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Great Blues game

5 stars
Rehabber Scottrade Center, St Louis

Our first row seats in section 328 were in the upper deck but what a great view. We had a Town Planner $10 discount so our ticket price was $28. We don't go often but the Blues won and we had a fun time. Only caveat is to decide beforehand where to park as traffic was congested especially exiting off of 64 at 14th street. Getting off at 11th street is wiser. We found $5 parking on a lot just east of Joe Buck's.

Blues Hockey

5 stars
hoosierinmissouri Scottrade Center, St Louis

Excellent game vs Toronto! We bleed BLUE! Blues play was outstanding. Made a great date night for me and my husband of 32 years. Already have tickets to another game in February when they play Pittsburgh. Go Blues!

Blues Game - Nice Win!

5 stars
AAAAARRRRR Scottrade Center, St Louis

Great game ... and venue!! Very nice facility with great hotels and restaurants nearby. Especially recommend visiting Shafly's Tap Room which is only a ten minute walk.

4 stars
Mel123456 Scottrade Center, St Louis

Good game, great seats. We were in the club section that came with all you could drink and eat. Our waitress, Denise, was fantastic. Only complaint was that when singing the National Anthem there was a question mark after Brave and they encouraged people to say home of the Blues. I know I am probably just stuffy and it is ment to encourage team and fan unity but I found it disrespectful to all of the brave men and women who have fought to keep our nation free.

Trip to St. Louis

5 stars
kj8789 Scottrade Center, St Louis

Went to St. Louis to watch the Blues play the Wings and Leafs. Wings game would have been better if the Blues won (lost with 2 seconds left in OT). Two nights later the Blues shutout the Leafs. Yay! Stayed at the Doubletree by Hilton at Union Station. Gorgeous hotel! You have to see the light show that occurs hourly on the ceiling of the Grand Lobby every night. Unreal! Hit 3 spots to eat in the 4 days we were there. Joe Bucks - great food, a tad pricey, but we were full when we left. Definitely would go back again. Maggie O'Brien's was right next to the hotel so we went twice. Smoked wings are to die for! Drink specials and really good food with big portions. Limited menu on Blues game day because the place gets PACKED 1-2 hours before the game. Watched the Packers choke at Ballpark Village. The place is huge with tons of seating in the main section, 5-6 more restaurants in the complex and live broadcasting by Fox Sports Midwest. You have to experience Ballpark Village when you're in St. Louis. There isn't a lot to do right downtown unless you plan on walking, so pack your runners, or rent a car. Also, you can't visit St. Louis without going up the Jefferson Memorial Arch. Fabulous views in all directions got us some really nice pictures. Lastly, EVERYONE in St. Louis that we saw or walked past or spoke to, was REALLY friendly. Can't wait to go back!