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Howl at the Moon rocks its dazzling way into Ball Park Village

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Howl at the Moon, a new dueling piano bar in St. Louis, welcomed VIP guests from the St. Louis Cardinals' office, as well as local media and others. During their official grand opening on Thursday, April 3, 2014, within the all-new sporty Ball Park Village. The guests feasted on delicious catered appetizers and free selected cocktails from the bar, from 6-8 p.m. And visiting operations controller, Christine Laatik was on hands to make sure everything was going smoothly as planned.

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It was a packed house at the start and near the end as threat of storms loomed in the air. The entertainment was provided by the dueling piano show, with noted melodies. The staff were friendly, making this show place Howl at the Moon indeed worth returning back for more patronage. Howl at the Moon also features a signature 86 oz bucket with the cocktail of your choice and a wide array of beer, wine and cocktails.

They are available for party bookings and special events contact them at email or call 314-736-4695. You will also find them on Facebook at:

They have locations all over the USA, including Kansas City, Chicago and Boston.

Now, back to the long awaited Ball Park Village, there is plenty to see and do. This venue is covering 6 blocks in downtown St. Louis, and is following in Kansas City Live footsteps, and is hoping to attract people to the south corridor of downtown. Other venues worth taking a look at: Budweiser Brew House Anheuser-Busch, will showcase the brewery's long-running connection with the Cardinals' franchise in a 20,000 square-foot facility. It will feature a beer garden with more than 100 different beers, German-inspired cuisine, nightly live music, and rooftop seating with views into the stadium.

FOX Sports Midwest Live!A year-round marketplace and event-hosting venue with a retractable canopy. It features a 40-foot LED display with immersive video and audio, which is targeted to be the centralized gathering place in Ballpark Village, and will connect the Brew House and Cardinal Nation buildings. PBR St. Louis, A cowboy bar featuring a southwestern-style menu, comprehensive beer and bourbon selection, dance floor, a mechanical bull, soft-seating lounge, several private balconies, and multiple bars. It will feature live country music performances in the style of Hot Country Nights throughout the year. For more BPV click here up above.

Howl at the Moon, 601 Clark Avenue St. Louis, MO 63012 located in Ball Park Village 314.736.4695



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