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Marlins Park is the Major League Baseball home of the Miami Marlins. It features a retractable roof and with a seating capacity of 37,442, it is the third smallest stadium in MLB. The stadium has the distinction of being the first in the big leagues to feature a contemporary architectural style. Owner Jeffrey Loria spearheaded the design and wanted to achieve a “different and experimental” look. The exterior features gleaming white stucco, steel, aluminum and glass. A nightclub featuring loud music and a swimming pool just beyond the left field fence brings a touch of South Beach to the stadium. A key marketing concept aimed at the Latino community is the digital menu boards on concession stands that switch back and forth between English and Spanish. The facility hosted the 2013 World Baseball Classic and is the future home of the newly created Miami Beach Bowl College Football game.
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The stadium’s public-funding plan led to a protracted lawsuit after it was determined Miami-Dade County would be strapped with $2.4 million in debt. The funding plan led to the exodus of several local politicians and eventually included an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Prior to moving into Marlins Park, the Marlins played their home games at Sun Life Stadium, formerly Joe Robbie Stadium, home of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins.
- 3rd base entrance
- Team Store in West Plaza
- Promenade Level (across from sections 3, 15, and 25)
- Lexus Legends Level (sections 204 and 227)
- Vista Level (across from sections 318 and 326)
- No event is scheduled here.
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- Permitted - Factory sealed, no larger than 20 oz
- Permitted - clear plastic bags only
- Permitted - No larger than 16"x16"x8"
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Grand Central features live music, friendly staff, and a unique worth-seeing experience. There is a light show as well as lound music. Located just a few miles from the ballpark.
Phone no: 305/722-8959
A perfect blend of innovative Latin-influenced cuisine and beautiful art, it's destined to be one of the coolest and most visually striking restaurants in the nation. Offering a variety of flavorful small plates, the menu created by chef Miguel Aguilar gives the guests the freedom to mix and match dishes, coordinating their meal to satisfy their personal palates.