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U.S. Open menu includes tasty dishes from JJ Johnson, Marc Forgione and more

U.S. Open spectators don't only get to see some of the top tennis players in the world. They also are treated to food from some of the top chefs New York City has to offer.

The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park opened the grounds Thursday to a food tasting preview of some of the eats on display this year. Celebrity chefs JJ Johnson and Chef Marc Forgione make their debut this year alongside offerings from Ed Brown, David Burke, Josh Capon, David Chang, Esther Choi, Tony Mantuano, Masaharu Morimoto and Marcus Samuelsson.

USTA president Katrina Adams, center, joins chefs Paul Denamiel, from left, JJ Johnson, David Burke, Esther Choi, Ed Brown, Jim Abbey, Masahura Morimoto and Marc Forgione at a tasting preview Thursday at the U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows.

Mojito's fusili with pork ragu is available this year.

The Impossible Burger from Heineken Red Star Patio Cafe and U.S. Open Club.

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Olive Poached Skuna Bay Salmon, from Aces, will be available to tennis fans.

Fuku by David Chang will offer a spicy fried chicken sandwich.

A Black Angus Steak Sandwich, from Pat LaFrieda's Meat Purveyors, is shown during the tasting preview.

Chef Masahura Morimoto speaks to tennis player Bradley Klahn about sushi during the food tasting preview.

Crab Cake, from Champions by American Cut, will be available this year.

Lobster BLT, from Lure, is shown during a the food tasting preview.

110 Burger, from Fuku by David Chang, is on display on Thursday.

Citrus salmon from Mojito will be on the menu this year.