Food That Doesn't Suck at America's Top Baseball Parks

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At Goya Latin Café in Section 3, there's the signature Cuban with slow-roasted mojo pork, sliced ham, roasted pork loin, Dijonnaise, and Swiss cheese on Cuban roll. Then in Section 5, try the Miami Mex Taco Dog, a chargrilled foot-long frank smothered in braised chili con carne, Monterey Jack cheese, cilantro, shaved cabbage, salsa, and charred jalapeño lime aioli — wrapped in a flour tortilla. At Azucar in Section 1, get the Abuela Maria ice cream, a mix of guava, chunks of cream cheese, and Maria cookies, another Miami classic. Beer beyond MGD: In 2016, Goose Island and Sweetwater Brewing Co. beers were available. Official policy on bringing outside food: "Bags must be no larger than 16"x16"x8" in size; clear bags preferred. Guests shall be limited to one soft-sided bag (e.g.: diaper bag, small purse, fanny pack, backpack, etc.) … hard-sided coolers and open/hard-sided containers are not permitted … No bottles or cans are permitted in Marlins Park, with the exception of the following: baby bottles, guests with medical needs, unopened, soft-sided, single-serving containers (e.g. small milk cartons, juice boxes, etc.), one clear, soft-sided, factory-sealed water bottle 20-ounces in size or smaller per person.