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The U.S. Open's Food Village.

With over 700,000 fans expected to attend the U.S. Open, which started August 27 and lasts until September 9, the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center has a number of options to feed them.

At the tennis tournament there are 60 concession stands, five restaurants, the new Moët & Chandon Terrace, which features champagne and a full service bar, and several other food and drink offerings.

Though there will be game day favorites available, such as beer and hot dogs, the U.S. Open’s food and drink selection is more sophisticated and international than what you can get during most sporting events.

The Food Village is the U.S. Open’s main concessions area and serves cuisine from around the world—from Mexican to Indian, to Italian and Japanese—plus sandwiches, lobster rolls and half-pound burgers.

Other dining options include the new Heineken Red Star Café, the seafood and sushi restaurant Aces, steakhouse Champions Bar & Grill, Mojito Restaurant and Bar, which serves Latin cuisine, the Patio Café & Bar, which has a casual menu of salads, burgers sandwiches as well as specialty cocktails, and a wine and food bar featuring Mediterranean small plates.

Learn more about the U.S. Open food offerings.

 

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