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Where to eat and to stay for this years US Open

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Queens: the culinary options nearby embody the borough’s reputation as the most diverse in NYC. Leo’s Latticini is an 80-year-old Italian deli that makes mozzarella cheese fresh on-site. At Arepa Lady, diners can feast on trademark Colombian food-cart treats, and at Tortilleria Nixtamal, savory Mexican food is served on fresh, GMO-free tortillas pressed in the front window.

Flushing, located on the east side of the USTA National Tennis Center, is filled with Asian flavor and culture from China, Japan and Korea. Asian Jewels is a popular destination for classic Chinese dishes, with a large open dining space and dinner menu filled with Cantonese specialties. Hunan House brings uniquely spicy dishes straight from China’s Hunan province, while Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao serves Singaporean specialties like scallion pancakes and stir-fried rice cakes. At the Queens Historical Society and Flushing Town Hall, visitors can learn about the borough’s history while experiencing two protected NYC landmarks.

New York City’s iconic hotels are rolling out the red carpet for the US Open, with curated packages, offers, and celebratory experiences including:

 

 

 

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