A Guide to Attending the U.S. Open
Take the Queens-bound 7 train to the Mets-Willets Point stop. Alternatively, take the LIRR to its Mets-Willets Point stop. If there’s a Mets home game taking place, you may want to build your schedule to avoid the stampede of baseball fans cluttering trains and roadways.
If you’re grabbing a bite, you may want to stay on the train a little longer. Take the 7 Train one stop past Mets-Willets Point to end up at the Flushing-Main St. stop and nearby Sichuan eatery Spicy & Tasty. Its menu of regional Chinese delicacies—more than 100 dishes strong—showcases Sichuan’s reputation for spiciness with popular draws such as Dan Dan noodles and Mapo tofu.
If your session is rained out, you may still be in luck. Single-session ticketholders can often exchange tickets for rained-out sessions for a later date or even a session at the following year’s U.S. Open. This is contingent on a number of factors, though. Click here to read the Open’s full policy.
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