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U.s. Open

  1. concessions
    David Chang Will Debut a New Burger at the U.S. OpenA custom-baked bing bun cushions two LaFrieda patties at Fuku’s U.S. Open outpost.
  2. What to Eat and Drink When You Go to This Year’s U.S. OpenOutstanding tacos, a bacon-ranch sandwich named in honor of John McEnroe, and plenty of rosé.
  3. Lists
    What to Eat at This Year’s U.S. OpenThe concessions this year include the debut of the U.S. Open’s first grounds-sanctioned food truck.
  4. Grub Guides
    What to Eat at This Year’s U.S. Open, Starting TodayEnjoy Hill Country barbecue and Pat LaFrieda beef while you take in some tennis.
  5. Leftovers
    No. 7 Subs at the US Open; Uber’s Brooklyn Promotion Includes Free SnacksPlus: Maison Premiere’s Labor Day party, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  6. Mediavore
    Where to Get Cicada Ice Cream; L.A. County Fair Opens SaturdayOr, if you prefer, you could always opt for a simple bowl of ice cream ramen.
  7. Mediavore
    Booze Sales Spiked In the Run-Up to Irene; Starbucks Is Coming to an Office NearPlus: The National Guard airlifts supplies to residents in washed out areas of Vermont; and Krispy Kreme ups its coffee game, all in our morning news roundup.
  8. Mediavore
    Lady Gaga’s Meat Dress Hits Hall of Fame; Fedrran Adria to Create Snacks forThe soda maker tries to tap into the cult of chef worship.
  9. Mediavore
    Starbucks Embroiled in Gun Debate; Flay Settles With EmployeesPlus: the FDA gets serious about food-label claims and Wilco-inspired sandwiches, all in our morning news roundup.
  10. Food Tour
    Morimoto Wants to Take Over Food at U.S. OpenTennis fans should have food as good as that of baseball fans.
  11. User's Guide
    Sustainable Food at the U.S. Open, by the NumbersLocal produce is pouring into Arthur Ashe Stadium.
  12. Freebies
    Balls of GoldThe world’s most expensive chocolate golf balls. And in USEFUL news, free cupcakes and sangria.
  13. The New York Diet
    Celebrity Stylist David Evangelista Chews His Way Through Fashion Week and theThe onetime ‘Iron Chef’ judge says he has the best protein shake recipe ever. He likes real food, too!
  14. Soho/Tribeca Grand’s Herb Wilson Now Dating, Not Just Feeding, CelebsHerb Wilson was spotted smooching Star Jones at the U.S. Open yesterday.
  15. Mediavore
    A Magnolia Bakery for Midtown; Is Tap Water Safe?Where to eat tacos in the Hamptons, a new casual restaurant at the U.S. Open, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  16. NewsFeed
    Tennis and Barbecue, Almost as Bizarre as Bagels in BeijingHill Country will be one of the food vendors when Madison Square Park screens U.S. Open matches.
  17. NewsFeed
    Anyone for Tennis? And Lobster Salad? Damn! You’ve been so busy bragging about the tickets you snagged to tonight’s showdown between Federer and Roddick that you’ve forgotten to eat. Obviously, when you get to the Tennis Center, you’re going to want to know what’s what. According to our rundown of U.S. Open offerings, it looks like Aces is the best place to catch Newt Gingrich, Janet Jackson, Anna Wintour, Martha Stewart, or any of the other weird celebs that have been spotted courtside this year. Heineken’s Red Star Café? Not so much. U.S. Open Eats [NYM]
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    U.S. Open Stadium Eats; Red Hook Vendors’ Bread and Butter in JeopardyAstoria: Get your feet rubbed while eating ice cream at Freeze Peach this Saturday — or maybe just stick to sampling the variety of flavors at this $9 tasting event that will also feature reflexology and tarot-card reading. [Joey in Astoria] Flushing: New reasons not to fill up before a match: Five serious restaurants including a steakhouse, seafood restaurant, and Cuban café flank the U.S. Open stadium, all under the supervision of Charlie Palmer–trained chef Michael Lockard. [NYDN] Hell’s Kitchen: Mitchel London Pizza from the owners of Burgers & Cupcakes has been open for a couple of weeks, but they’re still working on good char. [Slice] Lower East Side: Whole Foods’ beer room, which stocks over 200 international, domestic, and local beers, opened this morning. [Gridskipper] Meatpacking District: Los Dados from Sueños chef Sue Torres opens Monday. [Eater] Red Hook: Department of Health inspectors are now turning a critical eye to restaurants associated with the ball-field vendors. Honduras Maya is already closed. [Brooklyn Eagle]