Downtown St. Louis offers a variety of game day activities for Blues fans like yourself. We know that setting an agenda can be stressful, especially if you’re not familiar with the area. Don’t worry; we’ve created one for you!
The closer you get to the Enterprise Center, Busch Stadium, and Ballpark Village, the more expensive the parking. Parking downtown at Laclede’s Landing saves you money and provides you with various activities to participate in with your friends and family before the game.
St. Louis is known for many things. However, the Gateway Arch is one of the most recognized attractions in the area. The Gateway Arch is a symbol for the city’s role in the Westward Expansion of the United States in the nineteenth century.
The Gateway Arch stands 630 feet tall and is made of stainless steel. Tours to the top of the Arch are available and provide a beautiful view of the city and the Mississippi River.
Laclede’s Landing Wax Museum is a great attraction for friends and family of all ages. Located in the center of Laclede’s Landing, the museum features over 250 life-size figures of your favorite actors, musicians, and historical figures.
These figures come from all around the world—England, Germany, Hollywood, and Washington—and are featured in this historical St. Louis landmark. Stop by before the game to check out the wax figures and purchase souvenirs from the gift shop!
Laclede’s Landing offers a variety of food and beverage options, and many are recognized as some of the best foods in the city. We feature dining selections for everyone.
Big Daddy’s on the Landing
If you’re looking for a dining atmosphere that will pump you up for the big game, Big Daddy’s is your place to go! They offer a variety of Midwestern comfort food and beverages, including some of St. Louis’s favorite eats that pair well with Anheuser-Busch products.
Interested in diverse menu options? Make Kimchi Guys your go-to guys! Kimchi Guys is St. Louis’s home to Korean fried chicken. If you spend longer than expected walking around the arch grounds or the Wax Museum, Kimchi Guys offers a fast-casual environment; they give you high-quality, authentic Korean BBQ in only a short amount of time!
The Lou Eats & Drinks
With over 100 shots to sample, The Lou Eats & Drinks is a great place to kick off your evening in Downtown St. Louis! Although their drink specials are to die for, it’s also a family-friendly environment that offers fantastic customer service to locals and visitors. As you can guess by the name, they serve some of St. Louis’s finest dishes, including toasted ravioli and provolone cheese-based pizzas.
Más Tequila Cantina
Más Tequila Cantina serves authentic Mexican cuisine. They fuse the newest culinary trends with traditional Mexican dishes. The owners of Más Tequila have a passion for the different varieties of tequila, and their tequila-centric cocktails have won awards for being some of the best alcohol-based beverages in the area.
Morgan Street Brewery
Nothing says “explore St. Louis” like craft-made beer! Morgan Street Brewery is a brew-pub located on Laclede’s Landing that offers a diverse range of craft beers and bar food. In addition to serving some of the best beers in the area, Morgan Street Brewery provides walking tours of the facility to inform you how they make their brews.
Morton’s The Steakhouse
Dinner and a view of the Riverfront? Don’t mind if we do! Morton’s The Steakhouse is located in the Lumière Place Casino right off of Laclede’s Landing. They offer the best steaks and seafood in town, and it’s only a short distance from the Arch grounds.
The Old Spaghetti Factory
There’s a lot to admire about The Old Spaghetti Factory. In addition to authentic Italian cuisine, its historical architecture and design elevate your dining experience. It offers a dynamic atmosphere perfect for gathering with friends and family before a game at the Enterprise Center.
St. Louis provides one of the most efficient metro transits in the Midwest. Our transit system takes you anywhere you want to go in St. Louis; metrolink stations are located all around the city and can get you to and from places in a breeze.
After an exciting day of exploring Downtown St. Louis, it’s time to head toward the Enterprise Center for the big game! Save yourself the drive and the hassle of parking by jumping on the metro bus at Laclede’s Landing. This transit will drop you off at Union Station, which is right next to the Enterprise Center.
It’s the time you’ve been preparing for all day—the Blues game at Enterprise Center! We recommend arriving at the arena 30 minutes in advance so you can grab a beverage and find your seats without having to miss any part of the game. If the game doesn’t start till later, make a pit stop at Ballpark Village to engage with other Blues fans.
Once the game is over, feel free to hop back on the metro bus that will take you back to your car at Laclede’s Landing. We’re thrilled you came to visit us today, and we can’t wait to see you back for the next sporting event. Until then, LGB!