The Aintree Racecourse has a big audience to feed, and that makes it essential that there are plenty of places to grab a bite on the run or to experience some much more elegant places to enjoy a meal. The racecourse has food choices for everyone and has a diversity of international cuisine
Aintree does not allow people to have their own picnics and bring their own food. There is also a no-alcohol policy on the premises and security will confiscate alcohol if it is found on patrons. Luckily many restaurants and bars are open.
There is plenty of international food found at street stalls which sell everything from roasts to pizza and curry. There is also the traditional option of fish and chips as well as plenty of coffee. The selection of food depends on the size of the meeting.
Other Dining Options
The Moet et Chandon Champagne Bar has some fancier cuisine options and drinks like champagne and wine. Coffee is also served at the bar. The Princess Royal suite has a selection of seafood, and there is a Champagne 200 Lounge which also has a selection of drinks and good quality cuisine.
The Golden Miller is a restaurant offering exceptional service. It has a wonderful four-course menu where diners can view the race from various positions. There is a full bar with wine, beer, spirits and other drinks. Diners can bet at the restaurant without worries.
Diamond Marque has champagne on arrival and before sitting. A four-course a la carte meal is on offer with a full bar with wine, liqueurs and forms. Staff are ready to look after diner’s requests all day. There is a panoramic view and private betting available. The Diamond Marque is a luxurious experience with plenty of tips and opportunities for research.
The dining and eating options include everything from street food to a la carte dining. There are plenty of opportunities for drinking available.