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Best Airport Terminals In USA For Enjoying The Food & Drink Services!


From going through security to waiting out bad weather or passengers with too much baggage, involves unpleasant moments for passengers. These delays and cancellation create the hectic situation at the airports. But the airlines and airports can enhance the experience is by making terminals so that passengers can go through them easily.

It can be difficult to quantify the financial benefit, but it is easy to make the gorgeous terminals that provide a competitive advantage. If you find yourself in an airport for an extended period of time this coming holiday season, then consider these best airport terminals to escape from the long layover.

  1. Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International (ATL) – Terminal E

It is one of the world’s busiest airports. The airport is home to One Flew South, one of the best-reviewed airport bars in the United States. You need to get away from the crowd and enjoy the large cocktail menu or international wine list. There are a number of such items like Kobe burger with black truffle mayo and a pulled duck confit sandwich with a fig and peanut sauce. There is also a sushi bar.

Others At Terminal E:  The Original El Taco, Jekyll Island Seafood Company, Belgian Beer Café.

  1. Chicago O’Hare (ORD) – Terminal 3

The Publican Tavern is best in O’Hare’s Terminal 3. It “is a certified hit, porting over the Fulton Market favorite to O’Hare travelers.” The Publican Tavern’s menu offers sandwiches, salads, craft beer and wine with a focus on seasonality and quality sourcing.

  • Travelers can also enjoy the savory dishes like spicy pork rinds, avocado salad, organic baked salmon, pork shoulder chop, and the “hot” Doug Sohn. It is made with Chicago-based Hot Dougs bratwurst, bourbon mustard, fried shallot, and Emmental cheese.
  • In breakfast, it offers delights like a waffle with honey butter and strawberry jam; baby romaine, a hot smoked salmon with lemon ricotta, celery, butter pickle dressing and multigrain bread, fried eggs, toast, breakfast potatoes, and bacon or sausage.

T3 is also home to Tortas Frontier which is best airport restaurant in America. Celebrity Chef Rick Bayless offers the Pepito, Chipotle Chicken and Smokey Garlic Shrimp.

Others At Terminal 3: Bubbles Wine Bar, Goose Island Beer Company, Macaroni Grill.

  1. Denver International Airport (DIA) – Concourse B

The Colorado-based brewer New Belgium at DIA’s New Belgium Hub Bar & Grill offers a wide variety of beers. Beer selections include classic Fat Tire Amber Ale, Ranger IPA, and Snapshot Wheat. The food menu includes sandwiches and platters with classic Bratwurst, Fried Chicken and Waffles and a Chicken French Dip Sandwich.

Others At Terminal B: Cantina Grill, Chick-fil-A, Cru Food and Wine Bar, Elway’s, Wolfgang Puck.

  1. John F. Kennedy International (JFK) – Terminal 4 & 5

Terminal 4: This is the only non-airline at JFK. It is privately owned terminal in the US. Travelers can enjoy the food at Danny Meyer’s Shake Shack Blue Smoke and Marcus Samuelsson’s Uptown Brasserie, before boarding their flight. You can also enjoy the cocktails at Delta Sky Club with complimentary booze, a Ciroc Vodka-sponsored VIP room, and outdoor Sky Deck.

Others At Terminal 4:  Le Grand Comptoir, The Palm Bar & Grille, Camden Foods.

Terminal 5: It is also one of the best terminals in NYC. It is also home to Deep Blue Sushi, one of the best airport sushi bars around. From the Asian-inspired cocktail list, enjoy the drinks. The Minetta Tavern chefs Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson serve French country classics. The Piquillo, created by Txikito’s Alex Raij, is the first-ever Spanish tapas restaurant in a US airport.

Others At terminal 5: AeroNuova, 5ive Steak, Bar Veloce.

  1. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) – TBIT

Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) is the busiest terminal in California. There has plenty of dining and retail options. The terminal is featured with a new duty-free retail outlet and also has 36 new stores.

The top dining list considers the Border Grill. Passengers can enjoy the popular smoked chicken salad or Border classics like the tortilla soup, Peruvian ceviche, Yucatan pork and grilled skirt steak. If you are looking for lighter, then go get sushi as French-Japanese mini-chain and Chaya Sushi. You can also grab a southern fried chicken from the ink.

Others At TBIT: Umami Burger, The Larder, LAMILL Coffee, Petrossian.

  1. San Francisco International (SFO) – Terminal 2

Napa Farms Market is best in Terminal 2, which includes various prepared foods, cheeses, deserts, Acme Bread and Cowgirl Creamery. Customers can also enjoy the Tyler Florence’s rotisserie chicken, desserts and sauces from Yigit Pura’s Tout Sweet Patisserie, and pizzas.

Others At Terminal 2: Andalé Mexican Restaurant, Burger Joint.

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