The best food Marlins fans can munch on at loanDepot Park

The Best Food Marlins Fans Can Munch On At LoanDepot Park

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By Britteny Dee

May 2, 2024

Miami Marlins fans looking for a bite to eat during home games this season will have plenty of tasty options to choose from. The food lineup at loanDepot Park for the 2024 season is full of delicious dishes and mouth-watering morsels.

From local favorites like Cuban sandwiches to globally inspired eats such as dumplings and bao buns, there’s something for every hungry fan to enjoy. Keep reading to discover the best food items (and a few beverages!) available at Miami Marlins home games this season.

Sliderz Smashburger

Sliderz is capitalizing on the smashburger craze with its own take on the trendy burger. Sliderz’s version is a blend of dry-aged chuck, short rib, and brisket with the crispy exterior smashburgers are known for. It’s topped with cheese and a secret sauce and available as a single, double, or triple. Don’t forget the waffle fries!

Sliderz is located in section 19.

Tacos from Oppo Taco

LoanDepot Park newcomer Oppo Taco is dishing out several different types of tacos, plus fresh tortilla chips and chilaquiles nachos, ensuring there’s no shortage of Tex-Mex fare at the stadium this season. Tacos choices include chicken al pastor, brisket, and mojo Cuban roast pork. After you secure your food, swing by the Herradura Tequila bar next door for some drinks to accompany your meal.

Oppo Taco is located in section 8

Heavy Hitters Gator Chili

Heavy Hitters, another newcomer this season, is serving up ballpark favorites, such as hot dogs, as well as some more adventurous Florida-inspired fare. One must-try dish if you’re looking for something a little different is the spicy gator chili, which is a leaner, local take on the classic comfort food. It’s served on top of a hot dog with onions and cheese or on a plate of nachos.

Find Heavy Hitters in section 23.

Dumplings and bao buns from Intentional Wok

In addition to having a perfectly punny name, Intentional Wok has an impressive lineup of Asian-inspired eats. The chili-glazed dumplings, filled with chicken and vegetables, are a delicious option, as are the pork belly bao buns, which come topped with sriracha mayo and sweet green onions. You’ll also find fried rice, orange chicken bites, and Thai doughnuts.

If you’re looking for less traditional stadium fare, Intentional Wok has you covered. Head to section 25 to treat your tastebuds.

Billy’s Bites tequeños

If you’ve never tried a tequeño, hurry on over to Billy’s Bites. This popular Venezuelan snack is similar to a mozzarella stick and the perfect game day treat. Billy’s Bites tops theirs with a creamy salsa verde.

Billy’s Bites is located in section 34.

Queso Grande quesadillas

Queso Grande takes their quesadillas to the next level with fillings like firecracker chicken, steak carnitas, and Impossible bulgogi for vegetarian fans. As the name implies, they don’t skimp on the cheese either.

Queso Grande is located in section 40.

Pizza from Miami’s Best Pizza

Speaking of crave-worthy cheesy eats, if a slice of pizza is your ideal ballpark snack, head to Miami’s Best Pizza. The pizzeria — a local favorite — has been around since 1970 and is a returning vendor at loanDepot Park. Personal pie options include cheese, pepperoni, mushroom, and veggie.

Miami’s Best Pizza is in section 10.

The Best Food Marlins Fans Can Munch On At LoanDepot Park

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Rincon Habana Cuban sandwiches

For a taste of Little Havana, head to Rincon Habana for Cuban sandwiches and pan con croqueta.

Rincon Habana is in section 223.

Beer from Cerveceria La Tropical

Because it’s not a baseball game without beer, make sure to stop by Cerveceria La Tropical Brewery for a brew or two. The Marlins’ official Latin beer partner has a few different options on offer, including La Original, a citrusy lager, Tropi Flaca, a low-calorie beer, and the fruity Nativo Key Tropical IPA.

Get your drink on at Cerveceria La Tropical in section 7.

The Best Food Marlins Fans Can Munch On At LoanDepot Park

Photo courtesy of Cerveceria La Tropical via Instagram.

Marlins Lager at Biscayne Bay Brew Hall

Biscayne Bay Brew Hall is another must-visit spot within the stadium for beer lovers. This 3,000-square-foot space features a bar, communal tables, and a large video wall. Sip on Biscayne Bay Brewing Company’s signature Marlins Lager, a traditional German-style lager, or sample some of the other craft brews on tap.

Biscayne Bay Brew Hall is located in the atrium near sections 15 and 16 on the Promenade Level of loanDepot Park.

The Best Food Marlins Fans Can Munch On At LoanDepot Park

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Bonus: All You Can Eat Seats

Can’t decide what you want to chow down on during the game? Don’t worry! This season, hungry fans can purchase All You Can Eat Seats at any Marlins home game.

Starting at $52, this ticket option gets you unlimited hot dogs, chili dogs, nachos with cheese, chili nachos, cheeseburgers, popcorn, peanuts, and cookies from the Caliente Grill concession stand (section 202), as well as non-alcoholic beverages and water. The seats are located on the Legends Level in sections 201-204, and you can grab four items per visit to the concession stand through the end of the seventh inning.

This article first appeared on Good Info News Wire and is republished here under a Creative Commons license.The best food Marlins fans can munch on at loanDepot ParkThe best food Marlins fans can munch on at loanDepot Park


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