Gourmet food at the U.S. Open

If you thought the U.S. Open was all about tennis, think again. At the Open they're serving up lots of food options with tons of flavor. Behind every tasty bite is a team of celebrity chefs. Richard Sandoval, Ed Brown and Masaharu Morimoto, three of the world's biggest food stars, have items on the menu. 

At the outside food village you can get everything from a hot dog to prime rib. Chef Sandoval's restaurant Maya occupies a spot inside the village. This year, he created a new fish taco that's packed with flavor but easy to eat on the go.

Japanese chef Moriomoto calls sushi the perfect tennis bite -- a finger food that's packed with protein. His rolls are inspired by the game's biggest stars.

While most people spend 2 to 3 hours at a sporting event, at the U.S. Open the average person spends 6 to 7. That's a long time to go without a tasty nosh.  So no matter what you have a craving for, you'll find it here.

It's a culinary grand slam.