The Hall of Fame Room is a restaurant inside Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Hall of Fame Room

We had a blast watching Justify win the 2nd leg of the Triple Crown at Pimlico, but we can’t give this track 5-Stars. We grew up in Kentucky going to Churchill Downs (Louisville) & Keenland (Lexington). The quality of the seats, facilities, and overall experience just isn’t as nice as other tracks. It just feels old and run down. The Preakness is exciting and we gave 3-Stars for the historical factor, but renovation is definitely needed!
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Hall of Fame Room

Was at the Black Eyed Susan races in a suite with friends. Very nice affair with great food and drinks. Bet on most of the races and won on most so it was a great day!
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Hall of Fame Room

We attended the Preakness Stakes Race here, and it was a dismal location for such an important event. There was only one entrance for the most second-most expensive ticket, the Vine and Mug, and the line for security forced waits more than 1 hour long, then when we reached security, it was a cursory wave. The security was a joke! When we finally got in, they were out of wine, which was guaranteed with our ticket. I did not place one single bet while at this event because the mud was horrendous and dangerous. I couldn't reach a betting window. A member of our party fell the first two minutes at the event, and another slipped and fell the last two minutes. Access to and from this facility is the worse I've ever seen, and I've been to hundreds of sporting and recreational events. We will not return to Pimlico for any future races.
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Hall of Fame Room

I love horse racing but this place is always crowded it always has a mixture of clientele from all walks of life and that is just putting it mildly. I usually like a mixed crowd but there are more people that are influenced buy some sort of substance or another then I would like to surround myself with. The horses are beautiful
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Hall of Fame Room

You can feel the history here. It's not a modern fancy race track. It's a living , breathing piece of Baltimore and American history. The horses have a good track to run on and staff is friendly. Concessions won't cost you a long shot trifecta.
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Hall of Fame Room

Had a scheduled, reserved party for 10. When we arrived the race track was expecting us to have a party of 125. Yes, really. I was told when I arrived I was to locate Guest Services. Employees tried telling me where it was but I never found it. All the glasses on each table were dirty. Took 2 hrs to get a drink while sitting at our table. Took another hr to get a straw. Food was also late. Package I paid for included a 20 min tour (which was actually 5 mins) & a picture if our party w/ winning jockey. Sure, they take a picture but they send it to your phone or email. A print out woukd have been better & more professional. All in all very disappointing!
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Hall of Fame Room

Was there for sunrise on hilltop, tour of the facility, with there kids. They had stopped tours by 9am (we thought 10), we were there at 9:01. Fortunately we were able to see some of the tour and horses, which kids loved. The tour is great, our third year.
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Hall of Fame Room

I here with my job, and this city is alright. I'm learning it, never really came here and stayed so long. I'm a Stage handler, this my story...
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Hall of Fame Room

Its ok. The surroundings aren't that great. But, the track itself is ok.
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Hall of Fame Room

Nice place to go to meet n greet nice people love horses this is yr place to go especially to get u prepared for PREAKNESS.
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