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The Gate - Twickenham Stadium Hospitality

The perfect union of steak, wine and rugby

Once a ruck has formed players wanting to gather or protect the ball must do so through an area called The Gate.

Enter The Gate restaurant through the private entrance, join friends and enjoy all that this excellent chop-house has to offer.

A flexible and private, chop-house styled hospitality experience at its best and the perfect place to appreciate a combination of quality cuts of meat and fine wines paired to the opposition, together with the passion and pride of international rugby.

TO EAT

  • Four course Chop house style menu
  • Post-match Twickenham tea

TO DRINK

  • All-inclusive bar including Champagne, real ales, Guinness and premium lager and a selection of fine wines
  • Half time drinks served in the restaurant
  • Bar 90 minutes post-match

YOUR VIEW

  • East Stand, Lower tier, within the 22s

CLOSER TO THE ACTION

  • Near halfway line
  • Match seats in close proximity via concourse

DINING STYLE

  • Private tables of 2,4,6,8 and 10
  • Open kitchens looking into the heart of the action
  • Relaxed and atmospheric chop house restaurant

INCLUSIVE FEATURES

  • Socialise with past players pre and post-match
  • Screens to avoid missing any of the sporting action
  • Facility opens 3.5 hours before kick-off and closes 2 hours after final whistle

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