Brand new for 2017 is The Mastery Restaurant, situated in its own Private Marquee on the bend just after the Winning Post, overlooking the Champagne Lawn. Offering coffee and biscuits on arrival and a three-course chef’s buffet followed by after-lunch coffee, diners will be able to revel in the atmosphere as the Mastery Restaurant sits in a superb location just a whisker away from the action on the track. With the winning post in eye line and the sport’s finest horses within touching distance, the Mastery Restaurant offers almost a private audience to the World’s Oldest Classic. When the racing gets underway guests will then be able to enjoy a light afternoon tea, all the while enjoying access to a cash bar with table service.
Housed inside the Club 1776 Marquee, The Mastery Restaurant is neighboured by both the Cusworth Private Chalets and The Triple Crown Restaurant. The Cusworth Private Chalets provide an equally high-quality location where guests can enjoy the privacy of their own dedicated facility. Serving a luxury four-course plated lunch with a champagne reception, diners can then enjoy a classic afternoon tea as the tensions rise out of the turf. Meanwhile the bar is fully inclusive, providing all the elements needed for an incredible race day experience. The Triple Crown Restaurant shares the same location and priceless atmosphere. Greeted with a glass of champagne, diners are then treated to a gourmet buffet and Chef’s table carvery followed by after-lunch coffee. The finest afternoon tea is available alongside a fully inclusive bar. All Club 1776 customers can make use of a private lawn stretching from their facility down to the home straight of the racetrack, the final element in an exquisite hospitality package.
Up in the Lazarus & Leger grandstands, our Private Boxes offer the height of luxury and an incredible vantage over the action on the turf. Serving from a selection of three separate menus, the dining experience offered in these facilities is second to none. From the inclusion of a car parking space and arrival drinks to small touches such as racing newspapers and locally-sourced fudge, there is no stone left unturned as we strive to create a remarkable raceday experience. With a dedicated host for the day and a private balcony, there’s no cause to venture out of the facility as every need is catered for.
Also based within the Lazarus Stand are both the Lincoln and Conduit Restaurants. Both offering three-course lunch with panoramic views across the racecourse, The Lincoln Restaurant offers fine dining with an emphasis on luxury whilst The Conduit remains slightly less formal whilst maintaining the quality and sense of occasion associated with The St Leger Festival.
Each hospitality facility at The St Leger Festival represents a unique and wonderful opportunity to enjoy an incredible sporting event in a superb location. From arrival to departure, our guests are a part of an experience that is unforgettable.