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About Bud Brew House
From wings and lobster tacos to St. Louis-style ribs, fresh salads and more, each Budweiser Brew House menu item was created by a chef with a specific beer pairing in mind. Add a suggested beer to your entrée or select one of your favorites for a unique dining experience.
St. Louis, MO 63102
Hours of Operation:
Open Daily: 11:00am-11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The rooftop deck includes an incredible view of St. Louis Cardinals games in a fun, outdoor atmosphere. The Budweiser Brew House also includes a stage so guests can sit back with some of the world’s finest beers while enjoying live music in an intimate and inviting atmosphere, as well as an upscale night club on the second lever. Game-day tickets for the rooftop deck are available through the St. Louis Cardinals.
Self-Parking: Visitors who would like to self-park may enter the parking lot from of S. 8th Street, Walnut Street or S. Broadway.
3 Hours of FREE parking if you park before 9pm, 7 days a week!
*Validation is required. After three hours transient parking rates apply. Parking validation must be obtained before 9pm. Not applicable during district events.*
Valet Parking: Valet is available for guests at the Clark Street entrance. Available Thursday-Saturday after 6pm.
Private Party Contact:
Hannah Friedenbach: (314) 278-5300
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Beer Garden, Cocktails, Dancing, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Bud Brew House Ratings and Reviews
I work at a local nonprofit organization that supports adults with disabilities. Brew House was a first rate experience!! The food was WONDERFUL, Jeremy, our server was AMAZING!! Very attentive-extra little details, like keeping our drinks full, being very patient as we ordered, bringing us sani-wipe and even warm towels to use to help clean hands and faces. He was truly amazing!! I will definitely visit the Brew House with my program participants again, and with family/friends in the near future.
THe restaurant was closed when we arrived for our reservation. Caused us to make a trip all the way downtown just for us not to be able to eat. How disappointing for you and the brew house. However very embarrassing for OpenTable. I'm upset now because I cannot rely on this service to provide accurate times for establishments to be open. It will require a call in addition to using the app. Come on guys, my expectation of you is higher. You e been doing this for years!!
From now on this will be the place I go when I visit ballpark Village. I go there nearly once a month, to see the UFC fights. Being able to see the screen, and not have to deal with all the noise, Was wonderful! It would be nice, if the fights were on in the restaurants as well.
We had a group of 6 people to celebrate my wife's birthday. We had numerous views of the TV screens to watch the Cardinal game, and the Olympics. Our servers were very professional and had a great sense of humor ! The food was very tasty and we waited a reasonable amount of time to get it. We had no complaints, other than the noise level was a little bit much. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone who wanted to have a good time with friends, while dining on very good food.
We had a great waitress, but both of my son's food was under cooked. One had a sirloin steak that was rare & one had the pork that was not cooked completely. Both had to be sent back which took awhile. The bread on the sliders I ordered , was not very fresh.
We were seated outside which was fine; but the high top chairs were horribly uncomfortable.
We've eaten there several times while in town, but this was not the best experience.
We went to Bud Brew House for my birthday. I wanted to be able to spend time with my family and still watch the Blues Playoff game. It was loud but since we weren't in the bar with the huge TV, you could still converse with each other.
The food was great and we took advantage of the 3 hours of free parking which I didn't know existed until I pulled up the website to see the menu before going. They should promote that more. It's a big deal.
The food was good and a great time was had by all.
Food was so so. Ribs were dry and sauce was brushed on sparingly. We did ask for additional sauce, which is very good, and received a small side. The entree salad was mostly limp, iceberg lettuce with three small cubes of turkey. Table service was slow and after waiting 15 minutes for a waiter to come by and at least take a drink order, we moved to the bar.
The worker behind the bar was great. While he cleaned glasses behind the bar, he made sure our orders were correct and he was a real bright spot in the is ok place.
We went to watch a Blues post season game. Ball Park Village was packed with fans wanting to cheer on the Blues! Luckily we were able to make a reservation and get seated with no problems when we arrived. The atmosphere was fantastic even though we weren't in the middle of BallPark Village with the big Tv. the BrewHouse had plenty of tvs for viewing and plenty of enthusiastic fans cheering along. The food was better than expected. Our waitress was great. She knew we came for the game and we made sure to order enough and tip her plenty for us staying for so long at the table that night. Never felt pushy or the need to leave. Our nephews loved being there and loved being around all the people cheering on the Blues (and the Cardinals) that night. They felt "cool" to be there!
We had friends and family in from Iowa, Philly and Florida and I was so excited for everyone to see the new Ball Park Village. Bud Brew House was so accomodating with our reservation and the staff was excellent. We all enjoyed our food, drink and the atmosphere. Can't wait to go back again.
The food was very food: the bar was lively. My only complaint is that there were a lot of customers standing around the bar, which made it difficult to get to the restrooms and even leave the restaurant. There were several large rooms, but apparently these were closed to private parties. The large rooms seemed sparsely occupied and it seemed like many of the attendees spilled into the main dining room. Why close off the party room, if the attendees are not going to use it. It is a very large facility, so I am not sure why everyone was required to be in a such a small area.
The Brew House is a fun dining experience. We sat in the front by the big screen TV in the lobby of Ballpark Village. It was way too loud if you wanted to carry on a conversation with anyone at your table outside the person sitting next to you. Food was good, server was okay, but it took too long for our food to come out of the kitchen. Based on their menu and type of food, I think the main course should have come to the table more quickly.
We had a business lunch at the Brewhouse. Our waiter was awesome, with timely service and good information on the menu and offerings. However the food took a extremely long time to be served - the kitchen is very slow. I have been the Brewhouse prior to a Cardinals game and had a similar experience, and wrote it off to being slammed for the game. But our lunch was on Thursday in December and the place was less than half full, and we got there around 11:45.
My ribs were tough and chewy, but those who ordered pasta raved about the food as being worth waiting for .
This is a very unique venue in ballpark village. We were there on a quiet Monday night before a Blues game with a group of 10. The service was excellent especially considering the size of our group. The food was just OK. Several in our group commented favorably on the burgers and fish fry but the party melt was short on meat. The chairs are actually stools and not that comfortable.
The food here was lackluster at best. The waitress disappeared for long periods of time, and forgot our french fries, which we should have forgotten. The ambiance is good for hanging out with friends, having a few drinks and perhaps nachos. I had pasta with chicken, which was pretty awful, and my husband had a BBQ sandwich, which he said was just ok. I would only recommend this for drinks and watching the game on TV.
The ambiance and energy of this place is great. The beer is good and fresh. The service was really slow, and it wasn't even a busy night. The food was barley edible. I got the chicken bacon ranch sandwich... so did my wife. Neither of us could eat the chicken, it wasn't even chewable.
Great atmosphere next to Busch Stadium, but left a lot to be desired. The hand cut fries with bernaise sauce for an appetizer we ordered came out lukewarm like it was waiting to be taken to our table for awhile. Service was intermittent, but the place was huge and it seemed like our server was the only person waiting on two rooms of the restaurant (even though it wasn't very crowded). Food was comparable to Chili's/Ruby Tuesdays/etc., but double the price. I would come back for drinks, but that's about it.
This is a safe, easy way to be close to the Cardinals Baseball game and not have to actually buy a ticket. The food was very good and the big screen to watch the game is totally great. The parking is so easy and free. We were there when the Cardinals were out of town. You get 3 hours free parking when you validate you parking ticket at any restaurant. We would definitely go there again.
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