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  • Marlins Cuban Sandwich

    Marlins Cuban Sandwich

    Cuban Sandwich ($14, with chips): Head to the Taste of Miami section for the classic sandwich, with layers of ham, cheese, pork and pickles, from Miami Lakes’ Latin American Grill.  

  • Marlins Sir Pizza

    Marlins Sir Pizza

    Sir Pizza ($10 cheese, $11 pepperoni): Time for ballpark comfort food - your own 8-inch personal pizza - but expect lines. Fans bought 1,100 pies during the Marlins exhibition game with Florida International University.  

  • Marlins Pork Sandwich

    Marlins Pork Sandwich

    Pork Sandwich ($7): An Only in Miami treat. Julia Alfonso and her family have been making pork sandwiches at Papo Llega y Pon for 33 years. She’s no stranger to high demand: On Saturdays alone, she usually sells 500- 600 pounds of pork in her Allapattah “hole in the wall... 

  • Marlins Helmet Nachos

    Marlins Helmet Nachos

    Helmet nachos ($15): We’d cheer for these tasty chips, topped with pico de gallo, shredded cheddar, scallions and Levy Restaurants (the concession czar here) own chipotle cheese sauce (lighter than the usual yellow goop), served in a souvenir helmet.  

  • Marlins Magnum Hot Dog

    Marlins Magnum Hot Dog

    Magnum Hot Dog ($12): It’s the seventh inning, so of course you want a hot dog, but not just any dog will do. The Clevelander will be serving half-pound, foot-long, Kosher “all beef,” bacon-wrapped dogs just 12 inches from the turf. These are Chicago style with pickles... 

  • Marlins Mahi Mahi Tacos

    Marlins Mahi Mahi Tacos

    Mahi mahi tacos ($12): We’re hooked on these grilled fish tacos, not at all greasy, with chunks of dolphin plus pickled red onions, cilantro slaw and chipotle aioli.  

  • Marlins Lobster Roll

    Marlins Lobster Roll

    Lobster Roll ($17): The good news: This sandwich is a winner. Squeeze lime slices onto big chunks of succulent Maine lobster with Key lime aioli and chives, stuffed into a toasted sliced bun. The bad news: It’s sold in the Club Level.  

  • Marlins Ceviche

    Marlins Ceviche

    Ceviche ($10): The Miami Marlins are off to a fresh start snacking on bites of bracing tilapia, yellow corn, chopped onions and chips (sorry, no leche de tigre - yet) from Don Camaron in the Taste of Miami section. His other choices include fresh-shucked oysters, ceviche and... 

  • Marlins Black Bean Burger

    Marlins Black Bean Burger

    Black bean burger ($8): Wind down with a grilled veggie burger. Marlins President David Samson (an avid distance runner), noting that eating at stadiums was “an occupational hazard,” praised this burger a “perfect post-run” snack.  

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