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Best Food and Drink at City Ground?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

The alcohol available at the ground all comes in at under £4 a drink, which is okay for a footie ground, but quite pricey for a bottom of the Championship side. You can get lager, cider and an IPA for £3.70 (each) and Smirnoff Ice for the same price. The food is nothing worth shouting about (is it ever with football?) with some pies, pastries, hot dogs and burgers on offer from £3.20-3.80.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

There is nothing ground breaking to eat at the city ground – but the selection of standard footballing fare is actually not half bad.

There are a good selection of Cornish Pasties and Pukka Pies (including Chicken Balti and Cheese & Onion) for £3.60.

You can get a burger for the same price – though if you want to add cheese, make that £3.80.

Alcohol is available at the ground, but you won’t be allowed to take it to your seats – but you can get bottles of lager and IPA for £3.70, as well as cider and Smirnoff Ice for the same price!

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