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Where to Eat at LoanDepot Park, 2022 Edition

Because half the fun of Marlins baseball games is the eating

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baseball field with fans in bleachers.
Inside LoanDepot Park.
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After a few years of limited openings and attendance due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, baseball season is back in Miami with plenty of hometown favorites along with newcomers. Here’s the best options of where to eat.

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New Dining Options for 2022

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Islas Canarias croquetas are just one of the many new highlights.
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  • Magic City BBQ - Offering smoke house style barbecue fare like slow smoked pork nachos, shredded pork sandwich, and the smoke house hot dog. (Section 7)
  • Bites de la Calle - Serving Latin-inspired street eats, and includes a Latin flavor-inspired bar. (Section 7)
  • La Arepera - Order the Venezuelan favorite at this new new arepa portable. (Section 32)
  • Islas Canarias- Guests can enjoy locally owned and operated Islas Canarias, serving coffee, croquetas and pastelitos from the coffee counter at AutoNation Alley.

Notable Food Choices

a variety of pizzas on a wooden board
Pizzas from Miami’s Best Pizza.
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  • Miami Best Pizza - The favorite local pizza restaurant offers guests at Marlins park a slice with a bit of nostalgia. (Section 10)
  • Fowl Pole - Fried chicken is the name of the gam at Fowl, offering up chicken tenders, spicy Nashville chicken sandwiches, grilled chicken sandwiches, and chicken and bubble waffles. (Section 5)
  • Top Dog - What’s a baseball game without hotdogs? (Section 4)
  • El Mercadito – Grab-and-go bites like wraps and sandwiches along with ballpark favorites. (Section 1)
  • La Cocina presented by Goya - Like eating at Abuela’s house, guests can enjoy Caribbean food and sandwiches. (Section 40)
  • Familia Favorites - This ballpark classic menu offers up probably the most wallet friendly items in the park. (Section 36)
  • Sweets- For those craving something sweet, this aptly named outpost offers scooped assorted ice creams, soft serve ice cream, ice cream sandwich and novelty item like bubble waffle crackerjack sundae and sweet cereal crusted hand roll pretzels. (Section 26)
  • Novecento - Argentine inspired menu featuring hand crafted empanadas, Choripán and signature beef sandwich. (Section 24)
  • SuViche - Japanese or Peruvian flair interpretive cuisine hosting sushi, ceviche and Peruvian “aji de gallina” juicy shredded all natural chicken breast over white rice, tender potatoes pieces, smothered in aji amarillo cream sauce. (Section 23)
  • Pincho - Another Miami-born favorite, this popular burger spot features hamburgers with Latin flair with unique branded sauces. Not to forget sweet potato tots with apple butter. (Section 19)
  • Obie’s Grill – A menu of blends of classic stadium favorites and theme in honor iconic Orange Bowl where Marlins Park currently resides. The 3o5 menu offering introductory level pricing for sports entertainment will be featured as well. (Section 13)
  • The Change Up - A rotating menu outpost that serves a variety of cuisine throughout the season. (Section 2)
  • Street Taco - Load up on Asian beef and chicken street tacos at this bright spot. (Section 19)

Where To Get Your Drink On

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Since beer and baseball are a classic pairing, head to the new Biscayne Bay Brew Hall inside the park offering a 3,000-square-foot bar area with communal tables, a performance space, and large video wall. (Located in the atrium near Sections 15 and 16 on the Promenade Level.) While at the game, make sure to order up a Marlins Lager, a traditional German-style lager, that was made just for the team and pairs well with grilled eats or ballpark snacks.

Aside from suds, this year there is also a new Jim Beam branded premium bar installed at Section 24 along the third base side of the Promenade Level. Bacardi has taken over the frozen drink stand at Section 18, offering brands like Grey Goose, Santa Teresa, Cazadores, and Bacardi. Finally, a Sip Shine Bar has been installed in Section 2, serving up frozen cocktails.

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