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Best Food and Drink at Pride Park Stadium?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

I wouldn’t say it’s Michelin Star quality food inside; it’s more “edible” than “delicious”, and the price tag would make you grimace even if it was a Premier League team. There are Pukka Pies (just don’t look up the Tesco price!) for £3.70 and pasties for the same price. At half-time you’re allowed out for a smoke, or to stretch your legs, and there are a few vans selling burgers and hot dogs at prices that will make you wince. However, if you’re hungry, they’ll fill you up.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

There is a Gregg’s just outside of the North Stand which might be worth a look if you are feeling a bit peckish before hand – a good old Steak Bake is just the ticket. Otherwise when you’re inside the ground you will be faced at the standard football ground food. Pies and Pasties are Premier League prices at £3.70. There are times where fans are allowed into a roped off area for a smoke break and there are burger vans out there. It does have a bit of a zoo feel though so not everyone fancies it.

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