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Sushi Tennis-Side? Yes, Please.

Restaurants at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden's new Stadium 2 will open next week, and include Nobu, Chop House and Piero's Pizza Vino.

Black cod with miso, photographed by Henry Hargreaves.  Courtesy photo.
Black cod with miso, photographed by Henry Hargreaves. Courtesy photo.

Restaurants at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden's new stadium will open to the public next week, a few days before the start of the BNP Paribas Open, a tournament spokesman said Tuesday.

The restaurants -- Nobu, Chop House and Piero's Pizza Vino -- will be open to the public on Feb. 28 and March 2-4.

On March 1, the eateries will be open only to those attending the McEnroe Challenge for Charity. Only people at the BNP Paribas Open, set for March 3-16,  will have access to the restaurants March 5-16.

The Tennis Garden's expansion includes a new 8,000-seat stadium, box office and entrance on Washington Street, as well as a 19,000-square-foot shaded area, four new practice courts and parking for up to 2,000 cars.

Seating for Nobu, a sushi restaurant, and Chop House, a steak and seafood joint, will be indoors, with some seating overlooking the stadium's court.

Seating for Piero's Pizza Vino, a pizza and Italian restaurant, will be outside on a terrace overlooking the grounds. All three restaurants are on the stadium's concourse level.

The BNP Paribas Open is scheduled for March 3-16 and is considered the world's most-attended combined event for the Association of Tennis Professionals and Women's Tennis Association.

For information, tickets and menu details, call (760) 200-8000, or go to www.bnpparibasopen.com.


– City News Service.

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