Andrew McConnell’s Morning Market Has Opened A Second Locale In Prahran

By Simon Cassar

The exterior of the store, on a corner with a busy line

The southside of Melbourne is having a real moment, the steady stream of new venues and sister stores to northside originals continues with Andrew McConnell's Morning Market hitting the strip of High Street in Prahran.

The original store on Gertrude Street Fitzroy was one of the best things to come out of lockdown, bringing a range of high quality produce and provisions to the locals of the area.
The new Prahran store sits right on a corner of Grandview Grove and High Street, the white washed, light-filled store is a refreshingly welcome space that brings a whole heap of community vibe as soon as you step through the door. 

The produce range and offering will be no different to its Fitzroy counterpart with stacked shelves of some of the food and ingredients that elevate anyones kitchen pantry to another echelon. “Selfishly, it’s a collection of my favourite things that I like to cook with as well as some special products and produce that can sometimes be hard to find.” said McConnell.

If you’ve never dipped into Morning Market before expect a full hit of some of the finest fresh produce Victoria has on offer. The cornerstore will have pastries and artisan sourdough from Baker Bleu, freshly cut flowers from local growers, a signature Morning Market espresso blend by Single O,  as well as fresh seasonal produce, which now includes their autumn harvest of quince and heritage apples.

As the name suggests Morning Market is a great way to kick off the day, grab a coffee al’fresco and replenish the pantry, pick up a house-made sandwich, or secure dinner plans with a signature Meatsmith dish ready to take home. 

Morning Market is pouring coffee and welcoming new faces now, head down for a life-changing grocery run now. 

Head to their website now for more details

Feeling hungry after that? Try Capitano's Vodka Pasta recipe now. 

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