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The Gym Sports Bar

The Gym Sports Bar & Grill – Does exactly what it says on the tin!
A sports bar dedicated to televising Premiership Football, Rugby Union, Cricket, Athletics, Motorsport, Tennis, American Sports & pretty much anything you can think of! They also are the only venue in Bury showing live 3pm kick offs on a Saturday afternoon.
You shouldn’t miss any of the action anywhere in the bar with 11 HD screens, a 6ft projector, tv in the beer garden & even a 50’ tv in the men’s toilet.
They have a fantastic menu from which you can enjoy a light bite to a full on Lean Mean Gym Burger as you watch the action.
Every Friday ‘The Gym Rocks’, literally! They showcase the best live bands on their stage each week from 10pm onwards.
Saturday night comes alive each week with their resident DJ playing tunes from the 70’s until the present day until 3am!
For their weekly listings of what’s being shown at The Gym, check ‘thegymsportsbarandgrill’ on Facebook or their website.

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Telephone 01284 752716

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Address 3 Risbygate Street, Bury St Edmunds
IP33 3AA

Opening Hours Wed 17.00-00.00
Thurs 17.00-01.00
Fri 17.00-02.00
Sat 17.00-03.00
Sun 12.00-00.00

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