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The Triple Crown Restaurant is situated in the Club 1776 Marquee structure, opposite the Winners Enclosure, and give guests fantastic uninterrupted views of the racing down the home straight.
The day starts with a wonderful Champagne reception before moving swiftly on to a generous gourmet buffet lunch, later on in the day guests can then enjoy the finest afternoon tea on course.
Other package components include a dedicated host for the day and easily accessible tote betting facilities.
|Location||Inside Track Opposite Winners Enclosure|
|Admission||Club 1776 Admission|
|Price Guide||£295 to £380|
Inside Track Opposite Winners Enclosure
On the Rails
Club 1776 Admission
Coffee & Biscuits
Dedicated Host for the Day
TV Racing Coverage
The Triple Crown Restaurant is situated in the Club 1776 Marquee, the name celebrating the fact that the Guineas, Epsom Derby & St Leger represent the Triple Crown of English flat racing. The St. Leger is the world’s oldest classic horse race, named after Anthony St Leger, who devised the race in 1776; it is the last of the five English classic races and the longest at 1 mile and 6 furlongs.
The Triple Crown Restaurant (within Club 1776 Marquee) is situated close to the rails in the centre of the course, opposite the Lazarus (Main) Stand. It is ideally located close to the Winning Post, with views of the finishing straight.
It is a smart modern and comfortable marquee facility, with dining on round tables. There are floor-to-ceiling windows providing an abundance of natural light. There is a raised viewing terrace directly in front and some garden furniture on the lawns should the weather be kind.
Private tables are available for bookings of 12 guests or more, smaller groups will need to share.
Admission into the Club 1776 Marquee is included.
Morning coffee is served on arrival followed by a gourmet buffet. Later in the day, a full Afternoon Tea is served.
There is a Champagne Reception prior to lunch and the bar is complimentary throughout the day. Champagne is an extra charge after the reception.
Service is left to the dedicated waiting staff, there is not a hostess service.
There is not a racing tipster included in the package.
There are several TV monitors in the restaurant.
Car park passes are included.
A Racecard is included and there are Tote betting facilities available.
This package provides excellent value for money for a fully inclusive package. The location is good, but the viewing is not as good as the elevated suites in the Lazarus Stand.