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* Chapel Champion Awards 2019 *
Whether we're swinging in for a caffeine hit, hitting the pavement for an all-day shopping blitz, settling in for cocktail hour - or even staying the night - we all have our ultimate Chapel Street go-tos. In partnership with Metro Tunnel, we're awarding the champions of Chapel Street for doing what they do best. This is your chance to nominate a business that makes every Chapel Street Precinct experience unforgettable. Nominate your fave business or hidden gem in Chapel Street Precinct [South Yarra, Windsor and Prahran] to become a finalist and be in the running to win a Chapel Champion Award in one of 15 prestigious categories. Tell us your top pick and nominate your local champion on the simple form below! It takes less than 60 seconds. Just for submitting a quick and easy nomination, you could WIN cash to spend at your local fave in Chapel Precinct. There is no limit as to how many businesses you can nominate. Businesses can be nominated and become finalists in more than one category. Nominations close at 12 noon Wednesday 22 May 2019.
CategoriesChampion Burger Joint Champion Salon Champion Stay Champion Cafe Champion Business Service Champion Entertainment Venue Champion Bar Champion Hidden Gems Champion Health & Fitness Champion Restaurant Champion Fashion Champion Art Champion Customer Service Champion Bites Nominate Now The Herald Sun Digital Edition: Burgers go ballistic IF you want bang for your burger, head down to trendy Chapel St. The strip's top burger joints have created the craziest and most inventive burgers to earn votes from the public. The inaugural Chapel Champion Awards will feature a seven-week campaign with these and other zany burgers all vying to be crowned Champion Burger Joint. The Game of Thrones burger , from Hoo Haa bar and restaurant , is sure to be a hit with the finale airing on Monday. "Being a GoT fan myself, the season has reached a point where it is dark and cold and the series is really focused on the struggle between kings and queens,'' said owner Paul Kasteel . "Winter is coming in Melbourne and I think this influenced the idea. The original burger recipe came from a friend and previous chef who created a bone marrow and blue cheese burger." Tommy Ruff's burger offering is arguably the most outlandish of them all and is priced at a whopping $140. But it may be outdone by the alcoholic Borracho burger at Pablo Escoburgers. "Being a pop-up burger bar inside a hidden gem of a custom cocktail bar, we thought it was only right to put our true roots and passion into our creation, to show that we are serious about being the Chapel Champions, and we are very proud to announce that we have created what is possibly the tastiest and definitely the most alcoholic burger on the market,'' said owner Vaughan Marks. Chapel Street Precinct Association general manager Chrissie Maus said the challenge to create burgers did not disappoint. "We want everyone to do a ‘burger crawl' from one end of Chapel St to the other,'' she said. Vote on the Chapel Street Precinct Association website. Winners in all 15 categories will be announced on June 10.
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