Find the Perfect Function Venue
When planning a Function in South Yarra, it is difficult to select the appropriate function venue needed to hold your Function. But with the help of Venuemob, the process of having to find the right function venue is a lot easier. Venuemob provides a hassle-free service that finds the best function spaces suitable for your Function by accessing information and prices of the numerous Function venues located within South Yarra.
Katuk is a hybrid bar located in South Yarra, Melbourne. In this case, “hybrid,” means a classic Chapel Street bar that manages to be both comfortable and chic. The establishment offers a wide range of function venues covering a number of styles and capacities. The Front Lounge radiates class and includes a large fireplace, relaxing leather chairs, a private outdoor smoking room, as well as tiered leveled steps. This area can hold 60 people and is great for functions seeking a more elegant flare.Another option is the Cubby House, a small area available for groups of 6-12 people. The Cubby House can be reserved separately or with a section of the indoor courtyard, a space with wooden benches able to accommodate 30 people.A number of food options are available for your event, including bar snacks, hot and cold canapés and BBQ packages. Similarly, a large selection of wines, beers, whisky’s and beverages are also available.The Chapel Street location makes the bar accessible to all.
Temperance Hotel reflects the best of Chapel Street: contemporary and stylish, while retaining a distinct personality. Of course, that’s immediately obvious when one considers the devilishly ironic name of this modern pub. Casual, relaxed and always up for a good time, Temperance Hotel knows how to throw a party, be it big or small. As far as function venues go there’s quite a few to pick from here, all as effortlessly cool as the other. There’s the upstairs Lounge, sumptuously designed for private functions with a bit of an air of exclusivity. For more casual get togethers, there’s the booth bar, as well as a myriad of smaller corners and spaces for use by friends catching up for drinks, or post-work brews.Temperance Hotel sits in the epicentre of South Yarra’s food and drink hotspots, with trams trundling past and trains within stumbling distance to take you home or into the city.
The Emerson - newly renovated and newly re-opened - is something of a “grownup playground”. By that we don’t mean to conjure up images of oversized slides and swing sets. Rather, the sprawling South Yarra venue contains no less than three levels of stylish spaces for drinking and dining and having a raucous good time all weekend long.The three levels of The Emerson are something of a sight to behold. Firstly, there’s the ground floor club, with a grand bar, lush booth seating, and a big ol’ dance floor on which the South Yarra elite can shake what their mothers gave them. It’s a space for a young crowd looking their best to get the weekend going - don’t come expecting a quiet drink.If that’s what you’re after there’s the upstairs cocktail bar, removed from the rambunctious feverish pace below and boasting a number of private booths. Up one more level still is the Emerson Rooftop, all laid back beats in the sunset, day beds for lounge around on, and a la carte diningThe Emerson is found along Commercial Road in South Yarra, just removed from the Chapel Street drag. It’s a very short walk from Prahran train station, and along the 72 tram line. Essentially, it’s incredibly easy to get to, from both the city and the south eastern ‘burbs.
Bringing back the roller skates and neon signs, The Flamingo behind Chapel is ready to party- Miami Style. Based on a South Beach hotel, The Flamingo brings Miami Vice to Melbourne’s inner city, complete with kitsch décor to make your sun-kissed soul sing.As you enter via the grassed, outdoor lounge space you’re smacked with peachy pastels and Flamingo paraphernalia, spinning you into a hazy Floridian dream. At the Flamingo, the sun is worshipped and the drinks are just as bright, with Palomas and Watermelon Margaritas served by charming waiters on roller skates. As the perfect place for a well-earned drink, a warm summers night or a relaxed catch-up, the Flamingo in South Yarra will not disappoint, with the venue also sporting a large dance floor- naturally.The Flamingo is also without a shortage of sweet events and party nights with events ranging from Fluro parties to Madi Gras Celebrations and Beach days. Events run every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night throughout the year, so bring your pink pumps or skinny tie and settle in. The Flamingo is located at 60 Bray Street, South Yarra, just behind Chapel street shops.
The brainchild of the ever-industrious Josh Lefers, Stephen Wools, and 29th Apartment's Steve and Keti Thomas, Pawn & Co gets instant points for the sheer bizarro nature of its premise. Part absinthe-loving speakeasy, part garage sale, it’s Melbourne’s first bar in which patrons are able to down a New Orleans slider with their cup of tea, then buy the china they sipped from.In fact, you can almost hear everything fall into place within the minds of those who walk into the still-quite-new Chapel Street establishment. “Ohhh! Like a pawn shop. I GET IT”, their expressions will inevitably read, before sussing out a guitar or taxidermy kangaroo for sale. From the plates to the stools to the knick-knacks on the wall, everything’s for sale. You can even buy the art deco absinthe fountain. Don’t be put off by Pawn & Co’s slightly off-kilter premise however. The cocktails are great, it’s open until 7am, and the Prohibition-era vibe is very, very cool.Pawn & Co is located along the trendy wonderland that is Chapel Street, just near the corner of Commercial Road. There are plenty of trams to take you to and from the ‘burbs and the CBD (which is a few minutes away), and the closest train station is Prahran.
The Olsen is a five-star boutique hotel offering in South Yarra. It’s suits are adorned with the lyrical work of revered Australian landscape artist and Archibald Prize winner, Dr John Olsen.As you walk in, expect breathtaking murals and sculptures, with large prints in all hallways and suites. Aside from the excellent taste in art though, the Olsen boasts a gorgeous array of accommodation, and function venues for all manner of events.The Olsen boasts a courtyard and poolside contemporary function space. There are also three versatile gallery spaces for cocktail events, and the sophisticated yet breezy Spoonbill Restaurant and Bar downstairs.The Olsen is located on the South Yarra end of bustling, vibrant Chapel Street. Surrounded by trams and with South Yarra train station just around the corner, it’s also conveniently placed to quickly arrive in the city, Richmond, Prahran, and Toorak. Of course, it’s also within strolling distance of some excellent shopping.
Rah Bar is one of Melbourne’s favourite cocktail and party bars, specialising in providing an ideal party atmosphere for small to large groups. And of course, in providing an immensely good time. Rah Bar is where you’d dress up for a night out, putting one’s most stylish foot forward.Descend the grand staircase (which began its lift way back in 1860) into a world of Moroccan splendour. All dim lighting, intricate and decadent furnishings, and an atmosphere that’s alluring and mischievous, Rah Bar has played host to everything from birthdays to fashion shows, film wrap parties to corporate end of year celebrations.Aside from the main bar space and the aptly named Marrakech Lounge, Rah Bar offers party planners and groups a stylish courtyard space, as well as the opulent Champagne Bar. The Champagne Bar, complete with black fabric tent ceiling, is a perfect spot for a private party.Rah Bar is found on Toorak Road in South Yarra, just across the road from South Yarra train station. Which of course, makes it immensely easy to get to and from, either by train or by tram. Chapel Street is a short walk away.
Frankly, if Speakeasy Kitchen Bar were an actual Speakeasy, "the feds" would have shut it down almost immediately. It’s a pretty popular, buzzing spot. The entrance to Speakeasy makes it appear to be on the smaller side. It’s really not though - there’s space enough here for a kitchen, a dining room, a private upstairs function room, and an outdoor courtyard. It’s open all day, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. So if you think about it, you could potentially dine and drink yourself into a stupor, then come back the next morning for a fry-up breakfast. Speakeasy regularly hosts events within its Nordic-furniture, hanging lightbulb, wrought iron chic interior, with each of the spaces available being popular function venues. Speakeasy’s deceptively small entrance is found on Chapel Street, near the corner of Commercial Road. The CBD is about fifteen minutes away (depending on how slow traffic is moving), and St Kilda is about the same distance.
Lux is relatively new addition to Chapel Street’s nightlife, perched above bustling street in a spot that’s been there for years - albeit never quite in this form.Lux is part nightclub, part experience, a bar and club fit for the opulence, decadence and spectacle of Las Vegas. It almost goes without saying: Lux is good for product launches, exclusive celebrations and events, as well as for a night on the town come the weekend. Occupying the spot Red Bennies once occupied, Lux is spread over multiple areas of booths, bars, a balcony smoking area (complete with astroturf ceiling). There’s also plenty of room to have a boogie, as well an an exclusive mezzanine space from which to watch myriad riveting live performances that grace Lux every Friday and Saturday night.The decor that surrounds the booths and bars of Lux is decadent, intricately finished, and definitely a little luxurious. This isn’t a grungy pub or speakeasy small bar - it’s rather more over the top than that.Lux is found along the ever-bustling and ever-exciting nightspot that is Chapel Street, near the corner of High Street in South Yarra.
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