Ballparks have come a long way from the days when hot dogs and nachos were a fan’s best options. Not that there’s anything wrong with a stadium dog — they’re still the most popular option for some die-hards that know how closely tied memories are to taste. You’ll see them noshing on an over-priced dawg as they settle into the stands with a well-worn hat for an afternoon game.
But for many of us foodies taking in our favorite team, major league parks are seriously stepping up the game. Whether you’re a very-tried and true Miami Marlins fan, still supporting the Fish and enjoying the still-new park, or you’re rooting on your hometown team as they travel around,you’ve got good grub waiting at Marlins Park.
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