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The US Open’s Food Game Is Aces

David Chang’s Fuku, Hill Country and more are hitting perfect serves
Spicy Fried Chicken Bacon Ranch Sandwich
Fuku's U.S. Open Exclusive: Spicy Fried Chicken Bacon Ranch Sandwich | Photo: Brendan Newell

Tennis fans headed out to Flushing Meadows for the US Open this week won’t need to go far from the courts for a decent meal.

This year’s food lineup includes concession stands like a taco spot from David Burke, an outpost of Korean-Mexican mashup masters Korilla BBQ and an outlet of David Chang’s Fuku, which will serve a custom sandwich—a spicy fried chicken number with bacon and ranch—he made for the games.

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Ben & Jerry will also be scooping, and Moët & Chandon will host a lounge area with Champagne, of course. And Masaharu Morimoto will helm a sushi spot called Aces. Rounding out the lineup are Carnegie Deli, Soom Soom, Hill Country BBQ and more.

Those who are willing to stray a bit further would do well to head over to Main Street, the heart of Flushing’s Chinatown, for dumplings at places like Dumpling Galaxy and White Bear.

No matter where you eat, hopefully, the lines here will be shorter than at the concession stands in Rio.

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