A Game-Day Guide for Busch Stadium
A safe, convenient, and fun ride: Those looking to avoid driving to the game can ride the Metro Link’s red and blue lines to Stadium Station, situated just outside of Busch Stadium. In addition to safety and ease, the train provides what fans cite as a festive ball-game atmosphere full of excited Cardinals faithful.
** No gluten or junk food? No problem:** Busch’s Farmers Market, located on the main level in section 136, offers gluten-free food and healthy alternatives to ballgame fare. Fans are also allowed to bring their own food and drinks into the stadium as long as they abide by select rules. Click [here(http://gr.pn/1w8UCbI) to read about Busch’s BYOF policies.
Where the faithful flock before the game: Just beyond the left-field wall outside of the stadium lies Ballpark Village, a pre- and post-game mecca with food, music, and Cards memorabilia. Inside, you’ll find numerous Cardinals-themed restaurants and bars, live music stages, and one of the largest indoor TV screen in the Midwest. Outside, Busch Infield 2 offers pre-game ceremonies on a diamond-shaped festival space situated on the exact location of the Cards’ prior infield.
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