The 27-day Belmont fall meet, including 38 stakes worth $5.58 million in purse money, will kick off on Friday, September 18 and run through Sunday, November 1.
New York state currently requires all racetracks to operate without spectators in attendance to combat the spread of COVID-19. NYRA will issue updated guidance regarding COVID-19 health and safety protocols for jockeys, trainers and owners in the near future.
The Garden Terrace Dining Room is located on the fourth floor of the Clubhouse with an excellent view of the entire racetrack. Prices do not include tax or gratuity. We look forward to serving you at Belmont Park.
For more information please call NYRA Dining at 888-516-6972.
The Backyard Picnic area is a fan favorite because of its space and accommodations for children. Several concession stands offer burgers, hot dogs, French fries, ice cream and more. No barbecues are permitted.
No canopies/tents permitted anywhere.
Fans may bring coolers into the backyard of the grandstand at Belmont Park, and they are also permitted at our trackside Top of the Stretch Picnic area. Coolers will not be allowed in any other area at the track. Glass containers are not allowed anywhere in the park. As in the past, fans can bring in coolers containing cans or plastic bottles. All glass containers are prohibited.
All coolers will be subject to search by NYRA security.
No coolers of any kind will be permitted in the buildings, including all seating areas, or on the apron of the track.
Fans with coolers should enter the track at either the paddock or west end admission gates. Coolers will not be allowed through the clubhouse gate.
Pizza, bagels, frankfurters, hamburgers, sandwiches and more are available at concession stands throughout the facility.
Fans can purchase a variety of food and drinks at Sabretts, Crop & Saddle, Belmont Cafe, Woodford Saloon, Belmont Room and Clubhouse Cafe.
Merchandise is available in the first floor Clubhouse location on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
All concession stand and bar openings are subject to change.
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