These are the local food options the Marlins are adding at the ballpark this season

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New food options are on the way at Marlins Park.

The Marlins on Tuesday announced a handful of new local food partnerships for the 2019 season.

The new concession partners: Miami’s Best Pizza, PINCHO, Novecento, SuViche, Butterfly Tacos y Tortas, and La Pepa. The last two of the group are restaurant concepts from professional chef Jose Andres’ ThinkFoodGroup. The new concessions will be located at the Promenade Level of the ballpark.

“It is important for us to continue to invest in creating a first-class fan experience at Marlins Park, and the addition of these well-respected partners with great Miami stories is another essential step in that process,” Marlins CEO Derek Jeter said in a press release. “The re-imagined concessions, representative of our community’s rich culinary scene, as well as the enhanced premium experience in The Club presented by DEX Imaging will offer our guests fresh and unique experiences.”

Chip Bowers, the Marlins’ president of business operations, added: “As we continue to look for ways to impact and enhance the fan experience at Marlins Park, we sought a dining experience authentic to Miami with brands who share our same commitment to the South Florida community. We are elevating the food and beverage experience to feature a diverse array of concepts that are reflective of our ever-evolving community. Fans will notice their feedback was heard and will see an increase in the quality and variety of flavors, concepts, and food and beverage-centric experiences available to them throughout the ballpark.”

The announcement comes a little less than a month after the Marlins announced their new “3-o-5” concession deal, which features eight core ballpark menu items that will be either $3 or $5 at all home games.

Items for sale at $3: Hot dogs, popcorn, pretzels, nachos, water bottles and 16-ounce sodas. Mojo pork tacos and 12-ounce draft beers will be available for $5.

The Marlins open the 2019 season on March 28 with a series against the Colorado Rockies.

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