Ballpark Village is the premiere dining and entertainment district in the region. Located at the crossroads of the Midwest in the heart of St. Louis' central business district next to Busch Stadium, Ballpark Village is first ever sports anchored, multi-phased mixed use development. In future phases Ballpark Village will offer luxury residential units and over 750,000 square feet of office space.
Self-Parking and Valet is available 7 days a week.
-Self-Parking at Ballpark Village: Visitors to the Ballpark Village who would like to self-park may enter the parking lot from of South 8th Street, Walnut Street or South Broadway.
-Valet Parking at Ballpark Village: A valet option is available for guests who enter from Clark Street. Valet Parking is available Thursday-Saturday after 6pm and on game days.
Non-Game Day Parking
-Self-parking at Ballpark Village is FREE with validation at lunch on non-game days.
-Self-parking at Ballpark Village is $2 with validation for dinner on non-game days.
Game Day Parking
-Hourly parking is available on game days. Event parking rates will apply during all Busch Stadium events and Cardinals games.
-Valet Parking is available on game days.
MetroLink is a convenient alternative to driving. Visitors may take a train to the Stadium Station located across the street from Ballpark Village.
CAREERS at BPVSTL
Ballpark Village will be the center for St. Louis entertainment and is expected to host more than 4.5 million visitors annually. If you are interested in working in a fun and fast paced environment then working for one of Ballpark Village’s tenants is where you need to be! Ballpark Village’s tenants are always looking for candidates in the food and beverage, sales and marketing, management fields and more! Please visit http://stlballparkvillage.com/careers for more information.
Ballpark Village Main Line: 314-345-9481
Lost and Found: 314-241-5571
Budweiser Brew House: 314-241-5575
Cardinals Nation: 314-345-9880
Cardinals Hall of Fame & Museum: 314-345-9880
Drunken Fish: 314-899-0500
FOX Sports Midwest Live!: 314-241-5588
Howl at the Moon: 314-736-4695
PBR St. Louis: 314-241-5570
Saint Louis Ballpark Village is a dining and entertainment district adjacent to Busch Stadium where the St. Louis Cardinals play in downtown St. Louis, Missouri, occupying the site of the previous Busch Stadium. Situated on the 200 and 300 blocks of Clark Street across from Busch Stadium, the $100 million first phase of Ballpark Village consists of 150000sqft of retail shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and 720 parking spaces. As BPV's name and locale suggest, it is designed to be an extension of Busch Stadium and an innovative approach to creating a neighborhood – hearkening to Chicago's own Wrigleyville district next to Wrigley Field – and vitalize downtown St. Louis' economic potential. The project offers over 200+ events annually instead of only the 81 days of Cardinals home games, make the region more of a focal point in the Midwest, and enhance the ballpark goers' experience.The first main phase of construction was completed in time for Opening Day of the 2014 Major League Baseball season. The Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum and Cardinals Nation Restaurant, Fox Sports Midwest Live! Restaurant, the Budweiser Brew House, and PBR St. Louis all comprised the first phase. The primary developer is the Cordish Company of Baltimore, Maryland.
Open For Lunch and Dinner!
This is the central gathering place and entertainment plaza of Ballpark Village with two levels and 20,000 square feet of entertainment market space. With a world-class audio and video presentation, including a 40 foot LED Screen and a performance stage, St. Louis sports fans will get one of the best sports-viewing experiences in the country. This will be the place to be year round with a 100 foot long retractable glass roof, one of the largest of its kind in the country, fans can enjoy the nice weather during warmer months. The venue will include, a stage for live concerts and performances, LED ribbon boards circling the entire space, a 200 seat restaurant and VIP lounge area.
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Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Red Kitchen & Bar offers our guests variety. The new Healthy Balance Menu features perfectly portioned entrees and a create your own main dish. In a hurry? Try the Express Lunch featuring Pick 2 from soup-salad-half sandwich for $9.95 with drink included.
Breakfast ala carte menu is available daily starting at 6am-11am. The breakfast buffet is available daily from 7am-11am. Kids 8 and younger eat the breakfast buffet for FREE with an adult purchase! Lunch and dinner hours may vary. Call 314.259.3244 to make reservations.
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The East-West Gateway Council of Governments (EWG) provides a forum for local governments of the bi-state St. Louis area to work together to solve problems that cross jurisdictional boundaries. The EWG region consists of the 4,500 square miles encompassed by the city of St. Louis and its surrounding seven counties: Franklin, Jefferson, St. Charles, and St. Louis counties in Missouri; and Madison, Monroe, and St. Clair counties in Illinois.
East-West Gateway is the federally designated metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for the St. Louis region, which means that the federal government and the states have given legal authority and responsibility to EWG for developing and adopting plans for the region’s surface transportation system. Most major road and transportation projects get a majority of their funding from the federal government and therefore must go through the EWG planning and approval process.
East-West Gateway’s designation as a regional council of governments (COG) means that the agency has the civic responsibility for cooperative planning and problem-solving among any of its member local governments who want to work together for the common good. Although much of this cooperative planning takes place among the eight major jurisdictions of the region, it is not uncommon to find several small cities and towns clustered around a community betterment initiative started or overseen by East-West Gateway. These initiatives address issues as diverse as tax policy, environmental quality, public safety, workforce development, access to jobs, economic development, community planning, and others that might be of interest to members of the EWG Board of Directors.