Start and end your racing day on good form at The Brewery Quarter. From breakfast through to late night entertainment we've rounded up the highlights you can expect during The Festival 10 - 13 March 2020.  

The Brewery Quarter prides itself on being the 'one-stop shop where you can shop-dine-stay and play' in Cheltenham.  Throughout the four days of race week the bars and restaurants will be offering fantastic racing offers and events including...

Festival week events at The Brewery Quarter


BREAKFAST TIME…The Brewery Quarter’s Top Tips

The Botanist Cheltenham is going bottomless this year and we can’t wait! From just £25 a head you’ll enjoy a hearty brunch along with a select range of drinks including draft beer and Prosecco. Book early to avoid disappointment, this one’s going to be a favourite we’re sure! Tel 01242 895 165.

Brewhouse & Kitchen is also odds on to win, serving you a hearty full English or Irish breakfast from 8am. With lighter bites from just £4.50 you don’t need to break the bank before you’re at the racecourse.

If you fancy an outsider, why not add a little spice and opt for Chiquito – whilst you can go for a full English feast for £10.99 or lighter from £4.99, they also have more traditionally Mexican options too, to liven up your morning.

For those that seek quintessential quirkiness along with some top-notch food then The Cosy Club is your best bet. Offering a range of breakfast to suit all tastes and diets, this will be another popular venue and advance booking is always recommended. Tel 01242 644 088.

To regular racing visitors who come but once a year to Cheltenham – Son of Steak is the newest venue at The Brewery Quarter and serves quality steak, chicken and vegan food fast! Think Nando’s with cows instead of chickens. They’re offering race goes a hearty pre-festival steak sandwich with a pint for £13.

DURING THE DAY

If you fancy a day off to escape the races then The Brewery Quarter is a great place to head to catch a movie at Cineworld, enjoy a game of bowling at Hollywood Bowl, a round of indoor golf at Mr Mulligan's, meal or a coffee in one of over a dozen eateries.

If you didn’t manage to get your Festival ticket, you can watch the races live on the big screen in The Botanist or Brewhouse and Kitchen - from the comfort of the bar, drink in hand and out of the cold!

Throughout the week Mr Mulligans Cheltenham is offering race goers 10% off a round of golf when they show their race ticket.

POST RACE PARTY AT THE BREWERY QUARTER, CHELTENHAM

After the races The Brewery Quarter will be jumping with live music at each end of the centre. At St Margaret’s Road end, join Camilla Lewington - Artist and Soular on alternate evenings in a marquee close to Brewhouse & Kitchen and The Botanist, with seating and an outdoor bar to keep the party going.

On Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30pm – 9:30pm each night, join Camilla for some modern and classic dance party favourites, then on Wednesday and Friday enjoy some hip shaking with disco funk band Soular.

At the High St end and every night from 5:30pm – 7:30pm, Jack Flint Music will be playing outside Cosy Club and would love your support for some alfresco merriment!

The party continues with live music in both The Botanist and Brewhouse and Kitchen, plus cocktails and music in Cosy Club until late.


For everything you need to know about race week including what to wear for the races and the best Festival Preview Nights check out our helpful guide - The Festival and Cheltenham Gold Cup. 

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