Places to Eat Before the Game
State of Origin 2019, there has never been more on the line then there is this year as the NSW Blues looks to retain bragging rights.
So, with all three games being played in different locations across Brisbane, Perth and Sydney, we are giving you our picks of where to eat out before the game!
￼Housed at the iconic Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane Japanese restaurant Saké is perfectly placed, overlooking the buzzing Brisbane River. With an awesome atmosphere and innovative cuisine, Saké Restaurant & Bar has earned its reputation as the best Japanese restaurant in Brisbane. Mains are listed between $20-$40 and with the restaurant located only 10 mins from Suncorp Stadium, Saké is the perfect place for the pre-game meal!
Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant Perth – Game 2
Make yourself acquainted to Bar H Dining. A bar and restaurant that brings an intimate and vibrant setting to Surry Hills. The venue is dark and moody yet extremely welcoming. The perfect place to try something unique from their drink’s list or a dinner with mates before the big game.
Located only 15 mins from Homebush, the Rio Brazilian Steakhouse in Parramatta puts you within striking distance of the stadium for game 3. This could be the deciding game in the series and you need some serious food to see you through the night. Rio Brazilian Steakhouse offers up the Brazilian/Portuguese steakhouse experience, and with mains ranging between $20-$40, you can’t go wrong.
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