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Best Food and Drink at Victoria Park?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Ross County may have done some renovation work recently and even made themselves a household name in the Scottish Premiership, but their catering is the same as ever: pies, Bovril and not a whole lot else! For those who don’t know, Bovril is a sort-of salted, hot, meaty drink that is served at Scottish football since time immemorial. Since Scotland is usually freezing cold, both do a good job of heating you up. There are also hot dogs, burgers and sausage rolls if you’re feeling less traditional!

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Ross Country FC have made sure that their fans are well fed and watered when they go to a game!

If you are a home fan or season ticket holder – be sure to go to the ‘in-house’ bar before the game. The David Hamilton Lounge opens up at 12:00 for a 3:00pm kickoff and proves very popular with fans – it is normally completely full an hour before kick off so get there early!

The club serves some great food for really affordable prices – including some rather unique pies! The Haggis Pie always is popular with people visiting the Highlands and even comes with the traditional Neeps and Tatties (swedes) on top! If that doesn’t tickle your fancy, how about a Chicken Curry or Macaroni Pie for £2.10! Don’t worry – the traditional footballing food of Burgers (£2.20) Hog Dogs and Sausage Rolls – both £2.10 is also there!

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