Steps from Busch Stadium, this dining and entertainment venue is ground zero during Cardinals games. Although it’s busiest during baseball season, Ballpark Village offers a wide variety of entertainment options year-round, including restaurants, bars, and the Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum. In summer this venue provides an oasis for sports fans looking to cheer on their favorite team and avoid the sticky summer humidity.
Loud and eccentric on game days, it’s a buzzy mix of beer, sports, and even a mechanical bull. You’ll also find a mixed crowd - serious baseball fans, twenty-something dudes having too good of a time and probably some hoosiers, (not the Indiana kind).
One of the best places for Cardinal fans to hang out pre-game and postgame, and the best place to watch the game if you don’t have tickets.
If you’re here for baseball, grab a beer with thousands of fans and cheer or jeer on the home team on the 40-foot LED TV in the main marketplace. During the off-season this is still one of the best places in town for watching sports, from World Cup soccer to college football. Those who are less athletically inclined can still have a great time getting rowdy in one of the bars (riding that mechanical bull) or enjoying live music.
Parking can be tough. Your best bet is to ride the MetroLink or pay to park at one of the many surrounding lots or garages, for $7-20 depending on how close they are to the stadium.ExploreSportyPartyFood & DrinkMusicCasualLandmarkStadiumCan't MissBarGood for GroupsOpen LateTVsLive MusicBaseballDancingBeer