Watch FCB x S04 in St. Louis?

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  1. Scholl7

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    I'm in St. Louis for its Mardi Gras this weekend. For the FCB x S04 match I found a couple places online: OB Clark's (30 min. from where I'm staying) and the Amsterdam Tavern (45 Min.). Amsterdam wasn't open when I called but OB Clark's says they'll be open and showing any game I want.

    Any comments about 1) either place and/or 2) anyplace else anyone can recommend? I'm staying in O'Fallon, N and W of St. Louis.

    Oh and any St. Louis Mardi Gras tips? FYI I'll be there with my fiancée and her brothers.


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    I hope you don't speak from experience, but even sans adam's apple I'm not moving on it. She is E P I C. Fiancée puts up with my: 1) footy gear/memorabilia collection, 2) footy watching, 3) wearing Bayern stuff everywhere, 4) starting up conversations about footy with random persons, even non-English speakers, 5) nascent raging alcoholism (gracias Linie Aquavit!), 6) watching public television, and she 7) plays great volleyball (although it would be nice if she had a better vertical). I'm no Lothar Matthäus, I know when I've got it good. FFS though, no Bayernfans in St. Louis? Good grief.
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    didnt know people lived in St Louis.. i thought it was an abandoned city :p

    sorry cant help


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    Actually St Louis was and still is historically an enormously soccer rich community. I am sure there will be no lack of places to view a match.
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    I have been to Kansas city before, never been to St Louis .. maybe one of those days i will go and explore the city.

    what are they famous for ? (i am really interested in the food)
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    England was part made up of players from St Louis.
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    Cool city - gateway to the West. Starting point of the Lewis and Clark expedition.

    Naturally Anheiser Busch is the biggest claim to fame. Heavy German influence
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    Now the point is moot anyhow. The parade that we will be at starts at 11 and - a couple months back - when I calendared the match I thought it was at 8.30am, not 11.30. Oh well.

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