Culinary Delights at The Grand National

The Grand National is just around the corner, and millions of fans are eager to see some of the world’s best horses in action. But if you’re a bit of a foodie, you may be wondering if you’ll get the chance to enjoy some culinary delights, the great news is you will!

Betting on the Grand National isn’t difficult and neither is getting a great meal thanks to the fact that Aintree is home to some rather fabulous eateries that will suit every palate. If you’re expecting to see rows and rows of food trucks serving questionable meals, you will be disappointed. At Aintree, only the very best food and drinks are served to anyone who wishes to dine in style, or simply enjoy a tasty dish.

Read on for more information about some of the best places to dine at Aintree:


Pavilion Restaurant

With impressive views of the start line, the Pavilion Restaurant is one of the best places for you to dine in style. With a menu that includes a Champagne afternoon tea, a full complimentary bar, and refreshments and snacks available, you may think you’re in culinary paradise. However, that’s not all you’ll be offered if you choose to dine in this restaurant, you’ll also receive a four-course lunch that’s served with an impressive range of wines.

Food Stands

Even if you’re a bit of a foodie, it doesn’t mean that you have to dine in style. Some people love nothing more than to tuck into a meal that’s been lovingly prepared at a food stand. Serving noodles, pizza, hog roast, fish and chips, and more, the food stands at Aintree are something else. If you’re looking for somewhere to sit down and enjoy a quick bite to eat, why not head to the Moet et Chandon Champagne Bar, where deli sandwiches, Champagne and other treats are served?


With guaranteed great views of the course and a real festival atmosphere, McCoy’s is the place to be. Guests can enjoy complimentary cocktails, an al fresco dining experience, and access to the Red Rum Garden and the Parade Ring. If you love a relaxed atmosphere and a place that serves good food and has large flat-screen TV’s so you can see all of the action, McCoy’s is the place to be.


A luxury dining experience is assured at Cloister, adding an extra special touch to your day. With a private balcony that looks over the Parade Ring and the Winner’s Enclosure, avid Grand National Fans are guaranteed to have a good time. With a four-course a la carte meal on offer, along with a traditional afternoon tea, and snacks and refreshments, you simply cannot go wrong with the Cloister dining experience.

There are clearly a lot of great culinary delights on offer at Aintree, offering foodies, and anyone who loves to treat themselves a real chance to dine in style. The four restaurants listed above are not the only places to eat while you enjoy the buzz of The Grand National, but we think they’re some of the best, and we’re sure you will too!

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