What to Eat at the US Open This Year
Morris Grilled Cheese Truck has comfort classics, like the Gouda grilled cheese with herbed butter and bacon. If that is too complicated, you can always opt for the classic grilled cheese with New York cheddar and New Hampshire Landaff.
Seared Baja Fish Tacos
Perfectly fresh fish tacos with cabbage slaw, pico de gallo and chipotle aioli from Maya, by Richard Sandoval.
Maya Chopped Salad
You can also find a simple chopped salad with mixed greens, chayote, jicama and grilled corn, topped with grilled steak and served with a piloncillo dressing, from Maya.
Hill Country Barbecue’s smokey brisket sandwich served with dill pickles and sliced onions.
Lobster & Burrata
Chef Michael White returns to Champions Bar & Grill with Marea's Lobster burrata, beef tartare, squid ink pasta served with shrimp, scallops and squid, as well as the Costata, a mammoth 40-ounce tomahawk rib eye. Seriously.
Flaming Ouzo Shrimp
Chicago chef Tony Mantuano brings his infamous flaming ouzo shrimp: jumbo shrimp sautéed, then flambéed with ouzo for an indulgent and amazing meal.
Mantuano is also putting a twist on the most Instagrammed food ever, avocado toast, with pickled serrano peppers and pistachio.
Sushi legend Masaharu Morimoto and chef Ed Brown (Ed's Chowder House) are serving the freshest seafood at Aces, with sushi and sashimi rolls, and Skuna Bay salmon served with green apple, watercress and horseradish.