How would you rate the cost of food and beverages at the ballpark?
What is the must-have food item offered at the ballpark and what makes it so good?
"Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich behind the left-field bleachers. It's just gooey goodness. Except no green peppers!"
"St. Louis fans are very traditional when it comes to baseball and their baseball food. What is the must-have at Busch? I'd have to say let's keep it simple: cold Budweiser and jumbo hot dog."
"It used to be the nachos supreme, but last year they cut the container size in half and it no longer became a great deal. It still tasted good, but now you get the same ripped-off feeling you get with most other ballpark foods."
"Toasted Ravioli, a combination of fried and pasta is excellent."
"Love the Ben & Jerry's stands all over the place, but that's not specific to St Louis. It's the vibe and family atmosphere of the park that is the best. Toasted Raviolis are really a St. Louis item, but not really a hot summer night item if you know what I mean. Of course the Bud, Bud Light and Bud Select is always cold and fresh, and that's the most important."
How would you rate the quality of the promotions/giveaways offered by the home team?
What is the best promotion/giveaway your team has offered? What is the worst? What is a promotion you'd like to see?
"The enlistment of recruits to the U.S. Navy is the best promotion that I've seen."
"Jim Edmonds replica of his catch in Game 7 of the NLCS in 2004 vs. Houston."
"Best: Replicas of all three Busch Stadiums."
"The Cardinals rarely offer promotions to anyone above 15 years old."
"Seat cushion night in Busch II was the best. The worst was mini-bat night at Busch II. The promotion I'd like to see: No season ticket holders allowed night. Busch III is great, but it really needs more seats."