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Let Alexandra Park cook Christmas dinner on the 22nd

Thursday, 7 December 2017


Let Alexandra Park cook Christmas dinner on the 22nd


With the early onset of summer Alexandra Park says it has the perfect solution which will allow families to relax outside on Christmas day rather than slaving over a hot stove. That is - have someone else cook your family a sumptuous Christmas dinner on Friday, 22 December.

Alexandra Park’s popular Christmas At the Races evenings have been packed out since mid-November, with the remaining evenings nearly sold out but the 22nd is still offering the best availability, says Danielle Upton, Sales & Events Coordinator.

“For some work parties the 22nd might be a bit too close to Christmas, but for families wanting to de-stress their Christmas day coming to Alexandra Park just three days before for a big traditional dinner could be perfect! What’s more our packages are priced exceptionally well when you consider the cost of putting on all the trimmings at home, and the time!

“We’ve still got Holly packages priced at $80 per person in the Hobson Room which includes our premium Christmas buffet, a drink on arrival and great views of the track. Alternatively, people can opt for the Pohutukawa packages in Top of the Park at $148 per person which includes our premium buffet along with a premium drinks package and the best view at Alexandra Park.”

The premium Christmas buffet includes glazed champagne ham, chilled seafood including whole king prawns and half shell oysters, roast turkey, fresh Akaroa salmon, all the Christmas condiments, an array of vegetables and salads, and delicious desserts to choose from.

Ms Upton says there also remains some availability on Saturday, 16 December.

Alexandra Park’s Christmas buffet is renowned for its generousness and tastiness. Matched with some exciting harness racing under lights, it makes for a great night out. Then after the last race, everyone gets together at The Alex Bar & Eatery to enjoy some live entertainment.

Sales & Marketing Manager, Joel Reichardt, says dining packages for Auckland Cup Day on New Year’s Eve are now also available. On 31 December, there’ll be first-class racing, plenty of free family activities, and then after the races a fireworks’ display and performance by band Split Second.

For further information or bookings for Christmas At The Races or the 2017 Auckland Cup, please call (09) 631-1165, email dining@alexandrapark.co.nz or visitwww.alexandrapark.co.nz.

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