Melbourne Cricket Ground - Public Catering
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Public Catering

The evolution of public catering at the MCG has seen standards rise while the range of products and options for ravenous sports fans has increased dramatically in recent years.

Among the offerings in 2014, fans can find:

- 5 Fish and Burger Shops
- 3 Gourmet Dog Bars
- 13 Food Stores
- 6 Red Rooster outlets
- 5 Crust Pizza bars
- 3 Cafés
- 29 Retail Bars
- Numerous Mobile Coffee Carts
- Mobile Pie and Drink Carts
- In-seat vending on all lower levels

See what’s available near your next seat:

Ponsford Stand

Level B1 and Level 1
The Fish Shop , Burgers, Crust Pizza, Red Rooster, The Food Store, Coffee and Bars

Level 2
The Food Store and Bar

Level 4
The Fish Shop, Burgers, The Food Store, Coffee and Bars

MCC Members Reserve

Level B1 and Level 1
Crust Pizza, Red Rooster, The Food Store, New Coffee Shop and Bars

Level 4
The Dog Bar, The Fish Shop, Burgers, The Food Store, Coffee and Bars

Olympic Stand

Level B1 and Level 1
Crust Pizza, The Food Store, Paddock Café and Bars

Level 2
The Food Store, Coffee and Bar

Level 4
Crust Pizza, Red Rooster, The Food Store and Bars

Great Southern Stand

Level B1 and Level 1
The Dog Bar, Crust Pizza, Red Rooster, The Food Store and Bars

Level 4
The Fish Shop, Burgers, Red Rooster, The Food Store & Bars

AFL Members Reserve

Level B1 and Level 1
The Fish Shop, Burgers, Red Rooster, The Food Store & Bars

Level 4
The Dog Bar, The Food Store & Bars

Mobile Coffee and Food

Mobile Coffee Carts, Pie and Snack Carts and roaming vendors to serve you in your seat.

The Curry Cart and Soup Cart will pop up around the ground.

 

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