Touring New Marlins Park, Miami Marlins: Know Your Ballpark
Miami. The first thing that pops to mind when you hear Miami isn't usually baseball, but after exploring the new Marlins Park, it's all we've been thinking about.
My first stop was The Clevelander where I swung by to say hi to my friend Anna. Anna showed me all around The Clevelander, featuring dance parties, DJ's, pool parties and more. All in the heart of South Beach right off the main strip of Ocean Drive.
Fado's Irish Pub
On our way to Marlins Park, we swung by Brickell to hit up Fado's Irish Pub. There Anthony told us about the rich Irish history the bar has as well as how it's a spot to stop before hitting the game.
I swung by Marlins Park and got a private tour with Carolina. There she showed me everything there is to know about the ballpark. From the retractable roof to the different tastes of Miami, this ballpark goes beyond what stadiums have to offer to include an excellent experience from all over.
Burger and Beer Joint
If you can't make it to the game and are looking for a bite to eat, Burger and Beer Joint hits the spot. The South Beach spot recently expanded with a new sports bar on the 2nd floor to catch all the latest Miami games.
The Clevelander II
That evening we hit The Clevelander II inside the Marlins Park. There we had a great time relaxing and catching the game on a great night.
About Don Julio and Know Your Ballpark: This summer, Bleacher Report and Don Julio have teamed up to get you to “Know Your Ballpark” and know your tequila! You can learn about all 30 ballparks by clicking here.
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