Arthur Ashe Stadium Food
Arthur Ashe Stadium Club Level
Located at Gate 3
Chef David Burke serves up a flavorful Mexican street food menu. Menu items include carne asada beef tacos, pescado tacos, nachos; chips and guacamole.
Based on the name alone, many will gravitate to the chipotle chicken taco or carne asada beef taco. And that’s not a bad thing, since you can’t go wrong with either pick, especially with three tacos per order. But the chipotle chicken nachos – crispy tortilla chips with chicken, Mexican cheese sauce, pickled jalapeno, pico de gallo and crema fresca – are an underrated and overlooked option and the salads also come highly rated.
Dean & DeLuca
Located at Gate 10
Dean & Deluca brings you the world's finest gourmet & artisan food.
The acclaimed upscale American market and purveyor of fine food joins the concessions offerings serving nutrient-rich performance bars and tasty, lighter options.
The summer salad with mixed kale, quinoa, cucumber, roasted red pepper, red onion, chickpea, mozzarella and lemon vinaigrette is a great choice, as are the wagu dogs and tomato mozzarella sandwiches. Treat yourself to a chocolate chip cookie with sea salt as well.
Located at Gate 9
Straight from Texas, Hill Country brings authentic barbeque to Flushing Meadows. Comfort food items are served up at this casual, down-home eatery.
The chopped brisket sandwich is the pick of the plates at Hill Country. The pit-smoked meat is complemented with house pickles and sliced onion. Don’t leave the window without grabbing a pecan pie cup – for $6, it’s a steal for those with a sweeter tooth.
Pat LaFrieda Meat Co.
New York's "King of Meat" Pat LaFrieda serves his signature filet mignon steak sandwich and other favorites.
The menu is small but everything is good. If anything is going to rival the black angus steak sandwich or chicken parm sandwich, it might just be the double patty burger (pictured). If you want something to drink, grab a milkshake from here, too. The vanilla is still the popular pick.
Located at Gate 32
Fuku is a casual chicken concept by Momofuku. Originally started as a fried chicken sandwich joint, Fuku has since grown to serve a variety of chicken and seasonal offerings.
Two new options at Fuku will fight for your attention: the knockout sandwich – spicy fried chicken with seasoned cabbage – and the 110 Burger – a double-pattied bacon cheeseburger. Pro tip: add a spicy habanero thigh to your chicken sandwich for $7 and you’ll be free to roam around the grounds without ever going hungry.
Serving Classic Vietnamese sandwiches
Perfect for a long summer night, the non-alcoholic mango lychee mojito with fresh lemon and mint is a great way to stay refreshed after a full day in the sun. The bacon hot dog looks tempting, but go for the lemongrass chicken banh mi instead. (pictured)