Brothers Leagues Club

Raceview, Ipswich Area

Price Range * Dinner under $20 (AUD)

If you're looking for a great day or night out with dining, gaming and live entertainment, Brothers Leagues Club in Ipswich has got the whole package. Located in the suburb of Raceview, just a few minutes drive from the Ipswich Central Business District, Brothers is buzzing with customers who come for its wide variety of offerings to suit any occasion.

The Shamrocks bistro has a tasty a-la-carte menu, oven-fresh pizzas and a variety of monthly specials to keep everyone happy, while the Coffee Lounge is the place to go for light meals, snacks and sweet treats.

Brothers Leagues Club also has two bars - The Sports Bar offers 12 beers on tap, a live entertainment calendar as well as TAB and Keno facilities. The bright and cheery "O" Bar is the perfect place to enjoy an icy cold beverage before or after dinner, and maybe even hop up onto the dance floor for a spin.

Boasting the biggest and best gaming floor in Ipswich and daily promotions to boot, Brothers keeps the punters happy. Enjoy the Brothers Advantage with a 5 year Social Membership for only $5 and immediately receive 10 per cent off all food and beverages.

Cuisine Types

Bistro/Cafe/Deli
Brasserie
Pizza or Wood fired Pizza
Pub

Price Range

Mains under $20 (AUD)

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