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.