3/28/2013 12:11 P.M. ET
Marlins Park welcomes concession sponsors for the 2013 Season
By / MLB.com
Marlins Park will open its doors for the 2013 baseball season with exciting concession options on April 8th when the Marlins play the Atlanta Braves. Diverse menus across Marlins Park will offer fans an array of culinary options to satisfy their taste buds.
Goya Latin Café is back for the 2013 season and is offering a brand new menu with a variety of flavorful options. New meal options include the pork burrito, rice and bean bowl with a choice of either mojo chicken or pork, pressed Cuban sandwiches and an assortment of snacks, such as Goya chips and ham croquettas. Fans can also enjoy Goya Nachos topped with black beans, pico de gallo and chipotle cheese sauce.
Sir Pizza continues to be a Marlins Park favorite, along with Kayem Beef Franks, the official hot dog and sausage of the Marlins. Cholula Hot Sauce, the official hot sauce partner of the Marlins, is also back on board this season with signature menu items including the "Cholula Warning Track" wings and chicken tenders.
The Budweiser Bow Tie Bar will continue to serve fans throughout the season over in left field's Budweiser Balcony. This party area is perfect for groups of 20 - 33 looking for a truly unique outing. The bar is opened to all fans for every game and is located on the Promenade Level, overlooking left field. This breathtaking space offers views of not only the action on the field, but also of the spectacular Miami skyline. The Budweiser Bow Tie Bar is also equipped with flat screen televisions to ensure that fans will not miss a minute of the action.
Marlins Park will also feature new locations sponsored by Bacardi, Grey Goose and Dewar's. These locations include the Bacardi Oakheart Bar located in right field, Bacardi Home Plate Bar and the Bacardi Dugout Clubs. The Grey Goose Bar is located in the Diamond Club and the Dewar's Bars are located in the Lexus Legends Level.
For more information or details about concessions at Marlins Park, fans can visit www.marlins.com.
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