Kingdom Greyhound Stadium Tralee, Tralee
(4.3/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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  • The Greyhound stadium is a lovely place to bring your visitor when they are in Tralee as we did last year. We had a a lovely meal, a few drinks at a reasonable cost, and if you want have a bet on the ...  more »
  • Irish fashion we stayed a night in this stadium to attend the Greyhound race. We bet, won and lost... Too bad that it need pay an entrance fee and pay again to bet... The admission of 10 euros per person is a bit expensive in my opinion. The greyhounds are magnificent dogs, while muscle and the races are very fast. Young children can also bet on the races
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  • A visit to the stadium promises an entertaining and witty evening perfectly even in bad weather. We were on a Saturday night and there were many tables in the restaurant. If you eat in the restaurant, you pay no separate entrance and one has a great view of the track through the huge window panes. You can pay just €10 entrance and stay in the bottom (with Café). The food was priced completely okay and very tasty. The service extremely sweet and helpful, several times we were asked whether we were satisfied and the Manager went from table to table and introduced himself. We had no idea how the process works, but the super friendly staff all explained and there were also multilingual information brochures. You should not be afraid, to bid. It is sufficient if you bet a few bucks per race, with any luck his usage total back out. The employees come shortly before every race to the table and collect the usage and also the winnings paid out. It's just very funny, to root. The dogs seemed to have fun in the race, by the way, she pulled violently toward the starting gate and overall the whole thing had a familiar character. Often, the dogs were accompanied with proud children of owner of to start. The bait was not real of course, one can only hope that this is the case also in the training. Also do not judge a layman can what happens to old and disabled dogs. So not the same fate as in some States of Australia met the Irish became, you can appeal only to the responsibility of the owner.
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  • Greyhound race night with some food. The tempura prawns were delicious and beautifully cooked steak with amazing vegetables & buttery potatoes - seems the best spuds are grown in the Kerry region. There's a special offer of main course meals for €17.95 on race nights with a €6.00 supplement for the steak. Menu also has many options to choose from.
  • Great place for a great night out. Family friendly great food
  • Great night out.