Worldwide icon-chevron-right South Pacific icon-chevron-right Australia icon-chevron-right Melbourne icon-chevron-right AFL Grand Final meal packs to get delivered in Melbourne
Smoked meat, chorizo, hot dogs, potatoes, sides and beers.
Photograph: San Telmo x Future Mountain

AFL Grand Final meal packs to get delivered in Melbourne

From Peking duck pies to hot jam doughnut cannoli, we've got you covered on the food-front this unusual Grand Final Day, so all that's left to do is fish out your Sherrin and tune into the game from your sofa

By Time Out editors
Advertising

Footy. Pie. Footy. Pie. Who said you could only eat pies during the AFL Grand Final? These Melbourne eateries have pies and a lot more to offer you. All you need to do is pop your Sherrin on your lap, don your fanciest jersey, get your remote in one hand, and occupy your other hand with some of Melbourne’s best footy takeaway options.

RECOMMENDED: How to watch the 2020 AFL Grand Final in Melbourne.

Melbourne bars delivering cocktails, beers and more.

Restaurants and bars now doing takeaway in Melbourne.

The best AFL Grand Final meals in Melbourne

Pizzas, hot dogs, chips, sausage rolls, chicken wings, Sherrin.
Photograph: Harry Isles

The Plough Hotel

Hotels Footscray

The Plough Hotel is bringing the experience of the Grand Final to you with all of life’s guilty pleasures rolled into one Grand Final pack. Priced at $60, it feeds four to five people and includes your choice of two pizzas, fries with aioli, spicy chicken wings with hot sauce, two housemade five-inch pork sausage rolls with tomato sauce and two American-style hot dogs. It’s available for pick up or delivery and orders can be placed via their website.

Lamb shoulder.
Photograph: Spread Eagle Hotel

Spread Eagle Hotel

Restaurants Australian Richmond

Take the edge off having to clean the barbecue by having the likes of smoked Angus brisket delivered to you. The Spread Eagle Hotel’s Grand Final Day Gourmet BBQ Packs are valued at $80 and can feed two very hungry individuals. Choose a main featuring protein like lamb shoulder, your choice of two sauces and two salads, two carbs including house-made flatbreads or corn tortillas, enough sides to feed a small nation and add on ice-cold tap beer for an additional fee. These packs are available for pre-order via the website.

Advertising
Pies and beers.
Photograph: Prahran Market x Moon Dog Brewing

Prahran Market

Shopping South Yarra

Even if your team doesn't win the Grand Final, you can still be a winner with this free pigskin courtesy of Prahran Market and Moon Dog Brewery. The Prahran Market x Moon Dog Brewery Pie and Beer Taster Box has a baker’s dozen of gourmet party pies, a mini Sherrin and four exclusive Moon Dog beers. 

Sample pies by various traders of Prahran Market which include two peking duck pies by John Cester’s Poultry & Game, two chicken pot pies by Stir the Pot and more. Moon Dog Brewery’s four pack has also been matched to each pie, and the experience comes with a virtual tasting. All you need to do is scan the QR code and check out the tasting notes. 

Available for $55 plus delivery, they’re available to order online via Food Lovers’ Direct.

Nacho footy loaf
Photograph: Attica

Attica

Restaurants Ripponlea

Attica is here to give the Grand Final an American makeover with the Nacho Footy Loaf, which features a hollowed-out roll filled with beef and black bean chilli, two kinds of sour cream (one to dip your bread into), spicy jalapenos, cheddar, guacamole, pepper berry pickled onions, coriander and corn chips. It can serve two as a main, or four as a snack and costs $85. 

Or up your game with The Premiership which serves two and is priced at $160. It includes Crystal Bay prawns with green finger lime, lettuce and cocktail sauce, a cheesy potato and leek bake, beef short rib, asparagus with native thyme, roasted mushrooms with tarragon butter, and a chocolate and wattleseed tart with raspberries and bunya cream. Place your pre-orders via the website now. 

Advertising
Hot jam donut cannoli on a bed of hot jam donuts.
Photograph: Cannoleria

Cannoleria by That's Amore Cheese

Hot jam doughnuts might seem like a sweet, distant memory, but Cannoleria by That's Amore Cheese is here to not only fulfil those cravings, but to drop the cannoli and hot jam doughnut collaboration that we’ve only dreamt of.

The Hot Jam Donut Cannoli comes with That’s Amore Cheese ricotta filling which is infused with cinnamon doughnut crumbs and a sweet jam swirl. While it might not be hot, it’s the perfect thing to have at your disposal should your team lose. It’s available in Cannoleria stores only on 23rd and 24th October until stocks last each day.

Barbeque, hotdogs, beers.
Photograph: San Telmo x Future Mountain

San Telmo

Restaurants Melbourne

This one’s for the grillmasters just itching for a backyard barbecue fiesta. The AFL Grand Final Beer and BBQ pack by San Telmo and Future Mountain have you covered so that you can impress everyone with your grilling skills (thanks to the instructions from expert chefs at San Telmo), but also keep everyone well fed with quality cuts of meat. 

The pack includes a litre of Harrow & Harvest’s White Ale, a litre of Alameda’s Golden Sour, two beef empanadas, two corn empanadas, fresh chorizo, morcilla, 500 grams of ribeye, papas and remolacha. Pre-orders are available now from $158, and can be placed here.

Advertising
Pie, ribs, cornbread.
Photograph: Third Wave Café

Third Wave Café

Restaurants Port Melbourne

Third Wave Café will have you getting ready to specky off the back of the nearest person to launch your cheese-filled syringe into a smoked brisket pie. You read that correctly. The star of the Grand Final Reheat-at-Home Box is Third Wave’s massive smoked brisket pie which comes with two giant syringes which you can use to inject cheese and barbecue sauce into the pie. 

It could feed six by itself, but don’t fret, the three different boxes also come with 450g of slow-smoked beef ribs, a whole rack of slow-smoked baby back pork ribs and 12 smoked wings. For sides, you get cowboy beans, eight pieces of cheesy cornbread, mac and cheese and a bottle of house-made spicy barbecue sauce. The packs start at $149 each, with the capacity to feed between four to ten people. Place your order here.

Fancy watching footy in the park?

Royal Botanic Gardens generic
Photograph: Adrian Vittorio

The best parks in Melbourne

Attractions Parks and gardens

Craving some closeness to Mother Nature? There's nothing like a romp through a local CBD park to restore some balance. Next time you're sick of the sight of concrete, head straight to these green spots.

Recommended

    You may also like

      Best selling Time Out Offers
        Advertising