You don't have to take the 7 train out to Billie Jean King National Tennis Center to enjoy the flavors of the U.S. Open this year.

The tournament, which runs from Aug. 31 to Sept. 13, will have a pop-up restaurant at Grand Central terminal for the first time on Wednesday.

The pop-restaurant, which opens at 12:30 p.m., will feature some of the same food being served at the Open from celebrity chefs Richard Sandoval and Tony Mantuano.

Fans in attendance Wednesday can have up to two free samples from the following menu items, while supplies last: U.S. Open signature lobster roll, Maya chopped salad, Tony Mantuano's tomato bread from Wine Bar Food and Hill Country's brisket slider.

In addition, Lavazza will provide free iced coffee, Evian will serve complimentary water bottles and Coca-Cola will let fans creat two personalized cans from their "Share a Coke" campaign.