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Kosher Food Concession Stand Opens At Marlin Park

Kosher Korner at Marlins Park.

Kosher Korner at Marlins Park.

Marlins Park, the new home of baseball’s Miami Marlins, has a kosher concession stand called Kosher Korner. The stand, an exciting accommodation to South Florida’s kosher crowd and visitors, has been met with great enthusiasm.

Kosher Korner sells kosher hot dogs, hamburgers, “cheeseburgers” with pareve soy cheese, pastrami and corn beef sandwiches, potato knishes, French fries and drinks. New items are planned and will be added through the season.

Kosher Korner is under the strict supervision of ORB certification. There is a certified mashgiach on hand during every game, except for Friday night, Saturday afternoon and Jewish holidays. The stand hosts a daily Minchah/Maariv prayer service, located on the Promenade Level/Section 1 of the stadium.

For further information or special requests, contact Mitchell Rubensteen at Kosherkorner@gmail.com.

About the Author: Shelley Benveniste is South Florida editor of The Jewish Press.


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