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Drunken Fish - Ballpark Village

Drunken Fish - Ballpark Village, 601 Clark Street, Suite 104, St. Louis

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About Drunken Fish - Ballpark Village
Drunken Fish - Ballpark Village
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Average Price: $30 and under
Cuisine: Sushi
Dress Code: Business Casual
v 0.5 miles from Saint Louis center (as shown on map)
Drunken Fish in Ballpark Village is the perfect place to enjoy a paramount dining experience. Unlike anything you've ever experienced, the selection of sensational sushi and exquisite Japanese cuisine will satisfy every appetite, while our extensive drink menu boasts an eclectic list of signature martinis and exotic drinks. With vibrant modern décor, ample booth seating, a private dining room, and Ballpark Village’s only glowing LED tables, Drunken Fish creates a plush and comfortable setting to grab dinner and drinks with your significant other or a group of friends. Large front doors create open air seating for the interior dining room while leading to our lavish outdoor patio and lounge. With displays of endless large screen TVs and live entertainment on game days and weekends, Drunken Fish is the perfect place to see and be seen.

Achievements:
Best Sushi on Alive Magazine’s Hot List People’s Choice (2013, 2010)
Drunken Fish - Ballpark Village 601 Clark Street, Suite 104, St. Louis

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Drunken Fish - Ballpark Village is #251 of 2941 things to do in Saint Louis

2 of 5 stars2 out of 5
By: TravelingGirl239, Naples, Florida
Thu 7 Sep, 2017
l Late lunch. Almost empty restaurant. Manager continually shouting for Brittany. Sushi sat on counter for 20 minutes. Waitress confirmed what I had ordered 10 minutes after getting my sushi. Lunch...

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2 of 5 stars2 out of 5
By: Bob M
Thu 7 Sep, 2017
l This nice looking restaurant have a however the food is substandard. Sushi is need by 9 Japanese. The see smell and I had to exchange couple times. I didn't get sick but I was quite concerned about...

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4 of 5 stars4 out of 5
By: Shogu, Bogis-Bossey, Geneve, Switzerland
Wed 6 Sep, 2017
l The food was well presented, and the fish tasted relatively fresh without an arousing pitch of alcohol induced rigorous mortis. It was unsurprisingly mandatory to order the alcohol separately. The...

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