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10/10/2014
Best Western Monkbar Hotel

Introducing the new Parade Ring Restaurant at York Racecourse

A fine dining experience, right in the heart of the equine activity the new Parade Ring Restaurant, at York Racecourse is scheduled to open on the first day of the 2015 season, and is now open for advance bookings.

Situated on the top floor of the future Weighing Room, adjacent to the Parade Ring, saddling boxes and pre-parade ring, provides the ideal location for a fine dining experience.
With a dedicated entrance, welcoming timber clad main room with feature roof window, air conditioning, bespoke Axminster carpet and all the best in modern facilities. The private balcony offers a stunning view of the thoroughbreds as they prepare to enter the Knavesmire track, with the main stands and course itself spreading out towards the horizon.

The Parade Ring Restaurant will offer a haven for smaller parties (up to six diners) who can look forward to a three course luncheon, afternoon tea and drinks served to their private table, for the whole day. Chefs who love working with fresh local ingredients will design a menu that would grace establishments well known to the discerning diner.

Building on the popularity of the Melrose Club Lounge, the new restaurant will follow the same “badge + restaurant” style, meaning that the restaurant element of the raceday can easily be booked directly by owners, horsemen and annual badgeholders; as well as County Stand day racegoers who can take advantage of the range of early bird and other deals for their badge element.

The price for daily County Stand badges will be frozen to customers who book this restaurant over the balance of this year, meaning a badge for Dante will be £32 and for Ebor, £55, until 31 December 2014.

Dante Festival (Wed 14, Thu 14, Fri 15 May) £120 inc VAT pp
Welcome to Yorkshire Ebor Festival (Wed 19, Thu 20, Fri 21, Sat 21 August) £150 inc VAT pp.  Guests will also need a valid County Stand admission