Home Run: The Best Eats At Marlins LoanDepot Park

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Earlier this month the Miami Marlins restored open seating at their LoanDepot Park, allowing baseball fans to — once again — attend home games. Tickets are on sale now for all remaining Marlins home games of the 2021 season at Marlins.com/Tickets.

With seats starting at just $10, that leaves fans with plenty of pocket change to indulge in the plethora of concession offerings now available at the park. From barbecue and sushi to tacos and hot dogs, there's literally something for everyone no matter what your dining preference.

Need some salivation motivation? Here's a list of the top Marlins' concession stands — new and old — serving up Miami-inspired eats this season:

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SuViche: a South Florida-based brand offering a fusion of Japanese and Latin American cultures that offer a variety of creative sushi rolls and Peruvian ceviches.

Novecento: home-made empanadas made from scratch alongside bistro-inspired dishes made especially for ballpark noshing.

Fowl Pole: an homage to the old fashioned fried chicken serving traditional Crispy Chicken Tenders and a Crispy Chicken Sandwich.

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La Cocina: presented by Goya, this vendor serves up Miami's favorite local eats from a Pressed Cuban Sandwich and Pan Con Lechon to Mojo Pork Yucca Nachos.

Bites De La Calle: a twist on Miami’s favorite street foods from the “Completo” Smothered Hot Dog and Salchipapas to their tropical flavor-inspired Latin Nachos.

LStreet Taco: Vibrant, festive, zesty street tacos with options like Asian chicken and beef.

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Magic City BBQ: smoke house-inspired in Southern flavors, featuring Hickory Slow Smoked Pork Nachos, Shredded Pork Sandwich, and their Smoke House Hot Dog.

Pincho: A South Florida-born brand featuring a variety of Latin-inspired burgers and bowls.

The Change Up: a chef-curated concept that serves a rotating menu of dishes througout the season.

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Bacardi Bar: get your drink on with all the best Bacardi-infused cocktails from the Cuba Libre and Daiquiri to Mojitos and Pina Coladas.

El Mercadito: a variety of fresh grab-and-go snack options for the healthy eater.

Miami's Best Pizza at the Park: serving up slices since 1970.

Biscayne Bay Brew Hall: the ballpark outpost for Biscayne Bay Brewing Company, a new 3000-square-foot area with bar, communal tables, a large video wall where you can sip on the signature Marlins Lager by Biscayne Bay.

For more information, visit Marlins.com/Food for a full list of ballpark bites.

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