I don't want to repeat other reviewers (yes, it's a nice park), but do want to add a few tips that may help your visit. First there are lots of threats about the adjacent parking decks filling up on the Marlin's website but we got there maybe 30 minutes early and the official deck we selected was almost empty. (We did visit on a weeknight, but I've seen more traffic at single A ballgames. It was bizarre). Second we got seats at the box office on the day of the game, and basically could sit wherever we wanted. Third, the stadum was cold...so if you are cold natured and the dome is closed, you may need to bring a light jacket or something. As far as food, there were lines at the Taste of Miami area but we walked further into the outfield area and found a cuban place with no lines. Quite good, and we found a viewing ledge to eat our dinner. As far as the neighborhood, it didn't look terrible, but it's not Coral Gables either.