In addition to the Moonraker and Conservatory restaurants, Salisbury Racecourse has a range of bars and eateries in all enclosures to suit every palate and budget. Salisbury Racecourse, as well as our catering partners, where possible use local suppliers providing high quality homemade food.
Located on the ground floor of the Bibury Stand, with soft furnishings, tables and chairs, as well as a patio area looking towards the Parade Ring.
There is a fully stocked bar with various draft beers. The smart food counter offers a range of tasty sandwiches, ploughmans and cakes, together with teas, hot chocolate and speciality coffees to include flavoured syrups and liquors. At the busier evening race meetings, the food counter will instead operate as a Bottled drinks bar.
Located on the first floor of the Bibury Stand, this is the biggest bar on the racecourse and has recently undergone a £200,000 refurbishment. The Bibury Bar has an attached balcony and the whole facility has impressive views of the final straight of the racecourse. The Bibury Bar has a fully stocked bar with a range of draft beers and an extremely popular food counter (tables cannot be pre-booked). Examples of the Bibury Bar meals are: Cumberland Sausages; Steak & Kidney Suet Pudding or our delicious Pastry Pies with creamed potato, carrots, peas and gravy. There is also a new selection of tasty sandwiches and cakes, plus tea, coffee and hot chocolate.
The Persian Punch Bar, named after one of Salisbury’s most famous winners, is a fully stocked bar and is on the ground floor of the Bibury Enclosure. It is ideally located to have a drink between watching the races from the Bibury Lawn and having a bet with the on-course bookies or Totepool.
A popular racegoers bar located underneath the terracing of the Grandstand, which has a fully stocked bar with a seating area inside. Our catering partner, Peter Symonds Leisure Catering prepares a delicious range of food options, from roast pork or roast beef baguettes/rolls with sage and onion stuffing, apple or horseradish sauce; as well as a range of Cornish pasties or baked potatoes with a variety of fillings. Pastries, muffins, tea, coffee and hot chocolate are also available. Food and drinks can be taken outside.
A very popular fully stocked bar with an outdoor fenced seating area. Situated opposite the Parade Ring, it is a fantastic place to horse and people watch whilst having a beer or a Pimms. Tea, coffee and sandwiches are also available.
Serving a range of delicious local Marshfield Farm ice creams, as well as milkshakes, waffles and tea and coffees.
At our evening race meetings and busier afternoon race days will be the excellent Charter 1227 Barbecue Kitchen adjacent to the Parade Ring.
Peter Symonds Leisure Catering have a burger bar just beyond the Tattersalls Stand and an additional unit on bigger days. Picnic tables are located on the lawn opposite the food units.
At our three Saturday nights meetings; the Friday night meeting in August; and on the two Sunday race meetings (subject to the weather) will be a Pimms bar (pictured) located down near the betting ring.
A fantastic spot for a glass of bubbly or Pimms, the Lester Piggott Bar is a roof terrace bar on top of the Wiltshire Stand with panoramic views across the Parade Ring and Racecourse. It has a fully stocked bar.
Has a fully stocked bar with a range of draft beers. It is located underneath the terracing of the Sarum Stand.
The units in the Sarum Enclosure are dependent on the profile of the raceday, but typically there is a burger van (also serving hot drinks), an ice cream van and sweet stall.
The Sarum Enclosure is the only enclosure where racegoers are permitted to bring in their own picnics. However, it is not permitted to bring your own alcohol onto the racecourse. Bags may be searched on entry.
Please also note, that no gazebos or tents are permitted to be erected by racegoers within the Sarum Enclosure.