Australian Open 2024 menu card food items list and drinks price

Australian Open 2024 menu card food items list and drinks price

A recently established lively bar on court six at Melbourne Park is already making headlines, check out the Australian Open 2024 menu and items price

The exorbitant prices of drinks at the Australian Open have been criticized as “scandalous.” The tennis tournament is in full swing in Australia, with the third round of men’s action currently underway.

Australian Open 2024 menu card food items list and bar drinks price

Yesterday, we reported on players expressing concerns about the distracting “party court” at the Australian Open. This issue arose after a two-story bar was erected on the eastern sideline of court six for this year’s tournament.

Among the stars voicing discontent with the rowdy fans is the Men’s No. 7 seed, Stefanos Tsitsipas. However, those relishing the offerings of the new addition and enjoying a meal at Melbourne Park will find themselves shelling out a considerable amount.

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Food & Drinks Price at Australian Open

According to media reports, a 425mL plastic cup of beer (schooner size) will cost you $14.50 (£7.53). A bottle of water comes close at $5.90 (£3.07). If you fancy grabbing a bite to eat, be prepared to pay even more.

For a chili cheese dog, punters would need to part with a whopping $18.50 (£9.61). A beef burger and chips come in at $22.50 (£11.69). Even more astonishingly, a simple chocolate bar carries a price tag of $6 (£3.12). However, the real shocker is the cost of champagne. A glass of bubbly is priced at $29.50 (£15.33).

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Fans Not Satisfied?

However, one disappointed fan, who splurged on champagne, not only found fault with the price but also expressed frustration over the lack of ice and snacks at the standalone bar, addressing the champagne manufacturer Piper Heidieck in a tweet: “Any chance that you could provide ice and food at the stand-alone bar @AustralianOpen please? Scandalous that you are serving expensive champagne with iceless coolers and no snacks.”

In other news, teenage sensation Mirra Andreeva continued her remarkable run at the Australian Open with a come-from-behind victory, advancing to the fourth round and matching her best Grand Slam performance.

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The 16-year-old showcased her immense potential by defeating sixth seed Ons Jabeur in under an hour in round two and displayed her tenacious fighting spirit to overcome France’s Diane Parry 1-6, 6-1, 7-6 (10/5).

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