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Where to eat & DRINK

 

There are a wide variety of food and drink options available at Epsom Downs.

 

The permanent bars and eateries are detailed below, alongside these outlets there is also a wide variety of catering units around the perimeter of the Duchess’s Stand.

Duchess's Stand

All situated in the Oaks Hall

Bridget’s Bar – the main bar in the Oaks Hall serving a large variety of champagnes, wines, beers, soft drinks and spirits. On busier race-days we also offer a unique Pimm’s and Prosecco Bar. 

We've created a street-food market offering some of the best bites around. From traditional fish & chips to gourmet burgers. Kids meals and a vegetarian option are always available. 

Cask London - a local and traditional real ale bar.

The Roasting Shed - serving a selection of homemade sandwiches and cakes as well as tea and coffee.

The Queen's Stand

Luxury eating venues

Mezzanine Bar – serving a large variety of champagnes, wines, beers, soft drinks and spirits with a terrace overlooking the racecourse and finishing straight.

Blue Riband Bar & Grill – located on the first floor overlooking the finishing straight with an outdoor terrace. No bookings are taken for this restaurant, just simply walk in on the day.

The Roasting Shed - serving a selection of homemade sandwiches and cakes as well as tea and coffee.

Concessions

variety of options

Different external food outlets are offered for different race meetings. Some of our regular food options include a variety of street food, fish & chips, burgers, sweets and ice cream.

Restaurant Packages

Fine dining, thrilling sport, and impeccable service with our outstanding restaurant packages

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