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Rubbing House
Epsom Downs

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The sound of horses as they thunder pass the winning post has to be one of the most exiting thrills in racing, and you can get closer to the sport at The Rubbing House. Recently refurbished the Pub is situated on Epsom Racecourse, a stones throw from the winning post,and is a perfect place for keeping an eye on the form while drinking and dining in style. Steeped in history, The Rubbing House is older than the 'great race' itself. Its glorious panoramic views of the racecourse are second to none and on race days you can assess the quality of the horses as they pass by just a few yards away, have a flutter at the on site Tote facility or the bookmaker, and watch the race action unfold from the very old and famous balcony. In between races why not try a dish or two from the comprehensive menu, created especially by the chefs to include modern and imaginative cuisine coupled with traditional favourites, complemented by fine wines and champagnes. The warm atmosphere created by our friendly team is an experience not to be missed. ................ Come relax and enjoy the ultimate experience.

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