So sad to see chapel street how it is today so many businesses for lease and so quite not like the old days
About Chapel Street
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It's not worth going to Chapel Street for a shopping trip, but the Windsor end has some great cafes and restaurants.
Chapel Street is the street to be in if you want to be thought of as "somebody"..... Many high fashion shops, numerous restaurants, cafes, bars, grocery stores, cinemas, tourist shops and more eateries. They are all there waiting to be visited by all. A lovely...More
This is a gem of a street. Everyday, day in day out. This is where you can enjoy a good walk from one end kick start from country road Store to the far end reaching out to the shell petrol station along Dandenong Road. What...More
I had heard that Chapel St was a really exciting destination shopping area so, as it was very close to where I was staying on Toorak Road, I went to find it. Yes, it's lots of shops and eating places - nothing extraordinary or exciting,...More
Almost like Rodeo Drive (with more to offer, I'd say!), lots of trendy shops and plenty of choices. Also, with plenty of cafes (note that Melbourne cappuccinos are unlike any other in the world!) and there's Jam Factory entertainment venue as well.
"Chapel Street" is a by-word for style in Melbourne. It's in a prosperous part of the city. Fashion doesn't come cheap, but you can't always get a bargain; but often you can, even in Chapel Street. The boom in on-line shopping means Chapel Street no...More
Wandering down Chapel Street from Prahran early morning was so enjoyable. The smell of coffee greets you as people head for their morning run on this very historical Street. There are general shopping markets, designer label boutiques, alfresco dining, stunning old buildings dating back many...More