Top Spots to Watch the Game in Ballpark Village

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Baseball season is here, which means Cardinals mania is in full effect. With the recent opening of Ballpark Village, fans are flocking Downtown to check out the new restaurants, bars, nightlife venues and great places to watch the game.

Check out our picks for the top spots in Ballpark Village to root for the home team.

Budweiser Brew House Rooftop

Budweiser Brew House Rooftop. Photo courtesy of Ballpark Village.

1) Budweiser Brew House: If you’re heading over to Ballpark Village, you won’t want to miss out on the Budweiser Brew House’s amazing selection of more than 200 beers on tap, live music and great eats. The Brew House spans nearly 26,000-square-feet on three different levels, and its spectacular rooftop deck and outside beer garden is a destination for fans and foodies alike. During game time, you can purchase tickets and sit right in the heart of the action with a great view into the stadium. Even if it’s not game day, the deck is perfect for socializing, grabbing a drink and taking in the atmosphere (free of charge).

2) Cardinals Nation AT&T Rooftop: Undoubtedly, Cardinals Nation is for true die-hard fans. Those who purchase tickets to the AT&T rooftop have access to an incredible view inside Busch Stadium. Tickets also include amenities like great food, beverages, complimentary tickets to the museum, access to other parts of Ballpark Village and more. But if you’re just looking to peruse the museum and restaurant, or would prefer to view the game on screen, fear not. There are plenty of them within the Cardinals Nation walls.

3) The Lounge at Fox Sports Midwest Live!: Sports fans of all types should definitely check out Fox Sports Midwest Live! With huge LED screens, 20,000 feet of entertainment space, a performance stage and a restaurant that seats 200 people, it’s already a must. If you’re here to watch the Cards, this place is even better. With an awesome VIP lounge area, baseball fans can actually watch the game in comfortable VIP style while still remaining close to the excitement. Don’t forget about the 100-foot-long retractable roof, which opens and closes depending on the weather.

4) Busch II InfieldStrategically placed across the area where the old Busch Stadium’s diamond and infield used to sit, the Busch II Infield area is a great open space within Ballpark Village where visitors can sit, purchase food and refreshments, celebrate Cardinals history and watch the game from the big screen. Soon, this area will also play host to different concerts, a movie series and family-friendly festivals.


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