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Where to Eat at Marlins Park, 2018 Edition

Because half the fun of baseball games is the eating

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It's that time of year again: baseball season. While the Marlins take the field March 29, it's time to start plotting dining now and whether a baseball fan or not, there is plenty to keep you fed and entertained in Marlins Park.

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Notable Options

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Azucar Ice Cream — Of course Miami’s most popular ice cream shop has an outpost right in Marlins Park. Yes, Abuela Maria is on the menu along with a rotating variety of different signature flavors with that signature Cuban flair. (Section 1)

BGR Deck —This one is meant with burger lovers in mind. This stand features the Bash Burger in three different varieties served with garlic parmesan fries on the menu.  There will still be the traditional hamburger at other concessions throughout the ballpark – those serious about their burgers will want to go here. (Section 19)

MIA BBQ — A concession stand dedicated solely to barbeque. Menu items include pulled pork sandwiches, barbecue chicken sandwiches, bourbon baked beans, mac and cheese and peach cobbler. (Section 24)

The High Cheese — Described as a portable "food truck" stand is creating four grilled cheese sandwiches using Zak the Baker bread, naturally. Choices include the Brioche Tripled Grilled Cheese Sandwich, a Pot Roast and Macaroni & Cheese Grilled Cheese Sandwich, a Fried Chicken at Grilled Pimento Sandwich and a Fluffernutter Grilled Marshmallow Melt. (Section 13)

Velvet Crème Doughnuts — A South Florida staple, its now back in business at Marlins Park. (Available in various concession stands throughout the ballpark.)

Only In Miami

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Taste of Miami (section 27) returns featuring Miami favorites like frita burgers, Mojo pork sandwiches, tacos with Mahi Mahi, shrimp, or mango pico de gallo. Fans might also recognize local restaurant names like Don Camaron, Latin American Grill, Mama Choa and Panna Cafe, where they can get fresh, local seafood, Cuban sandwiches, or Argentinean food.

For those who really want to submerge themselves in the South Beach experience, head back to left field and go jump in the pool at the Clevelander bar where you can order its Famous Frozen, party with dancers and listen to guest DJs — because that's what you bought tickets to, right?

Taste of Miami- Sections: 27
Miami Mex- Sections: 5
Rincon Habana- Sections: 223, 315, (featuring Goya Foods) 4
Rita Habana- Sections: 22
The Clevelander: Left Field

Traditional Ball Park Fare

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Trends come and go, but sometimes peanuts, Cracker Jacks, and a good ole fashion kosher hot dog are just the things to get through those nine innings. Traditional fan favorites like burgers, Italian sausages, and those loaded fries aren't going away any time soon. For 2018, the park has teamed up with Nathan's Hot Dogs to be the official hot dog vendor of the park, bringing with it options like corn dogs and French fries, too.

Burger 305 — Sections: 13, 310, 321
D'Town Favorites — Sections: 205, 210
Fan Feast — Sections: 8, 15, 23, 37, 305, 314, 323
Kosher Korner — Sections: 1
Metro Grill — Sections: 40, 202
Papa John's Pizza — Sections: 10, 26, 228, 307
Prime Burger — Sections: 220
Sweets — Sections 1, 3, 23, 31

Where To Get Your Drink On

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Here are a few locations where you can skip past the food goers and go straight for the booze, because, let's be honest with one another, baseball is really a drinking sport.

The Clevelander: Left Field
Budweiser Left Field Bar- Section: 32
Home Plate Bar- Section: 16
Right Field Bar- Section: 36
Bar- Sections: 201, 211, 219, 223, 311, 317
Drinks Bacardi- Sections 3, 19, 35
Bottled Beer- Sections: 305, 309, 320, 324
Craft Beer- Sections: 12, 25

Tips, Tricks and Deals

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Don’t Wait In Line - The MLB.com "Ballpark" app has a "food ordering" component at select concession stands. Order and pay from a smartphone and receive a text when the food is ready to pick it up in an express line.

"All You Can Eat" Packages Are a Thing — These packages are available on Saturdays through a special link here. The deal includes hot dogs, nachos, Pepsi products, peanuts and popcorn. Challenge, accepted.

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