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This is a real treat and feels very indulgent and special. It is like being immersed in the big screen in your own lounge room, with a glass of champagne and chocolates in hand. Utterly decadent and delightful. Only criticism booking online they charge a...More
I've visited a few times. It is one of those places I have mixed emotions about. It is clean, open, light and airy, but there is not a lot there. Roll'd was fine and the other eateries are good. But it is underwhelming.
Went to the cinemas was clean, nice also very quiet. Staff were quite rude but the cinema set up was nice.
Surrounding shops were cute. Lots of nice cafes with much better food.
Not sure I would return.
We actually came in here twice, the first time looking for something to eat. To be honest all the foods outlets seem to be of the take away/fast food variety so we were not very impressed.
That said I guess it has been turned into...More
Well known for the village cinema's ! Good quality, big screens, and the newest movies. We parked our car in the Como building parking. After 4 you will pay a fixed price of 11 dollars. There's also a parking near the jam factory... Lots of...More
This warm and friendly bar is tucked away next to the entry to Gold Class cinemas upstairs at the Jam Factory. It has an extensive drinks menu and staff are friendly.
Sunday night is $10 martini night. The friendly attentive staff explained all of the...More
Seek and ye shall find! Prahran is a treasure hunter’s paradise of vintage stores, upscale boutiques and emporiums. Chapel Street is a one-stop shop with specialty stores selling just about everything. The famous Chapel Street Bazaar has so many curious and vintage knick-knacks that you will feel as if you're in a huge and busy museum. By contrast, at the northern end of Chapel Street, South Yarra and Windsor
cater to high-end designer labels and exclusive boutiques. The community flocks to Prahran’s organic markets as a Saturday ritual, while art and film students leaf through vinyl LPs on Greville Street. The gay community also has a strong presence here. Prahran’s heritage buildings like the Reads Emporium and Prahan arcade offer a grand sense of scale and history. No matter your interest, come feel the pulse of one of Melbourne’s most loved precincts.