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Where can I watch Midsumma Pride March 2021? 🌈✨

We are counting down to the Midsumma Pride March 2021.

Things will look pretty different this year due to COVID-19 regulations, so we are encouraging audiences to attend/view the march in one of the following ways:

🥂 Book into a Fitzroy St venue to watch the parade from 11am, and stay all day for the ocean breeze, sunset, and afternoon vibes in iconic St Kilda. So where can you book? Take a look at the venues below and see what they have to offer and give them a call or head to their website to book.

Baba Ji            Midsumma Pride March 2021

4-6 Grey St, St Kilda

Lunch special: $14.95
A curry of your choice | Rice | Naan bread  | Soft drink. Available 7 days a week from 11:30am – 2:30pm

Second Offer: 20% off total bill & a free beer when you spend a min of $25. Available all day 7 days a week

Hours: 11am-9:30pm daily
Phone: 03 9534 2447

Banff Café

145 Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Promotions: drink specials ALL DAY: House wine: $5 glass, $22 bottle | Sparkling: $6 glass, $25 bottle | Beer: $5 pot, $15 jug | Cocktail specials: $12

Phone: 95253899. 6 person limit on inside bookings, 15 person limit on outside bookings.

 

Bistro Volière

The George, 129 Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Cuisine: cheese, charcuterie and French specialties

Hours (23 May): from 10:30am

Bookings: Message Phil on 0412 360 120 to check availability of either an outside table, or window table.

Blu Oyster Co

45a Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Book directly online or email nikkita.finn@gmail.com if you have any queries.

Espy Hotel.

Midsumma Pride March 2021

11 The Esplanade, St Kilda

Cuisine options: Normal menus serving from Mya Tiger, Espy Kitchen and Main bar

Hours (23 May): noon-late

Fitzrovia

155 Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Promotion: VIP Pride March Boozy Brunch $80. MAKE A BOOKING: Your ticket gives you a street side table, perfect for people watching, and starts with a bottle of Prosecco for 2 people, delicious seasonal fruits & mini pastries.

Cuisine: Modern Australian Cafe with international flair

Hours (23 May): 8am-3pm

PB’s Pizza Bar

60A Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Official venue for the Coming Out In St Kilda after-party event.

Home of the best pizza and booze.

Hours (23 May): 2pm-midnight

Rubi

16 Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Promotions: Special pride cocktails | $25 roast dinners from midday

Cuisine options: Brunch. Middle eastern from midday

Hours (23 May): 8am-9pm

Bookingswww.opentable.com.au/r/rubi-st-kilda

St Kilda Cellars

45 Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Promotions: $8 Pints all day | $10 cocktail all day

Cuisine options: Any take-away food is allowed with purchase of drink instore

Free function room for hire that accommodates 24 people comfortably, PA system included. Outside table.

Reservations: send a message via Facebook.
Hours (23 May): 11am-11:30pm

St Luja

9 Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Promotions:

  • $20 Sunday roast all day until sold out (roast beef sirloin, potatoes, onion & carrot, Yorkshire pudding & gravy PLUS a glass of wine or pot of craft beer included)
  • Stomping Ground Pridelweiss cans: $10 each

Cuisine options: full menu available all day including small share plates & main meals (steak, pasta, salads & fish)

Hours (23 May): noon-9pm
Phone: 9534 0002

The Prince 

29 Fitzroy St, St Kilda. Midsumma Pride March 2021

The whole venue will be open celebrating along Fitzroy St. Watch from the ground level at Prince Public Bar (rainbow cocktails, flowing drinks, delicious food and a roaring atmosphere), the balcony at Prince Dining Room (6 exclusive tables available) or dine inside (a feast of food and roam up to Prince Deck to catch the best views of the parade).

Cuisine options: Modern Australian (Prince Public Bar) | Mediterranean (Prince Dining Room)

Hours (23 May): 8am-late
Phone: 9536 1122 (bookings essential; $50 deposit required)

Three Elephants & Co

97 Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Promotions and Discounts: Apart from the normal dine-in menu, there will be a live cooking station outside which will feature Kotthu (a famous Sri Lankan street food) – see description in the menu – ‘from the street section’.

Food and drinks on discount:
Vegetable Kotthu: $12
Chicken Kotthu: $15
Lamb Kotthu: $15
Morgan’s Bay Cab Merlot : $8 a glass
Pinot Gris: $8 a glass
Lion Lager $8 ( Sri Lankan Beer)

Hours (23 May): 11:30am-9pm
Bookings can be done online through open table on our website. There’s a maximum of 26 indoors, or 12 in the courtyard and 18 at the front.

Topolino’s – Italian Cuisine

87 Fitzroy St, St Kilda

Cocktail specials: 2 for $28 – choose between Long Island Iced Tea, Margarita and Negroni

Hours (23 May): 10:30am-late
Bookings
: email reservations@topolinos.com.au or call 9534 1925. Deposit: $25/head per adult and $15/child which will be deducted from the bill.

Topolino’s has always been a proud supporter of Midsumma, and on that day our staff loves to dress up in colourful rainbow attire.

Farm Goat

1/63 Fitzroy St, St Kilda (just 3 doors down from the Pride Centre) Midsumma Pride March 2021

Promotion: The $45 Pride Pack (pictured), designed specifically for Midsumma Pride March 2021, with free delivery to anywhere in Australia for online or in-store purchases. Send a Pride Pack to friends or family who can’t get to Midsumma Pride March 2021.

Become a Farm Goat email subscriber (see website) and receive a free 2 pack of our handcrafted Goats Milk Soap and keep up to date with other offers and new products.

Hours (23 May): 9:30am-4pm

 

Other Information

🍿 Watch the parade at a Watch Party in participating venues around the state. We’re updating these throughout the week – head to the Midsumma website find a watch party near you! 🔗✨

🎥 Watch the parade from your home – even throw your own Watch Party! Midsumma Pride March will be live-streamed (via our Facebook page) for the first time . The stream will begin at approximately 10:45am and conclude at approximately 2pm.

This year due to COVID and our COVIDSafe plan we unfortunately can’t encourage crowds to watch the march form the street sidelines, you can only watch from Fitzroy St if you are booked into a venue along Fitzroy St

Midsumma Pride March will operate in accordance with the Victorian Government COVIDSafe guidance to make sure we are doing our part to be COVIDSafe. We want everyone to be able to enjoy Midsumma Festival 2021 and keep yourself safe at all of our events.

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