Dining at the US Open and in Flushing Meadows
US Open Restaurants
Along with the best tennis and entertainment in the world, the US Open offers premium-dining experiences—from Mojito, our Cuban-inspired restaurant and bar, to Champions Bar & Grill, a classic American steakhouse. Whether you are in the mood for a light snack, lunch, dinner, meeting friends for cocktails or satisfying a sweet tooth, our restaurants can cure any craving. Come experience all the US Open has to offer.
Patio Café & Bar
Soak up the beautiful surroundings of the US Open grounds at our expanded charming outdoor café and bar located outside the US Open Club Presented by Emirates Airline. Enjoy fresh selections of seasonal sandwiches and salads paired with summer specialty cocktails. The Patio Café & Bar is available for all ticket holders. Join us for lunch, dinner or after the matches.
Mojito Restaurant & Bar
Mojito, our Cuban-inspired restaurant, transports you to a dramatic setting in a tropical oasis reminiscent of 1950s Havana. Experience Mojito’s luscious flavors with Latin specialties and cool cocktails either inside or outdoors in our whimsical outdoor garden. Mojito is available for all ticket holders. Join us for lunch, dinner or after the matches. Mojito is located on the ground floor of Arthur Ashe Stadium near the Patio Café & Bar.
Heineken Red Star Café
The new Heineken Red Star Café is located next to the South Plaza Fountains. The redesigned café will be on the top level of a new two-story building providing guests with a unique view of the grounds. Guests can enjoy a spacious, ideal setting to unwind and keep track of the matches while enjoying the café’s laid-back atmosphere and enhanced menus. The new US Open Collection Store, located on the ground level, will feature a complete assortment of 2012 US Open merchandise and mementos alongside a limited selection of Heineken-branded offerings. Join us for lunch, dinner of after the matches.
Moët & Chandon Terrace
The new Moët & Chandon Terrace located next to the Patio Café & Bar features Moët & Chandon Imperial Champagne along with full service bar options. Guests can relax and enjoy a glass of champagne in an outdoor lounge setting.
Rejuvenate by the Fountains
Visit our refreshing food destinations by the fountains, including the South Plaza Café, Cuppa Spotta, Carnegie Deli and Ben & Jerry’s.
Come quench your thirst with a full-service bar that includes premium wine upgrades.
Wine Bar Food
Sample Mediterranean flavors with wines to match.
Grey Goose Bar
Located in the Food Village, the Grey Goose bar features the Grey Goose Honey Deuce, the US Open signature cocktail, along with Grey Goose specialty cocktails and a full service bar.
Enjoy regional cuisine and specialty items at the US Open Food Village
- Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Shop
- Carnegie Deli
- Classic Burger
- Cuppa Spotta
- Farm to Fork
- Franks and Fries
- Fresca Mexicana
- Fulton Seafood
- Glatt Kosher Cart
- Grey Goose Bar
- New Delhi Spice
- Pizza, Pasta
- Southern Barbeque
- Stonyfield Café
- Sweet & Savory Crepes
Where to Refuel outside of the stadium in Flushing Meadows.
So, you're in Flushing, Queens, and yes, you've had a thrilling good time watching that neon ball bounce back and forth. Now you're hungry, and the quest becomes, "What the hell does one eat while in Flushing, Queens?" Well fear not city dwellers, whether you're a seasoned New Yorker or just visiting, we've put together a round-up of some of Flushing's most delectable dining spots. From a New York institution to refreshing shaved ice to delightful sangria and ceviche, with this list, Flushing might quickly become one of your favorite foodie neighborhoods!
Founded in Flushing, NY, in 1995, Joe's Shanghai quickly became a diner's staple. Offering hungry New Yorkers on a budget the juiciest of soup dumplings—both pork and crab. If you're a dumpling nut, this is a must eat on your list of dumpling houses.
136-21 37th Avenue (near Main Street); 718-539-3838.
The summer is all about BBQs and beers. Why not continue your summer with a little Korean BBQ? Mapo is known for their generous portions of kobe beef short ribs grilled to perfection. Not a meat lover? Indulge in Banchan (the small gratis dishes of pickles and salads brought to you before the meal), spicy tofu, veggie pancakes, or raw crabs served in zesty pepper sauce.
14924 41st Avenue (near Frame Place); 718-886-8292.
Looking to dip your proverbial toe in South America? Take a hop, skip, and a cab ride over to Pio Pio, and you'll be staring into the belly of the best ceviche and traditional Peruvian rotisserie chicken in town. Offering attentive service and more than generous portions, Pio Pio's Peruvian palace will have you rubbing your belly in no time.
84-02 Northern Blvd (between 84 and 85 streets); 718-426-4900.
Snopo at the New World Mall
Drooling for something a little sweet and refreshing? Treat yourself to some shaved ice from Snopo in the New World mall. This sweet tooth's temple of worship offers up frozen treats in the form of flavor infused shaved ice. The technique includes adding milk; giving the ice a fluffy not quite ice cream, not quite flavor-ice texture. Flavors like green matcha (green tea), lychee, honey dew, and coffee can be embellished with toppings from tapioca balls to red beans. Sound complicated? Don't fret, The New World Mall also boasts some other delicious food options.
New World Mall Food Court; 40-21 Main Street (near 40th Road).