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Where to Eat at the 2013 US Open

Carolina Sanchez

The US Open has a myriad of choices, but which ones are actually worth pursuing? Well if it was up to us, I think we would all be dining with the players in Balance Kitchen

, featuring fresh smoothies, salads, sandwiches, and the like. But unfortunately, that's not an option (unless Novak Djokovic or Serena Williams invite you back for a green smoothie).

If you plan on attending the US Open, chances are you will be purchasing food at some point throughout the day. Doors for day session tickets open at 9:30 am and you can stay potentially until 1am or later, depending on the duration of the matches. If you're like us, you probably don't want to be eating fried chicken and hotdogs to hold you over. We'd like to actually enjoy the matches without dealing with a stomach ache!

You can bring limited quantities of own food, but you can't bring a cooler anymore. Plus, we don't recommend bringing a bag of any kind (and I mean absolutely NO bags) because you'll be stuck waiting in line for a while. If you get in the no bag line, you'll whiz right through and can head straight to the courts to see the players practice or get prime-time seats at Louis Armstrong and Grandstand before the crowd gets in. 

Mojito Restaurant and Bar

Cuisine: Latin American

Price: $18-29

Featuring ceviches, lobster quesadillas, cuban sandwiches, etc. 

Aces

Cuisine: Japanese/Sushi/Seafood

Price: $26-$40

Features Masaharu Morimoto’s sushi and sashimi selections and local catches from Gosman’s of Montauk or Skuna Bay salmon.

If you have special dietary needs, contact them ahead of time and they can create a special menu for you. They're more than willing to accommodate vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, etc.  

Open admittance for Courtside Box seat holders and Luxury Suite guests only. Loge Box and Subscription Series ticket holders may purchase restaurant passes by calling the ticket office at 718-760-6200.

Heineken Red Star Cafe

This is more of a bar than a café, so the food choices here are limited to kettle chips, brat, hotdogs, and the like. If you're looking for a healthy meal, not your place to go.

Champion's Bar and Grill

Cuisine: Seafood/Steakhouse

Price: $40-$49

If you have special dietary needs, contact them ahead of time and they can create a special menu for you. They're more than willing to accommodate vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, etc.  

Open admittance for Courtside Box seat holders and Luxury Suite guests only. Loge Box and Subscription Series ticket holders may purchase restaurant passes by calling the ticket office at 718-760-6200.

Wine Bar Food

James Beard Award-Winning chef Tony Mantuano is behind this small outdoor spot, featuring Mediterranean small plates. Snack on olives, grilled shrimp, and cocktails. 

US Open Club

Cuisine: American

Price: $18-$29

Buffet style featuring salads, sandwiches, and desserts. 

To purchase passes, call the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center ticket office at 718-760-6363

Food Court

While the food court may have cheaper options, if you're looking to eat a healthy meal, steer clear. You may be able to find something at Farm 2 Fork: try the grilled veggie sandwich

featuring locally grown squash, zucchini, eggplant, peppers, and greens on freshly baked bread. You may also find fruit bowls at the carts around the grounds. You Otherwise, y

ou can pretty much guess by this list that you won't be finding anything healthy:

• Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Shop

• Carnegie Deli

• Classic Burger

• Cuppa Spotta

• Franks and Fries

• Fresca Mexicana

• Fulton Seafood

• Glatt Kosher Cart

• Grey Goose Bar

• New Delhi Spice

• Pizza, Pasta

• Hill Country Barbeque

• Sweet & Savory Crepes