Sony Open: Best Eats and Drinks
|Before you watch tennis, grab a bite and a drink.|
Thankfully, the Crandon Park Tennis Center is its own village, filled with shops, restaurants, and bars. That means you can start the day with a latte, have a burger for lunch, and enjoy some sushi and champagne for dinner -- all without leaving the facility.
Each year, 125,000 meals are served over the course of the two-week competition. The tournament's culinary program employs 410 people and encompasses eight bars, four concessions stands, five fast-casual eateries, four full-service restaurants, a hospitality terrace, 26 stadium suites, two private dining rooms, and a players' lounge and dining room. That's a lot of food and work for a temporary event!
From grab-and-go food to sit-down meals, the Sony Open has dozens of places to eat and drink. Here's a list of our favorites:
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Enjoy champagne and freshly rolled sushi at the lounge. California rolls ($10), vegetable rolls ($10), and JB rolls ($12) are light fare to be paired with ice-cold bubbly. Veuve Cliquot Yellow is served by the glass ($20) or bottle ($110). Want something more colorful? Try the rosé by the glass ($23) or bottle ($125).
Starbucks? Heck yeah! At some point during the long day, you'll need a caffeine fix. Get it here. Lattes, iced coffees -- all the standard Starbucks drinks are available.