It’s time to grab those Marlins tickets and head out to the game. However, you haven’t eaten yet and your stomach is rumbling. You want to eat, but you don’t know where. That’s where this guide comes in. This guide cover all the best food at Marlins Park, so you can have a look at the top foods without having to spend time wandering around, taking a guess at what will satisfy you the most.
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A straightforward, meat oriented stand, Burger 305 sets out to satisfy all your burger needs. With fresh lettuce and tomatoes topping the freshly grilled burger, you won’t leave unsatisfied. Their key items include the cheeseburger, Kayem hot dog, and chicken tenders. In addition, of course, they have fries on the side. You’ll find this stand in sections 13, 19, 40, 310, and 321.
In section 19 they have the additional offering of a veggie burger. In section 13, you can also try their grilled chicken option instead of the beef burger, or the specialty item of the game, an ever-changing item based on the opposing teams home location.
Cleveland has fallen off the map in recent years when it comes to sports, but they definitely know how to do their food. Located on the Field level, this stand hosts some epic foods. First off, the colossal tater “tachos”. These tater tot nachos come topped with cheese, ground beef, salsa, jalapeños and guacamole. If that doesn’t tickle your fancy, you can get one of their bacon wrapped “Magnum” dogs, BBQ Chicken Pizzas, or signature burgers with truffle fries.
You gotta have some southern options, right? After all, you’re eating in Miami. Choose from their delicious and healthy options such as the beef fajita taco, with thick strips of steak, lettuce, onions and tomatoes wrapped in a thick, soft tortilla. They also have a chicken tinga taco, if you don’t want all the red meat, and some yummy fresh churro bites. You’ll find Miami Mex in sections 4 and 325.
A stand for the fans, you can find this one located in sections 8, 16, 23, 37, 305, 314, and 323. You can choose from the fan favorites of the Kayem hot dog, ballpark nachos, and soft pretzels. Section 8 also carries BBQ pork sandwiches and BBQ pork nachos. In section 23′s FanFeast, you can get a foot-long nacho dog, nacho supreme, or a Kayem Italian sausage. In section 30, FanFeast offers Little Marlins Kids Meals, which consist of applesauce, juice, and either a hotdog or a PB&J sandwich.
If you’re trying to stay kosher, you might as well hit Kosher Korner, located in section 1. They’ve got a cheeseburger made of soy cheese, a kosher burger, kosher dog, and a hot pastrami sandwich. You can also order some potato knish on the side.
Once you’ve filled up your stomach with a great meal, why not top it off with dessert? Sweet play, found in section 24, offers delicious hand-dipped ice cream. If you want something easier to eat, they also have Haagen-Dazs ice cream bars. Alternatively, if you just can’t get enough ice cream, go for the souvenir ice cream helmet.
It’s time to get some grub and enjoy the game.