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Coral, Brighton & Hove Greyhound Stadium

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Coral, Brighton & Hove Greyhound Stadium

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Brighton & Hove Stadium Nevill Road, Hove BN3 7BZ England
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Paul L wrote a review Feb 2020
90 contributions10 helpful votes
Love the dogs night out , taken to our table which was perfect and right by the finishing line , staff friendly and atmosphere was good too.. food ? Not so good , two of us had steak , one blue and one medium rare . Cooked perfectly but not tender . Fish and chips was ok and the kids loved there burgers
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Chris_JNP wrote a review Dec 2019
Bognor Regis, United Kingdom224 contributions93 helpful votes
We had a nice evening, meal was nice. Comfortable you do not have to leave the table, the bring your drinks and take your bets while you watch the racing while you eat. We would go again.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Sally S wrote a review Sep 2019
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We have a brilliant evening, the newly refurbished restaurant upstairs felt fresh, as were the bars. Service from tote table staff was fantastic too, good senses of humour & the racing was so exciting and clean. You can see the greyhounds love to race. Food was more than decent and a top atmosphere. Whilst it didn't dampen our night the vile people outside shouting abuse at the public should be moved on.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Chinchitchlud wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom477 contributions291 helpful votes
Came here with a friend for a mid-week night out and we really enjoyed. We pre-booked the £10 party deal which included entry, bet slip, meal, drink & One £1 bet each which we thought was great. We got the train to Brighton and then walked was a little distance but we enjoyed the walk as it was a nice day. We arrived and the security were friendly on the door, we got our drink which was a selection of Wine / Beer / Cider etc not spirits etc. We had to go downstairs to get our food, which was either a Burger / Hotdog and chips, the portions were huge and well worth the money. We found a table inside as it was too chilly outside and placed our bets, we only placed small £2 / £3 bets on each dog. The races were good and well spaced out so we could pop to the bar or toilets which was good. We enjoyed the races and won a bit of money here and there! For £10 we really thought the party deal was well worth the money and will return!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Foxylady wrote a review Aug 2019
4 contributions6 helpful votes
Alarm bells should have rung when we arrived and saw Police cars parked outside. As we walked through the car park to the entrance there was a man showing somebody his bare bottom and shouting obscenities. We would have walked away there and then but when I rung to book a table I had to pay in advance. We walked past two Policemen stationed at the entrance into the stadium. They must have been anticipating trouble. There was a large presence of obviously drunk young men in gangs in high spirits. I had to shield my kids on the way to the restaurant. The whole place had an oppressive feel to it and is clearly not suited to a family experience. I really do not want to be subjected to that sort of behaviour or language, let alone expose my kids to it. It had a sort of feral, underworld feel to it. We had paid for three courses but left after the main as the food quality was poor and mass-produced and we couldn't face leaving with everybody else. The races? We were so distracted we didn't even place any bets. Waste of time and money. Save yourself the bother.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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