8. Yankee Stadium
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Where Yankee Stadium does well, it does really damn well. The meatball Parm from Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi’s Parm is just as delicious as it is at their NoLita restaurant, and a Lobel’s location means there are steak sandwiches carved to order. Pizza comes from Two Boots, and, if you take your Brother Jimmy’s ‘cue and stand in the right sections, you can close your eyes and pretend you’re amongst the Murray Hill bros, if that’s your kind of thing. But, it’s hard to not pit the NYC teams against each other, and Yankee Stadium's total lack of craft beer compared to its neighbor in Queens bumps it down on this list.
7. Marlins Park
Opened in 2012, Marlins Park is the youngest MLB stadium, and its location in Little Havana is (somewhat) an inspiration for the food. The big winner is Taste of Miami, a corner of the stadium crowded with local restaurants. You’ve got ceviche and fresh-shucked oysters at Don Camaron, chicharrón and Miami’s best damn Cuban pork sandwich at Papo Llega y Pon, and all the tequeños, empanadas, and arepas you can balance on the way from Panna Cafe back to your seat. South Beach hotel & bar the Clevelander also shows up with the Magnum hot dog, a bacon-wrapped 1/2lb kraut- and mustard-covered dog. While craft beer options are lacking, you ARE in Miami and a Dolphins game can't be your only excuse to indulge in frozen Bacardi beverages.