Everything You Should Eat at Marlins Park

August 20, 2019

Heading into the 2019 season, the Marlins completely overhauled the dining options at their eponymous park. They brought in the famed chef José Andrés to set up shop with Butterfly Tacos and La Pepa, and many of the offerings in the park now reflect the strong Spanish and Latin influences on Miami cuisine. They also rolled out a new “305” menu at several stands around the park, allowing guests to pick up basics like hot dogs and nachos for $3, along with mojo pork tacos and draft beers for $5. While those amazing deals are definitely worth a few bucks, there are a bunch of slightly pricier items worth the splurge, foods that you can get nowhere else. Here are our favorite things to eat at Marlins Park.