Seat in the Shade
To stay cool on a hot Florida afternoon sit on the first base side. The shade will give you a little break from heat.
On the way to the game
Bellini Restaurant (487 Main St., Dunedin) At the east end of Main Street, an Italian restaurant that insists on importing buffala mozzarella from Italy. The star of the show is the homemade pasta, from the decadent lobster-stuffed ravioli to the earthy Bolognese sauce generously ladled over broad maltagliati noodles. A nice touch is the tasty seaweed and shrimp dumplings served at the start of a meal.
Jolli Mon's Grill (941 Huntley Ave., Dunedin) Fresh grouper is one of the great advantages of being on the Gulf Coast and the Jolli Mon does it up as good as anyone: fried, grilled or blackened on a plate, in a sandwich or as part of the mango-salsa-topped fish tacos.
Jeremy Sandler, National Post
Walk to Downtown and Visit the Historical Museum
Walk from the park to downtown Dunedin and see Jays artifacts at the town’s historical museum.
Joe Connor, Author of A Fan’s Guide To The Ultimate Spring Training Experience, www.modernerabaseball.com
Canadian Beer Here
Once upon a time it was imported directly from Canada and available on tap, but the Labatt Blue that's sold now in Dunedin Stadium is bottled in America. Nevertheless, you can find it at carts on the concourse behind first and third base.
Breakfast or Lunch before the Game
Submit a Tip for the Blue Jays
Irisís Grill (234 Douglas Avenue, Dunedin) is located just across from the Blue Jays Stadium and offers home cooked meals made from scratch. They have huge hearty breakfasts like homemade pancakes, big circles of fresh, light batter fried and served with sizzling sausage patties. Lunches range from hot roast beef sandwiches to homemade chicken salads in a fresh cantaloupe half. We take great pride in their famous home-make pies.