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    • This is one of my favorite ball park's in all of baseball. The awesome thing about Busch Stadium is that the Ball Park Village is right across the street. You can drink and eat over there and get rowdy. Busch Stadium also has Big Mac Land, which is a historic part of the stadium in left field, dedicated to Mark McGwire. Basically every time he hit a home run and it landed in that area, everyone would get free Big Macs. Busch stadium is really beautiful and access is easy from major thoroughfares.
    • Reviewed: 691 Days ago
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    • I love Busch Stadium and the Cardinals but there's one thing they can improve on. First with the positives. The food options are tremendous, far superior on the first deck but that's pretty typical for most ball parks. The seats are big enough and provide plenty of leg room, unless you're taller than 6'5". Watching my 6'7" future brother-in-law try to sit anywhere but the aisle is comical. Restrooms are in abundance, the promos are usually funny, Fredbird makes his rounds...all wonderful things. The cheers of the crowd can give me goosebumps. Highlights from a World Series winner can make me cry. I absolutely love this stadium! My one concern is the lack of gluten free food options at the ballpark. There are some salads and cold sandwiches on the first deck, the turkey legs, pulled pork with no bun or sauce, popcorn, and peanuts. That's pretty much it. I've been to a lot of ballparks and most of them including Yankee Stadium, Fenway, and Wrigley all have gluten free hot dogs and brats. It's really not hard to have one kiosk dedicated to gluten free. Overall, Busch Stadium is a great experience! Karla St. Joseph, MO
    • Reviewed: 691 Days ago
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    • A baseball Cathedral. One of the special Baseball Towns in the U.S. along with Detroit. Baseball is still king here, and people are here to enjoy it. A wonderful loyalty to the home town team exists. It is kind of like going back to the 1950s when Baseball was IT in America sports wise. Great Downtown location. A must stop for a baseball fan or purist. Bobblehead B.
    • Reviewed: 138 Days ago
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