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You’ll Be Able To Eat A Whole Lobster While Watching The Footy When Allianz Stadium Opens

You’ll Be Able To Eat A Whole Lobster While Watching The Footy When Allianz Stadium Opens

Torn between spending your Saturday evening at the footy, or at a fancy restaurant with your friends? Well, when Sydney’s highly anticipated Allianz Stadium opens its doors in a few short weeks, you’ll no longer have to choose — with some of the city’s finest restaurants like Totti’s Pasta Bar serving up meals while your team is serving up goals.

Allianz Stadium has partnered with Merivale as its official hospitality partner, which means your usual feast of slightly-soggy hot chips and a mid strength beer will be getting a major upgrade.

While all of your favourite stadium staples will still be available — albeit in higher quality and tastier varieties — those in the Members area will be well and truly spoilt for choice.

Why wait 12 weeks to go to Totti’s when you can smash some burrata and mortadella while watching the footy? Or, if pasta is feeling a bit too basic for your tastebuds, you can splash out on oysters and a garlic butter lobster from Bert’s Bistro.

In addition to an elevated dining menu, the drinks have also copped quite the revamp, with margaritas, negronis, spritzes, and martinis all available alongside your usual beer and wine varieties.

But if you weren’t already spoilt for choice, some of the delicious options from the SCG including Queen Chow, El Loco, Vinnie’s Pizza, and Jimmy’s Falafel will also be migrating to Allianz.

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In total, the stadium will have 64 food and beverage outlets, so there truly is something for everyone.

Gone are the days of trying to squeeze in an adequate feed before or after the game, now you can dine in complete luxury while watching the NRL.

Allianz Stadium opens to the public on August 28 for a free open day with performances from Baker Boy and Guy Sebastian. But if you’re interested in basking in the glory of live sport while eating your weight in oysters, you’ll have to wait until the Sydney Roosters face off against the South Sydney Rabbitohs on September 2.

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