Apparently, there does not. I like the Kentucky Ale, so would say the beer is good, but the food not so much. I do best on Sunday when I hang out in the KHP tent. Patron's tent food might also be good. But in general, junky, expensive and does not improve the experience. Champagne at Dubarrys, IBack Fudge, Kentucky Ale, Dark Horse Chocolates at the vendors are all good bets, there are some pretty good french fries if you are into that, but the pickings are pretty slim on the food front.
I think I had some Caribbean jerk chicken last year that was quite good, over rice that was OK. There are veggie wraps that were also really tasty and huge -- very filling, fresh, and they also had barbecue somewhere, maybe it wasn't until the weekend, that not only smelled delicious but they gave you a huge amount that spilled over the sides of the plate.
In the morning tho we have always eaten out or at the motel before getting there.
I dunno. I can find something to eat no matter what so don't go by my taste buds. (I'm the person who can eat old dry saltine crackers stolen from Wawa and hidden in the back seat of the car for several months.)
We had lunch today in the dressage stadium it was decent but expensive. They never checked our backpacks. The shopping was ok I guess it depends on what your interested in. Im always looking for something different I cant find in the local tack store. I was hoping to try on some show coats for dressage but didnt find much. My neice bought a saddle pad for $15 and a helmet cover for $5 we also had her head measured by charles owen and found a great fit which we are going back to get tomorrow
My 10 year old son and 14 year old neice got rolex hats and are getting the signed by riders we see. The best place to rub elbows is by the warm up. The morning I was Bruce Davidson and Andrew Hoy. David O Conner walked up right after. We met Karen, Becky, Phillip, Boyd and Doug. Doug and Biyd were so nice and asked the kids questions