White Hart Lane has all the trappings of a traditional English football stadiums, and the food options inside the ground are no different. There is the usual spread of kiosks selling hot dogs, burgers and pies that cost around £4, slightly higher than the national average. A cup of tea will cost £2,30 whilst Spurs have a deal with Carlsberg, selling bottles of beer for £4.20
For those wanting a more sophisticated affair, hospitality packages start at £199 per person and included catering services by Levy Restaurants.
There are a few small minimal food and drink outlets at White Hart Lane and you can buy the basic hot and cold drinks, burgers, chips, hotdogs and fast food options. You can buy alcohol from the stadium as long as you have ID and you should expect to pay around £4 for a beer, £2.40 for teas and hot drinks and £2-£2.50 for soft drinks or water. No glass is allowed in the stadium and you should be quick if you want to order food before or at half time as the queues can get quite long as there are minimal facilities. All of the refreshments are under the stands (in most stands) and are pretty basic so take a few small snacks with you.
If you are looking for the VIP option you could look at hospitality packages, giving you dining experiences in the restaurant and a better view. These however start at around £200 (and end at £800 ish! depending on the match category).
The concourses hold plenty of different food vendors, but it’s nothing out of the ordinary: pretty basic football ground grub. There is a variety of pies and other hot foods you can buy, though you’ll pay about $4 for the privilege. Same thing goes for drinks: you can buy a pint, but the price and quality don’t add much appeal to the idea. Maybe just bring in a pocketful of snacks and grab a couple beers before the game?
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