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Best Food and Drink at Ewood Park?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Honestly, I’d recommend getting your fill of drinks at a nearby pub like Uncle Jack’s and then having the rest once the game is over. There’s Fosters, John Smith’s and Bulmers on draught for £3.50 a pint. You can get a minute bottle (read: glass) of wine for £3.90 or a ‘two pint tub’ of your favourite beers doubled up.

An upside to the catering is that the pies come in at £2.60 each, with hot dogs available for £3.20. Not the worst.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Blackburn has a quite strict policy when it comes to bringing food into the stadium. If it’s home made style lunch – sandwiches, crisps, biscuits etc then you are fine to bring it in. However if they see you with a McDonalds bag, or any other fast food style packaging then you won’t be allowed in with it. Its a strange old rule – but they do enforce it.

The food inside the stadium is actually decent quality and Blackburn FC pride themselves on working with local businesses to make the food. For a football ground, the pies are amazingly priced – £2.60, and Hot Dogs are just a little more.

There is the usual selection of beers, cider and wines with an interesting twist. You can stick with a normal pint for £3.50, or double up – get a 2 pint pot and save 30p – bargain.

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