We went to three games--two with the roof closed--and we sat in two different areas of the park (pretty much behind home plate and behind the visitor bullpen). The whole park was very clean, vendors were all very friendly, and service was fast. Though there is a "Taste of Miami" food section near the third plate entrance and the fresh-squeezed juice cart is great, the rest of the food is pretty pedestrian ballpark stuff. A nice feature not found in most ballparks is charging stations scattered around the edge of the seating area so you can charge your phone while still watching the game. Be sure to check out the Orange Bowl tribute (it was torn down to build Marlins Park) and the Bobblehead "Museum."
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