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12 Things To Do in New York City if You're in Town for the US Open

Gain advantage with these attractions and activities around Queens and beyond.

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While in New York City for the US Open, you’re sure to find some time to get better acquainted with the Big Apple. From the often-overlooked cultural landmarks of Queens, where the tournament takes place each year, to the glitz and glam of Manhattan, there’s lots to see beyond the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Win the Grand Slam of NYC sightseeing with our insider tips on things to do in between matches.

2. Grab a bite in NYC’s biggest Chinatown

When people talk about Chinatown, most tourists think of the Lower East Side, but you’ll actually find NYC’s largest Chinatown in Flushing, Queens. When your tummy is loudly rumbling courtside, take a break for a guided tour and tuck into local favorites including dim sum, Hong Kong–style milk tea, noodle soup, and Sichuan hot pot.

And if you’re in NYC for longer ...

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