocco Lounge's two beautifully designed and authentically realised spaces, individual packages are designed for any group, by the in-house event coordinators at your disposal. The team at Morocco have catered, wrangled and executed every type of function under the sun. Individual packages, design plans and catering menus are available for any size or budget. The attention to detail from the team, combined with the ambience of the plush daybeds and rich colours makes for a impression that lasts long after the last guest has departed. Whatever the occasion, you can be sure that there's nothing the friendly staff at Morocco Lounge can't pull off. Engagement parties, corporate events, product launches, Christmas parties, twenty-firsts, and hen's night (complete with belly dancing lesson!) are all imbued with the distinct air of the unforgettable within the opulent surrounds of Morocco Lounge.
Melbourne does a rooftop venue well. They seem to be cropping up everywhere, aren’t they. It’s a very good thing in our opinion - after all, Melbourne’s a mighty nice city to look at from up above. Sitting atop Chapel Street is one of the newer (and most ready-to-be-discovered) rooftops in the ‘hood - the Mission Caters Rooftop.The Mission Caters Rooftop is a part of the Prahran Mission. For those not in the know, Prahran Mission offers training and employment to people who haven’t been able to finish their education, or who’ve struggled with mental illness. Alongside a dedicated and professional hospitality crew, really, really good food is served up while social barriers and stigma are knocked down.We think that’s pretty great. Besides that though, the Mission Caters Rooftop makes for a swell function venue. The top level of the building is split into two wings - both with spacious adjoining balconies from which to take in Melbourne’s view.The Mission Caters Rooftop is found atop the Prahran Mission building, found on Chapel Street between High Street and Greville Street. That of course, is smack bang in the heart of Prahran’s action. There are a number of trams rolling around day and night, and Prahran train station’s a short walk away.
Back Bar is a sophisticated and stylish located right by the Chapel Street strip. The venue is fashioned with a richly coloured Axminster carpet, ornate couches, gilded mirrors, flocked wallpaper and a pressed metal ceiling reminiscent of the glitz and glamour of the 1920’s. At Back Bar you can sit and relax in what feels like your own private and decadent lounge room while sipping on one of over 60 cocktail creations on offer like ‘Bangkok Fire’, ‘The Parisian’ or ‘Le Pink Bits’, or you can chill out with a cold beer and a few mates while contemplating your next move in a game of chess or backgammon. Back Bar has a unique style and ambience far removed from the cold ultra modern image in many other bars. Its dim lamp lighting and open fireplace radiate warmth throughout providing that perfect place to escape the cold of a Melbourne winters day whilst warming with a glass of red.
Windsor’s Tyranny of Distance is the dependable alternative if you’re after some good quality and unaffected drinking and eating while on the less-shiny end of Chapel Street. If you are looking for a little taste of the north side cool on the south side of the river, then Tyranny is probably a good fit. There’s high quality tapas that won’t break the bank, friendly staff, and a perfected inside meets outside area with windows that roll up when the sun manages to drag itself from behind the clouds. Tyranny’s open all day, so there’s breakfast and lunch available before happy hour hits the clock. It’s a fun little place, all vibrant colours and recycled objects everywhere. In any case, Tyranny has personality in buckets. It’s good for a post-work drink, as a first location to get the weekend going, or as a mid-afternoon weekend catchup destination with friends. Tyranny of Distance is found a few metres down Union Street, almost across from the bowls club. For those of you playing at home, that’s just off Chapel Street.
The Cullen is a striking contemporary boutique hotel inspired by the equally contemporary and striking artwork of Australian artist Adam Cullen.Aside from the obvious fact that the Cullen boasts a variety of high quality suites within its modern walls, the hotel is also home to a number of impressive and stylish function venues - to suit a variety of events.Siting resplendently atop the Cullen is the venue’s impressive rooftop space, great for receptions and meetings. For larger events, the rooftop is able to be combined with the adjoining Lady Luck penthouse. Also available is the Growler penthouse, with its oversized outdoor terrace with barbeque.The Cullen is located on Commercial Road in Prahran, just up from the always-buzzing intersection of Chapel Street. The Cullen is surrounded on all sides by tram options, with Prahran train station a short stroll away. It’s also a superb address for drinking and dining options - not that you’d want to leave the surrounds of the Cullen, of course.
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