Market Lane Coffee Prahran Market
A cafe and roasting operation with a strong focus on education.
The Organic Food and Wine Deli Prahran
100 per cent organic, with plenty to offer meat eaters.
An iconic Chapel Street store well-known for its street style and brands.
An American-themed bar serving craft beer, ribs, hot dogs and cocktails.
This low-key venue pairs a cocktail bar with a seafood menu.
One Point Seven Four
This is truly eyewear as an art-form.
Thai meets American diner and bar at Revolver.
A lively restaurant and bar in Prahran.
Mount Erica Hotel
Parmas and pints alongside loftier bistro fare.
Pawn & Co.
At this steampunk bar there’s a “buy, sell, loan, dance” vibe.
New house and techno records, with a side of equipment hire.
The Nomad Society
Beautiful homewares and gifts to brighten any space.
A modern-Asian eatery in Prahran that is a step down from fine dining and a step up from street eats.
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Milk & Sugar
A Melbourne-based purveyor of bright and cheerful homewares.
All the usual suspects are present on this menu; the Espresso Martini adds an extra hit.
The cheekiest hot dog stand in the city.
Where everybody knows your name.
Sandwiches, bagels and house-roasted coffee are the hallmarks of this little cafe.
Fenton&Fenton; presents an eclectic collection of homewares and lifestyle products sources from overseas and closer to its Prahran location.
Manhattan bistro chic in Prahran.
Torsa stocks exclusive and one-off, wearable and classic pieces designed by a range of international labels.
A wine bar where honestly expressed terroir is more important than anything else.
Angus & Bon
A rock‘n’roll steakhouse serving dry-aged Wagyu and bottomless Bloody Marys.
Elaborate doughnuts by an ambitious teenager.
From paleo avo toast to hotcakes with passionfruit crème, this bright cafe balances between healthy and indulgent.
Supporting and importing indie music since 1978.
Look for the neon, fried egg on High Street and step in for interesting dishes like breakfast black-rice nasi goreng.
Affordable eyewear with literary vision.
A small store on Greville Street packed with quirky clothing and homewares.
Speakeasy Kitchen and Bar
A classic name attached to a deceptively large space that's open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
From the north to the south, still consistently some of the best pizza in town.
Award-winning country-style Shanghai fare.
6:00pm - 10:00pm
Fried chicken, cocktails and bartenders who remember your name.
A Winston Churchill–inspired bar by the owner of Milk the Cow.
Champagne-coloured banquettes and vases of blooms adorning almost every surface, this luxurious-look cafe is fit for a royal.
Maker & Monger
A cheese-centric spot at Prahran Market by an expert in fromage.
Continuing an age old craft.
Dishes made from fresh local produce and Five Senses coffee, inside this unassuming garage.
Franco Choo’s Italian
A tiny restaurant with a small, weekly-changing menu.
This converted garage has been a reliable stop for coffee and food since 2011 and currently counts Au79, Liar Liar and Sir Charles as siblings.
Handcrafted ceramics, plants and other homewares.
Kick on at this homey hangout, with all day breakfast and beats by an in-house DJ.
A gastro pub with fine-dining flair by the family Reymond.
Licorice Pie Records
A music-lover's haven stocking all sorts of records.
Tall Timber Eatery
Expect brioche French toast and Mexican-inspired dishes at this rustic retreat.
Colours by Atlas
There are only five dishes at this sustainability driven fast-food eatery, a casual sibling to Atlas Dining.
6:00pm - 8:30pm
Murray's Food Store
A former milk bar turned cafe deli, slinging bagels and homemade pies.
Yoku Ono Ramen + Sake
A chalet-like ramen bar from the man behind Wabi Sabi Salon and Neko Neko.
5:30pm - 9:30pm
White Oaks Saloon Bar & Dining
A touch of the Deep South on Greville Street.