Ballpark Village

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On Friday, I had the opportunity to check out the new Ballpark Village in St. Louis. Kevin, his family, Adam, and I  went down for lunch and got there right as the doors were opening. We were one of the first groups to eat at the Budweiser Brew House; they didn’t even have menus for the first 15 minutes that we were there – we had to look it up on our phones! I ended up getting the Bacon and Bleu hamburger and I have to say, it was amazing, but everyone enjoyed their food. After, we walked around and checked out the other bars, restaurants, Fox Sports Midwest Studio, and where the museum will be. It was pretty awesome but it will be even better when the Cardinal’s season gets rolling!

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