End of Summer Hot Spots: Moët Terrace at the US Open

Moet Terrace, US Open

Are you heading to the US Open this year? One of the most exciting events on the country's sports calendar, the tennis championship is also one of the oldest such competitions in the U.S., having started in August 1881. While attending the grand slam event at Flushing Meadows, don’t miss the Moët Terrace, what Town & Country calls “the chicest spot to cool down with some bubbly at this year's US Open.” 

Moët & Chandon has been an official US Open sponsor for a couple of years now, and its party always draws a constant stream of celebrities. Designed with a champagne and white color scheme, this year’s outdoor lounge will serve Moët Imperial Champagne and Moët Ice Impérial, the first Champagne that was specifically created to be served over ice.

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Moet Terrace, US Open

Another Terrace perk? D.I.Y. Champagne cocktails. Guests can create their own Moët Ice goblets with fresh fruit and herbs (like raspberries and mint). Fete the end of summer by raising a glass to all the players in this year’s tournament!

Photos via Facebook/MoëtUS

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