With the beginning of the 2008-2009 NHL season, St. Louis Blues fans are discovering that the atmosphere at Scottrade Center is now better than ever. While changes and improvements on the ice will certainly make for an exciting season, it’s the changes off the ice that continue to enhance the St. Louis Blues fan experience – highlighted by the club’s introduction of the new Bud Light Zone, open to the public before, during, and after each Blues home game.
Formerly known as an exclusive area called The Club, the Bud Light Zone is located at the east end of the club level and will accommodate up to 500 fans, with doors opening two hours before each game to accommodate dinner seating at 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Through the game until one hour after the final buzzer, fans inside the Bud Light Zone can catch all of the action on the ice while also enjoying full beverage services and new menu items by Levy Restaurants, the team’s new restaurant partner for the 2008-2009 season.
“By opening the Bud Light Zone to all ticketholders, we’re able to accommodate all Blues fans who would like to enjoy the amenities of a full-service club, whether it be for dinner, drinks, or simply to socialize,” said Peter McLoughlin, CEO of St. Louis Blues Enterprises. “A public Bud Light Zone will contribute to a better hockey atmosphere for everyone, and our partnership with Levy Restaurants and Bud Light will ensure an environment, quality, and level of service that will be unsurpassed on the St. Louis sports scene.”
In addition, dinner reservations in the Bud Light Zone are available exclusively to premium ticket holders up to 48 hours prior to each game. To make your reservations, call 314-622-5444.