Both the Red Dot bar, attached to the Hilton Doubletree Hotel, at the stadium itself and the nearest pub; the ' Inn on the Lake' (previously called the Beacon), both no longer admit visiting supporters.If you are looking for something to eat as well as a drink, then on the Retail Park surrounding the stadium there is a choice of Nando's, Frankie & Benny's, TGI Friday's and Pizza Express.Programmes are bought outside the stadium.' Food available on the concourse includes an interesting range of pies from the Piglets Pantry Company (although the bottom of mine was burnt, but I won't hold that against them....); Steak and ' Concrete Cow' Ale, Chicken Gammon and Leek, Spinach Ricotta and Mushrooms (all £3.60).In keeping with the infamous concrete cows of Milton Keynes, the Club have a mascot called Mooie, whilst the South Stand is called the 'cowshed'.
Please note though it is then a good 35-40 minute walk to the stadium.
If arriving at Bletchley Railway Station then nearby, is the Park Inn and Bletchley Working Mens Club (Saturdays only, see advert below).
Just turn left out if the station entrance, then left along the main road.
Caroline Charlesworth a visiting Leicester fan tells me; ' Many Leicester fans headed to Fenny Stratford, as it is about a 20 minute walk from the ground and seems to be the better bet of all the areas around the ground after speaking to others who went elsewhere.
We actually caught the train and got off at Fenny Stratford. This is situated in a lovely setting right beside a Canal Lock – nice for those early and end of season days out as they have a decent size garden and plenty of room to stand around outside'.