Melbourne Cricket Ground - Catering outlets - AFL Members Reserve
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Catering outlets - AFL Members Reserve

May 03, 2012

The refurbished Gate 5 entrance in the Great Southern Stand at the MCG, as at 9.30am on March 28, 2012.A number of catering outlets in the AFL Members Reserve will be closed during MCG matches in Round 6 and 7 as part of the Great Southern Stand refurbishment project.

Due to the significant amount of hydraulics works in the Legends Room kitchen, and the demolition of structures in front of the same concessions, three catering outlets on Level 1 of the Great Southern Stand (inside Gate 7 at the rear of seating bays M19/20/21) will be closed during the following AFL matches:

- Saturday May 5: St Kilda v Hawthorn

- Friday May 11: Melbourne v Hawthorn

- Saturday May 12: Richmond v Sydney Swans

The works have been deliberately timed to coincide with matches that have a mid-to-low attendance expectancy, so as to minimise the convenience to patrons.

It is expected that all facilities will return to normal operation for the Collingwood v Geelong Cats match on Friday May 18.

Temporary food facilities will be established during this time of closure. Patrons are reminded of the new food and beverage facilities that exist on Level B1 (at the rear of seating bays M10-11) as well as the new Barassi Café and Hadyn Bunton Sports Bar.

We apologise for the inconvenience.

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