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Bissell Mansion Restaurant and
Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Presents|
Through April 2014
RThe year is 1899. Gold is discovered in the city of Tombstone, Arizona. Overnight, this savage no man's land mushrooms into a thriving metropolis where the latest Paris fashions can be bought from the back of wagons residents who stray too far outside the town limits can get scalped in style.
It's not long before thieves and cutthroats band together in Tombstone to form the "Cowpokes Gang." Brothers to the death, the only law and order they acknowledge is that of their matriarchal leader, Doc Holly Day. The Gunfights are a daily occurrence in Tombstone, and the murder rate rivals that of today's big cities.
The heroine of our play, cabaret star Lily Von Stoop, telegrams famous lawman, Wyatt Burp for help, but somebody bumps off Burp. Her last hope is Major John Payne, riding with the calvary into Tombstone on a "Flaming Saddle," as only a Major Payne can.
So come to the Bissell Mansion, y'all. Whether you're a member of the Cowpokes Gang, a singing Saloon Girl, faithful Indian companion, corrupt politician, or just another gold prospector, you'll find a wealth of laughs. As the leader of the Cowpokes Gang, Doc Holly Day says, "It's only funny 'til someone dies, then it's hysterical."
This participatory 4-act comedy murder mystery is set in the old west and presented with a 4-course meal to DIE for! Make your reservations now. Call the Bissell Mansion at 314-533-9830 or 1-800-690-9838. It would be a CRIME to miss out on this much FUN!
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The Budweiser Brew House restaurant at Ballpark Village is a three-level, 26,000-square-foot venue, including 11 bars, with one (shown above) reminiscent of the famed Budweiser Clydesdales stable.
Ballpark Village Debuts Unique Dining Experience Featuring American, Japanese and Mexican Cuisines
The first floor of the Cardinals Nation Restaurant and Bar features a contemporary design illuminated by a custom ceiling fixture comprised of two corresponding 54-foot long curved aluminum light bars with 108 15-watt LED light bars designed to mimic the seams of a baseball.
Within FOX Sports Midwest LIVE!, Village-goers will find Tengo Sed and Tengo Hambre, featuring south of the border flavor including in-house specialty sauces, Tex-Mex favorites and disarmingly good margaritas.
ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com), March 28, 2014 - Just in time for the start of the 2014 baseball season, the new Budweiser Brew House has opened its doors at Ballpark Village for an unparalleled beer and dining experience for baseball fans and visitors in St. Louis.
The destination includes an outdoor beer garden, an interior inspired by Anheuser-Busch and Budweiser's rich heritage and commitment to quality, and a rooftop deck that puts St. Louis Cardinals fans within reach of baseball heaven.
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. Guests can add a suggested beer to their entrée or select one of their favorites for a unique dining experience.
The Budweiser Brew House offers 239 beer taps, from Budweiser-proudly brewed in St. Louis since 1876-to new. A unique, self-serve 21-foot tap wall featuring a variety of brews allows guests to pour and explore new beers or old favorites. With the help of an in-house beer ambassador, adults 21 and older can purchase a Budweiser Brew House card in the dollar amount of their choice, swipe the card at the tap wall, and watch as their chosen tap dispenses a perfectly chilled beer.
In conjunction with the Ballpark Village Grand Opening, the official opening of the Budweiser Brew House will take place the evening of Saturday, March 29, and will culminate with an exclusive private concert by country music star Joe Nichols. On Monday, March 31, as the St. Louis Cardinals take on the Reds in Cincinnati, the Budweiser Brew House will have 52 high-definition televisions tuned to the game for an Opening Day Watch Party starting at 2 p.m.
Beginning today, fans 21 and older can win VIP access to the Joe Nichols concert on Saturday, March 29, as well as tickets to the St. Louis Cardinals home opener on Monday, April 7, via the Budweiser Facebook page. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/budweiser.
"The Budweiser Brew House at Ballpark Village is a symbol of Anheuser-Busch's commitment and continued investment in our community," said Julia Mize, Vice President, Experiential Marketing, Anheuser-Busch. "Whether the Cardinals are at home or away, fans can enjoy great food and some of the best beers in brand-new ways through one-of-a-kind offerings only the Budweiser Brew House can deliver."
Every Friday at 5 p.m., beginning April 4, the Budweiser Brew House will serve as the backdrop for Fridays on Clark, a kickoff to the weekend that will be open to the public and include beer samplings and a variety of activities throughout the year. The first Fridays on Clark event will feature an appearance by the full Budweiser Clydesdale hitch.
Cardinals Nation Restaurant and Bar is a casual, family oriented restaurant serving traditional American favorites with a contemporary infusion of regionally grown, fresh ingredients and flavor combinations, all enjoyed in the midst of the rich history and tradition of the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Cardinals Nation Restaurant and Bar sets a new standard for sport-inspired restaurants. Featuring a high-energy, memorabilia-infused space designed by the internationally acclaimed Jeffrey Beers International, this 500-seat restaurant on two floors has three separate patios, two kitchens, six full-service bars, and unparalleled sports-viewing courtesy of over 60 flat screen TVs.
Bringing an old school vibe to contemporary dining experience, the sports-inspired menu and atmosphere customized for baseball fans and foodies is a grand slam. From local favorites to innovative creations, whatever comes out of the kitchen is guaranteed to satisfy any major league appetite. It's everything you expect and more, with a couple of mouth-watering, jaw-dropping "curve balls."
Located outside the West entrance of Cardinals Nation, and in its exact historic home, is the Busch II infield - an outdoor park programmed with family-friendly events all year long. The turf-covered baseball diamond sits in the exact infield footprint left by Busch Stadium II (1966 - 2005). Featuring a 12 foot by 20 foot video display as part of the scoreboard, the infield provides fans a gathering place to watch the big game or enjoy an outdoor concert while eating Ted Drewes Frozen Custard at the Dugout Bar.
Within FOX Sports Midwest LIVE!, Village-goers will find Tengo Sed and Tengo Hambre. Tengo Sed is all Fiesta, No Siesta. This cool, eclectic and high energy hang-out within FOX Sports Midwest Live! features south of the border flavor including in-house specialty sauces, Tex-Mex favorites and disarmingly good margaritas. Tengo Sed provides a lively atmosphere with great views of the FOX Sports Midwest Live! concert stage. Tengo Hambre, a fast-serve counter brings unique style and approach to Tex-Mex dining in the FOX Sports Midwest Live!. Tengo Hambre serves its famous street tacos and margaritas.
Locally owned by Munsok So, Drunken Fish is widely recognized as the premier sushi restaurant in the Midwest region. Unlike anything you've ever experienced, the selection of sensational sushi and exquisite Japanese cuisine satisfies every appetite, while the extensive drink menu boasts an eclectic list of signature martinis and exotic drinks.
With vibrant modern décor, a private dining room and Ballpark Village's only glowing LED tables, Drunken Fish creates a plush and comfortable setting to grab dinner and drinks with your significant other or a group of friends. Large front doors create open air seating for the interior dining room while leading to a lavish outdoor patio and lounge. Drunken Fish has 32 signature cocktails and martinis, 14 flavorful signature rolls, 20 different kinds of fish and seafood, and over 10 items under $10 on the lunch menu.
This summer, Jamba Juice will bring great tasting
whole fruit smoothies, fresh squeezed juices and juice blends, hot
teas, and a variety of food items including hot oatmeal, breakfast
wraps, sandwiches, Artisan Flatbreads™, baked goods and snacks
to Ballpark Village.
The Fudgery, widely known for its handmade, traditional fudge and its unique brand of singing fudge-makers, will occupy approximately 1,500 square feet at Ballpark Village, adjacent to Jamba Juice.
Visitors to the Ballpark Village who would like to self-park may enter the parking lot off of 8th, Walnut or Broadway streets. Parking is free with validation at lunch on non-game days. Parking is $2 with validation for dinner on non-game days. Hourly parking is available and event rates will apply for all Busch Stadium events and Cardinals games.
See related story: Ballpark Village Officially Opens for Cardinals Fans
"Dining Out For Life®" Event Set for April 24
Ballpark Village, located in the heart of downtown St. Louis across from Busch Stadium, is anchored by Cardinals Nation, the Budweiser Brew House, FOX Sports Midwest Live!, PBR St. Louis - A Cowboy Bar, Howl at the Moon and Drunken Fish.
ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com), February 6, 2014 - Saint Louis Effort for AIDS once again invites St. Louisans to "Dine Out, Fight AIDS" on Thursday, April 24, 2014. The annual "Dining Out For Life®" fundraiser will take place at more than 150 St. Louis-area restaurants. The restaurants will donate some or all of their proceeds that day to Saint Louis Effort for AIDS.
Over the past 20 years, "Dining Out For Life" has raised $3.1 million for EFA, with all of those funds staying in St. Louis to help prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS through education, and provide support to people living with HIV/AIDS.
For information on participating restaurants, 314-645-6451.
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