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Best Food and Drink at Pittodrie Stadium?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

You’re looking at about £2.50 for a very average (bordering bad) sausage roll at the stadium. Other delicacies include pies, chocolate, hot dogs and Bovril (a staple in any Scottish football environment) and none of it is healthy at all. You can get drinks as well, but they are equally poor in quality and unimpressive in price. Many fans choose to eat either side of the game; it’s both financially more sensible, and substantially more healthy.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

With the open nature of the stadium – the Pittodrie has a reputation as being one of the coldest stadiums in Europe – the sea breeze does create a cold draft in the air. As such – be sure to warm yourself up at halftime with some hearty footballing fare. Choose from Burgers, Hot Dogs and of course Pies and warm yourself up! Prices aren’t too bad, and with the crowds not being huge you won’t have to wait too long either!

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