Get in the Game with the St. Louis Cardinals!
It’s time for re-imagined red.
Next to BBQ pits and smokers, on rooftop pools and backyard decks, in restaurants, bars and hotels, St. Louisans and their pop-up cardboard likenesses are now within striking distance of the start of another smashing St. Louis Cardinals baseball season.
For those hometown fans outside the 32 percent capacity allowed inside Busch Stadium on game day to start the season, make your own “home”-town arenas and stadiums more social — belly up to a bar, hotel it, cable-up, cardboard-up, live stream, engage with team hashtags, chat, Zoom, hook up your TV outside — the options are endless.
Road trip “stay-cation”? Make a night or weekend of it. Pack your red swag and logo-ed masks, load up the car, road trip downtown, and check into your favorite hotel, many of which offer special fan appreciation deals for Cards fans; stunning skyline, Arch and stadium views; themed team decor and, yes, sports bars. (And, remotes for an ordering-in stay-cation.) Unpack, chill and begin your baseball sports odyssey.
Swing for the fences — Whether from inside the stadium, at the hotel or in your backyard, there’s plenty of edible, drinkable and playable sports action in town. Put “Take me out to the ballgame” on Air pod-replay, throw on your Redbird’s team jersey (or red robe) and tune into the game. Watch the festivities and stay connected to the fun on the 40-foot screen at Ballpark Village, located just 25 feet from the stadium; the spacious patio at Paddy O’s; the rooftop of 360 at the Ballpark Hilton; or, from your luxurious hotel bed.
Host a socially-distanced party at Cardinals Nation Rooftop that features truly unique seating with an unparalleled view of the action.
The majority of bars and restaurants in and around downtown offer special pre- and post-game drink and food specials, as well as options for hosting watch parties. Find your favorite Barcalounger game-watching spot in every St. Louis neighborhood, from Downtown and Laclede’s Landing to Soulard, the Clayton and The Grove, to name a few.
It’s game-day! We’re ready to play some ball.