Harold's Cross Greyhound Racing, County Dublin
Looking for something fun and different that all the family can enjoy? Check out the thrills, the experience and the excitement that is a Night at the Dogs. A year after Celtic Park had become the first greyhound stadium in Ireland, Harold’s Cross was opened on April 28th 1928. The greatest names in the history of greyhound racing thrilled the Harold’s Cross regulars down through the years. Race Nights at Harold’s Cross: Monday, Tuesday and Friday
Harolds Cross Greyhound Stadium is the perfect location for all types of outings. The superb purpose built facility contains a 280 seated grandstand restaurant (providing both tote and bar service to your table while you dine), luxurious bars and a very popular ground floor carvery.
You'll find the bars and restaurants to be a mix of excitement and relaxation that can't be matched. In the bright and spacious bars you can choose from an extensive range of hot and cold buffet menus and a large selection of sandwiches, snacks, teas and coffees. And if it’s all making you a bit thirsty, all of the bars are fully serviced and well stocked.
If you’d like to experience dinner with a difference, then it’s hard to beat booking a table at one of the restaurants. Here you can get excellent food, fine wines, comfortable seating and outstanding panoramic viewing of the excitement below on the track. And if you’re feeling lucky, there’s no need to get up. Because as well as great food, you’ll also find tableside tote betting on the menu. All of this of course makes a booking practically essential.
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