Ted Drewes & Drunken Fish announce locations inside Ballpark Village

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Several St. Louis businesses are setting up shop in Ballpark Village. Ted Drewes Frozen Custard, Drunken Fish and Howl at the Moon will all be a part of the first phase of the new entertainment center when it opens next spring.

The addition of these businesses will create about 100 new jobs according to a release from the St. Louis Cardinals.

The details of Ted Drewes Frozen Custard’s location in Ballpark Village are not yet finalized. But, the frozen custard shop will have a branded kiosk the at same location as the former Busch Stadium infield. They will also occupy a location inside of the marketplace.

The Drunken Fish will occupy a 5,250 square foot space at Ballpark Village. Howl at the Moon will occupy a 5,000 square foot space on the second floor.

The St. Louis businesses announced on Thursday will join other tenants in the development. Budweiser, Cardinals Nation, and a cowboy bar called PBR St. Louis will also open in the first phase.

There will be more announcement of new tenants in the next few weeks according to a release from The Cordish Companies. They also say that additional tenant opportunities are available.


  • ByeByeToTheRite

    I’m a life-long fan of Ted Drewe’s, so it’s sad to see him sell out. But it must be lucrative: So far, our $100 MILLION plus welfare handout to the Cordish Companies has created a restaurant, ice cream shop, and cowboy bar. Worth every taxpayer penny!

  • Jason Charney

    Sell out, BBTTR? A couple of years ago, I found out that all those trips to my grandmothers house her house was two blocks away from Ted Drews in Dutchtown, and NOT ONCE did she ever take my or anyone else in my family out for Ted Drewes. I will never live it down!

    On the other hand, having a Ted Drewes near the ball park is perfect considering I never have any time to visit Ted Drewes during any of my treks into town these days, but I do find myself wandering about the baseball stadium a few times a year. The only thing that would make this perfect is if we got a Gus’ Pretzels there too…or maybe talk the Fudge Company folks out of Union Station to Ballpark Village. Union Station is a just about as dead as a dead mall can be.

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