Do you think the quality of airport food has improved in the last decade? Airports are hoping your answer is “yes,” according to this USA Today article. To highlight some of the high-quality food offerings that have cropped up, travel guide company Frommer’s recently named their top ten restaurants at U.S. airports. Their criteria: “We’ve picked places that serve food you’d eat even if you weren’t trapped,” says Jason Clampet, senior online editor for Frommers.com.
Do you agree with the list below? What are some good options at international airports?
- Atlanta: One Flew South (Terminal E)
- Baltimore: Obrycki’s (Gate B-11)
- Boston: Legal Sea Foods (Terminal A, after security, has Legal Test Kitchen; Terminal B, before security, has Legal C Bar; and Terminal C, before security, has the traditional restaurant)
- Chicago O’Hare: Tortas Frontera (Terminal 1)
- New York-JFK: Deep Blue Sushi (Terminal 5)
- New York-LaGuardia: Custom Burgers by Pat LaFrieda (Delta Terminal)
- Los Angeles: Encounter at LAX (center of airport before security)
- Minneapolis: Ike’s Food and Cocktails (Concourse E)
- Raleigh, N.C.: 42nd Street Oyster Bar (Terminal 2)
- Seattle: Ivar’s (central terminal)
Perhaps not coincidentally, Boingo users can also enjoy tasty Wi-Fi access in 9 of these 10 airports.