Our focus is, as always, on the health and safety of our guests and team members.
Most restaurants, bars and entertainment venues throughout Ballpark Village are now closed in response to the direction of local government.
Drunken Fish will remain open for carry-out and delivery services only.
OneLife Fitness is closed until further notice.
We will continue to monitor the situation and comply with government and regulatory agencies. We hope everyone stays safe and healthy and continues to follow guidance from government agencies and experts. We value your patronage and look forward to welcoming you back as soon as we are advised that it is safe to do so.
If Ballpark Village, St. Louis were any closer to the stadiums, it would be on the field. We are directly across the street from Busch Stadium on Clark Avenue.
Ballpark Village and its tenants reserve the right to charge a cover on certain nights or during certain events. Please see individual events for information on cover charges.
Ballpark Village’s tenants are always looking for candidates in the food and beverage, sales and marketing, management fields and more! If this is something you are interested in, please click here to search for available jobs and apply online!
Yes. Please know that Ballpark Village has a code of conduct. After 10pm or during designated special events, patrons must be 21 years of age or older and possess a valid id; no loitering; no weapons; no panhandling; no solicitation; no disorderly conduct including profanity or profanity on clothing; shoes and shirts must be worn at all times;
Ballpark Village reserves the right to inspect all items entering Ballpark Village. Guests may bring in items such as: bags (excluding backpacks), purses not exceeding 16" x 16" x 8".
Prohibited items include but are not limited to the following items:
Alcoholic beverages and non-alcoholic beer
Animals with the exception of trained service animals for guests with disabilities
Backpacks exceptions for diaper bags and other bags used for medical reasons may be granted
Bags larger than 16" x 16" x 8"
Balloons, beach balls, and other inflatables
Chairs and stools, including bleacher seats with backs
Commercial camera equipment (lenses longer than length of the camera body), including video cameras, tripods, and monopods
Containers - aerosol cans (i.e. - hairspray, sunscreen), aluminum or glass cans and bottles, flasks, non-factory sealed plastic bottles (permitted if empty and smaller than 2 liters), thermoses
Coolers - hard or soft sided and Styrofoam coolers
Face paint, masks, and any other costume that covers the head/face
Flag poles, PVC pipe, and other poles
Hover boards, skate boards, roller skates, and roller blades
Noisemakers of any kind, including but not limited to air horns, cowbells, and thunder sticks
Obscene, offensive, or indecent clothing
Stun guns, Tasers
Weapons of any kind
For any questions, please ask to speak to a manager.
If you lost or left anything at Ballpark Village you can call our lost and found line to see if anything has been turned in. The phone number is: 314-241-5571.
The individual bars and nightclubs at Ballpark Village, St. Louis are available to help you plan your Bachelor or Bachelorette party. Please visit our Plan an Event page for more information.
If you are looking to book a private party at one of the venues in Ballpark Village, St. Louis please visit our Plan an Event page for additional information.
No, we do not allow outside banners or signs in Ballpark Village or any of the venues within Ballpark Village.
Click here to view our contest rules.
Yes, we are an ADA handicap accessible building.
Please direct all media inquiries to our media contacts below.
Chief Revenue Officer
Director of Communication
The Cordish Companies