When you’re stuck at the airport, you can read, sleep, watch other passengers try to read or sleep, do some shopping and, of course, eat. And for hungry travelers at the Houston airports there are two new options:
In Terminal C south at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), the Real Food Company has 11 serving stations “offering everything from a well seasoned steak, to jambalaya with jumbo shrimp, Chinese chicken salad and delicate pastries.”
And William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) is now home to the first airport branch of Buffalo Wild Wings, a popular sports bar known for its New York-style wings and its sauces.
And, just as I’m getting ready to spend a whole day touring JFK airport, comes this glowing article from the New York Daily News about all the great dining options there are now at this airport – including the Seafood Bar in Terminal 4, Bobby Van’s Steakhouse in the American Airlines Terminal 8, and the nine full-service restaurants at JetBlue’s Terminal 5.
Good thing I’ll be at the airport long enough to have several meals!
Have you eaten a meal – or three – at JFK lately? Please share your tips.