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Ballpark Village

One of the most popular entertainment spots in the Midwest, Ballpark Village offers up live music, nightlife, and a variety of food options that include Drunken Fish, Cardinals’ Nation – a Cards-themed restaurant, as well as the three-story Budweiser Brewhouse that features a beer garden with displays paying homage to St. Louis’ brewing history. And baseball fans will be in heaven taking in the views of Busch Stadium, wandering through the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum and catching the game on the BIG screen at Fox Sports Midwest Live.

Ballpark Village is not just for baseball fans. This entertainment destination is one of the hottest concert venues in the Midwest offering indoor and outdoor shows featuring some of the nation’s biggest recording artists.


Jazz at the Bistro

Arguably one of the most popular spots for jazz connoisseurs in the entire Midwest, the Bistro spotlights the living legends and rising stars of jazz in an intimate, comfortable listening room. Reserve a table for dinner and drinks, then soak up the sounds of a once-in-a-lifetime show. And don’t be surprised if you bump into Jarreau or Marsalis at the bar.

An entertaining spot for large gatherings, Jazz at the Bistro is happy to accommodate your party for a family reunion weekend or African American-specific convention.


BB’s Jazz, Blues & Soup

Named the city’s “best blues club,” BB’s is where the musicians go to unwind and listen to their fellow artists blow. Like every great 45” single, BB’s excellent B-side is the homemade goodness of delicious soups, on which they stake their reputation—any wiped off on a napkin is just wasted food. Dishes like the Louisiana File’ Gumbo proves BB’s cuisine is as satisfying as the music.

With nine straight wins for "Best Blues Band," the Soulard Blues Band has a riff all its own. Practice your slang for the accompanying scatters!