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About FOX Sports Midwest Live!
**FOR RESERVATIONS OF 5 OR MORE PLEASE CONTACT OUR SALES TEAM (314) 278-5305**
This is the central gathering place and entertainment plaza of Ballpark Village with two levels and 20,000 square feet of entertainment market space. With a world-class audio and video presentation, including a 40 foot LED Screen and a performance stage, St. Louis sports fans will get one of the best sports-viewing experiences in the country. This will be the place to be year round with a 100 foot long retractable glass roof, one of the largest of its kind in the country, fans can enjoy the nice weather during warmer months. The venue will include, a stage for live concerts and performances, LED ribbon boards circling the entire space, a 200 seat restaurant and VIP lounge area.
St. Louis, MO 63102
American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, Dining Bar
Hours of Operation:
Sunday-Thursday 11am to 10pm
Friday and Saturday 11am to 11pm
Friday and Saturday 11am-3am*
*Subject to change
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(314) 241-5588 ext. 2
Self-Parking: Visitors who would like to self-park may enter the parking lot from of South 8th Street, Walnut Street or South Broadway.
3 Hours of FREE parking if you park before 9pm, 7 days a week! *Validation is required. After three hours regular transient parking rates apply. Parking validation ticket must be obtained before 9pm.
Valet Parking: A valet option is available for guests who enter from Clark Street. Available Thursday-Saturday after 6pm.
MetroLink is a convenient alternative to driving. Visitors may take a train to the Stadium Station located across the street from Ballpark Village.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
SPECIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR:
FOX Sports Midwest Live! 2500
The Lounge (VIP Exclusive) 150
FOX Sports Midwest Live! 20,995
The Lounge (VIP Exclusive) 1,371
40-foot LED HDTV
State-of-the-art Audio Visual Production
FOX Sports Midwest Live! Ratings and Reviews
This wasn't our first visit, but will surely be our last. I made reservations for my Boyfriends birthday party and was assured they would be playing the Blues game on the big screen, this was not the case. We were told that due to corporate, they had to play game 7 of the baseball game. Fine if we not had be lied to in the first place. We talked to a manager, dark hair, unknown name. He gave the birthday party a couple free shots and offered for our parking for free. We said we appreciate it and ignored the inconvenience to enjoy the rest of the night. Blues game came on for the start of the 2 period. Then we leave, and get to the parking attendant, who asked for payment. We tried to explain to her what we had been granted, 2 heavy set black women, who didn't wait a second before using profanitylaced language towards us. My boyfriend said excuse me to comprehend what was being said to us only for them to repeat. We spent over 200 dollars on food and drinks, only to be lied to about the venue, compensation then cursed at by unprofessional parking attendants who make less a week then what we spent. Getting people to venture downtown to actually visit your establishment should be challenging enough without making them hate the night with it. Comparing your week nights to weekends, I know the days that help you survive. Good luck. You have one decent employee that helps and greets us everytime, he is a great waiter and his name is George.
I have a great experience everytime I come. I come to watch the game, party, I bring dates, I bring my bros. This place has a little of everything which makes it fitting and worthy of all occasions. My only complaint is that my school friends and I like to sit around a booth with our laptops while eating and were not allowed to use the outlets. That's my only complaint but it's not a big deal, I always make sure my laptops charged before coming to accommodate that.
Fox Sports Midwest Live really delivers fastball-speed service any time you go. Sure, it might changeup a couple times during Cardinals or Blues games, (Both home and away games) but the quality of food is a Grand Slam, Hat Trick, Slam dunk, or however you want to put it. The birds on the bat really knew what they were doing when building Ballpark Village. Also, on a side note, FSMW's studio is BUILT INTO THE RESTURANT. that's really cool.
My husband and I watched the most recent UFC fight. We were seated immediately. Our server was great! He came to check on us every 10 minutes or so. We recommend Fox Live for people visiting St. Louis. Great place to watch sports. There was not a bad seat in the house.
Their was a hair in my good. Our waitress acted like she didn't care to help us. Everyone we needed something we had to ask her before she walked away from the table behind us. And we had to pay a non alcoholic tax because we don't drink. My husband is a recovering alcoholic who has been sober for 3 years. So overall it was a horrible experience.
Took the family for dinner here after the ball game. Appetizer showed up same time as our entree and both were cold. Those were easy to deal with, explaining the large amounts of heavily intoxicated people to my children was a bit harder. I understand it's a sports venue restaurant, I just didn't expect a bunch of hammered college kids passing out at the bar.
Watching the 500 on the large screen was great. Our waiter George was outstanding, he was constantly checking to see if we needed anything. Food was good . Have gone here several times & know we will be returning. I do however think if you're there spending money you should not have to pay anything to park.
We had a really fun night with a friend from out-of-town. We had an awesome seat in one of the booths upfront near the stage. Our waiter was exceptional! The food was scrumptious! The ambiance would have been better if the Cardinals were playing a rivalry team on the road since there was not a big, boisterous crowd there. The only draw back was when the game went into commercial, the audio tech was not synchronized with turning the music off and getting back to the game.
I was really looking forward to watching the Cards play on the big screen since they were playing out of town. Imagine my disappointment when the screen was switched to the Blues game in the bottom of the 2nd inning. While the food was good and the ambiance fun, watching the game on the small side screen was a great disappointment.
Great place to watch a game with a group. However, it can get expensive if there for a whole game. Put on reservation that we needed a booth as we had a handicap guest who couldn't do high top tables. Host sent us straight to a high top table. Told her I put in the request box our needs and she said they don't get those request! She was able to move us to a regular table no problem but why ask for request if you don't get them??? Parking can be a joke. Only one machine in the parking lot worked (none inside) so there was a line of people in the pouring rain to pay to get out. Even after spending $200+ inside we had to pay to park.
Our server, Sean Schaeferle, was awesome! He greeted us right away and was friendly the entire time, even when things were very busy for him. He made sure we had the drinks we wanted and the food we ordered. He was timely on everything and couldn't have been friendlier. Please give him our thanks!
-Table of 3 on 12/9 for the showing of Elf
I love the energetic ambiance. It is such a fun party atmosphere. But it is surely not about the food. Services was great, but the food was cold and horrible. Choices were not great at all. Absolutely nothing special about the food. Just tell yourself -- it's not about the food. Go for the fun, the game, and the drinks! Eat before you go.
I swear, I have NEVER found it so difficult to make a reservation somewhere. There was so much back and forth with them the entire week leading up to my reservation for this past weekend. It was for my friend's surprise engagement party so I wanted everything to go smoothly. When our party arrived, they said they wouldn't honor our reservation. This is after I received verbal confirmation more than once that our reservation was made the days leading up to it as well as TWO confirmation emails. My husband was told that "it shouldn't have auto confirmed the reservation" and that they were unexpectedly busy. Ummm, isn't that the point of a reservation?! They ended up getting us in about twenty minutes after our original reservation time. The service itself was pretty good but I will never plan on making a reservation here again. It would be a good place to just quickly stop in and grab a drink with a few people, but don't count on making a reservation.
Had reservations but when I arrived was told that the entire venue was rented out for an event. It would have been nice to get an email to let me know. I wouldn't have wasted a vacation day to come down here to go to another restaurant. It was nice that they offered a small gift card to offset the inconvenience. I may try again.
Not recommended for a family outing unless you don't want to be able to hear each other. Much better suited for going out with friends. The atmosphere was like being at a baseball game, people everywhere, loud, the crowd reacting to the ridiculously huge TV. Very cool place, would go again.
I reserved a table through Open Table. When we arrived the hostess did not have our reservation. I told her I went through the website and she rolled her eyes at this information. She began to seat us at the counter and I told her I requested a booth in the reservation. She informed me that booths were reserved on game nights for parties of 4 or more, a policy that WAS NOT stated in their website. I asked her to consult the manager who affirmed that they would not seat parties of less than 4 in booths (we had 3). Our reservation time was 6:45 and the Blues game began at 7. At 7:15 the same hostess seated two people at the booth right behind us. We finished eating and I approached the manager. I stated that we had a problem and he asked how he could fix it. I replied that it was too late to fix, as we had finished our meal sitting at the counter. I proceeded to tell him about our reservations and that a booth had indeed been sat for only 2 people, contrary to what we had been told. I reminded him that he was the one who confirmed to the hostess that she could not seat us in a booth. He told me that the "no less than 4 persons" policy was for PRE-game time and that once the game begins the booths open up to parties of any number. I told him his policy is flawed in that it is not stated on the website where patrons can make reservations nor is it posted at the restaurant. Had we known we could have a booth if we waited 15 minutes to be seated, we would have waited. At NO TIME did he offer anything more than a half-hearted apology. No discount, no certificate for next time we dined there, no birthday dessert (we were celebrating a birthday) - NOTHING. I have no complaints about the food, although it is only average. I figure people understand that a place like FOX Sports Midwest Live is not going to be known for having good food, it's known as a destination. That being said, the burgers and fries were warm, not hot; and my salad was warm and lacking in flavor.
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