Hello Sunday, sweet friend. While you’re a little too close to Monday for comfort, you’re still plenty good enough for an afternoon session. Monday be damned!
If you’re looking for a spot for a Sunday Sesh, be it a quiet afternoon cocktail, or an all day Sunday celebration, Chapel Street has the answer.
The pretty pink frose’ from Speakeasy makes a Sunday afternoon instantly brighter – even in the heart of Winter. Always jovial, this South Yarra beaut welcome all sorts, even four legged, tail wagging customers! Make sure you bring them in through the Commercial Road laneway though. Inside & outside seating options are a-plenty, so don’t you go blaming the weather for ruining all of the fun!
359 Chapel Street, South Yarra
This Sunday sesh goodie has the best street side seats on Chapel – plus a cocktail list that will blow the hat straight off your head. Drag along a group of your favourite people, join in on excellent Polish fare and down a glass of the Green Faery … not having that kind of Sunday? Maybe just a cocktail then.
173 Chapel St, Windsor
The Emerson‘s Remedy Sunday is the perfect way to ease out of the weekend & into a new week! Get your butt to the rooftop for live Dj’s and drink specials from midday ‘til late. Be there for sunset and watch the orange glow roll out over the city with a glass of vino in your hand. It’s a pretty sight, ain’t it?
141-145 Commercial Rd, South Yarra
Tyranny of a Distance is as Windsor as it gets! A gas station turned bar that backs onto the famous Artists Lane, fitted out with recycled furniture often seating very fashionable young’ns, otherwise known as hipsters.
While it is perfect at any time of the day, it’s the late afternoon that makes this joint special. The afternoon sun bathes the bar in a rainbow glow and the happy hour is the best on Chapel Street! $4 beer, cider, wine & spirits! THE Sunday session for a #balleronabudget
147 Union St, Windsor
The famous Pawn & Co Day Spa on Sundays is not so much a session as it is a marathon! From dawn til well, dawn, pretty young things enter Pawn & Co to relive Saturday Night, on Sunday. It’s outrageous, sure. But it looks like one hell of a time!
177 Greville St, Prahran