Food at the U.S. Open

Food at the U.S. Open
Photo: Christine Tsai/seriouseats.com

Food at the U.S. Open

The famously esoteric Food Village at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center offers everything from Indian and Japanese options to a Kosher deli and a French creperie. SI.com invited well-known NYC food critic Ed Levine to the U.S. Open for an odyssey through the food stands. A frequent contributor to The New York Times, Levine's food website, Serious Eats, was named one of TIME magazine's 50 Best Websites of 2010.

For three hours during Monday's day session, Levine sampled offerings from six of the most popular stands in the Food Village. Here's his review:


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