At Sydney’s premier food and fashion destination, some of Westfield’s finest food retailers are throwing fabulous cup day lunches that are not to be missed…

Spiedo will provide a stunning backdrop to celebrate the race that stops the nation. Enjoy a glass of Borge Prosecco on arrival, followed by a three course lunch, and sample the grappa trolley while soaking in the Cup Day action on large screens. Tickets are $75 per person, to book phone 02 8072 9999

Quarter Twenty One will host a four course lunch with a glass of Ruinart on arrival. Tickets include a fashion parade by Ginger and Smart, plasma screens to watch the big race, and a sweepstake with the winner taking home two nights at the Qualia Resort at Hamilton Island. Cost per head $145, for bookings phone 02 8064 7900 or email

Xanthi will get into the racing fever with sweepstakes, big screens and will be rolling out their now infamous ouzo trolley, and offering a selection of six special cocktails – Greek style of course. OPA! To book call 02 9232 8535 or email

The Victoria Room Tea Salon have partnered with CHIC in the City to host an exclusive pre-race fashion event, Hats and High Tea. Let CHIC’s professional stylists guide you through the season’s hottest trends and what trackside look best suits your unique style and shape, as you enjoy freshly-cut sandwiches and assorted sweeties. Tickets are $125pp, Sunday October 23 from 2pm to 4pm. For bookings phone 0416 644 337 or email

Cara & Co Restaurant & Concept Store will host a Flemish-style three course lunch by Belgium chef Dave Belder, and have the obligatory large screens so you can catch all the action of the big race. For bookings phone 02 9226 9988.

Ragu Pasta and Wine Bar will celebrate Cup Day by offering customers a complimentary glass of Prosecco sparkling wine with every main ordered. Visit them at Level Five, Westfield Sydney.

Join the retailers and Westfield Sydney as they bring the winner home!

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