We take great pride in our ability to satisfy the most discriminating of palates, at the same time meeting the needs of patrons in search of a hot dog and beer while handicapping. Of course, there is no reason not to sample every dining area during the meet – the Skye Terrace Dining Room, the Sports Gallery, the Silks Bar and Grille, the Legends Bar. Did we mention the ice cream cones at Tanya & Matt's in the Grandstand?

For racing fans who want to watch their favorites walk to the paddock, get saddled and take part in the post parade, but still need a meal or a snack before heading to the windows or the winner’s circle. The Box Seat Menu offers our finest Boar’s Head Deli and Cuban sandwiches, snacks, beverages, full bar, domestic and imported beers, including Stella Artois on draft.  Available on live racing weekends.
Award-winning author Laura Hillenbrand and popular actor Tobey Maguire rekindled the story of Seabiscuit for millions, and the Legends Bar chronicles the achievements of the famous rags-to-riches horse and his human connections who captivated Depression-era Thoroughbred fans. After your tour of the exhibit, pull up a stool and share boneless wings, seasoned fries, burgers, dogs, salads, our renowned Bosco sticks and a beverage.
You don’t have to be a serious poker player to sample the menu in The Silks Bar & Grille, where novices, aspiring card sharks and touring professionals gather to fatten their bankrolls. A fabulous breakfast menu gets things started at 9:30 a.m., and we offer a complete menu throughout the day, featuring sandwiches and wraps, baskets, burgers, entrees and mouth-watering paninis. Just don’t give anything away. 
We’ve been tempted on previous visits to start with the dessert menu, only because the chef’s cheese cake and Key Lime pie are to die for. Done properly and in the right order, though, your fine-dining experience atop the clubhouse is something to cherish. Start with a Light Beginnings appetizer, savor a Specialty Sandwich or entrée and leave room for the dessert special (a la mode, natch).  Reservations are recommended.  The Skye Terrace serves Sunday Brunch.  Dress Code is required in this restaurant. 
The biggest dilemma faced by Sports Gallery patrons is that perusing the extensive menu cuts into their handicapping time. So, for those of you who haven’t scoped out the early daily double yet, here are a few quick suggestions: start with the Buffalo-style wings; progress to a Caesar salad with grilled chicken; cash that double ticket, and chow down on a Black Angus Burger or Roast Beef Panini. You can thank us by springing for dessert.