Jet-lag (when you’re “internally desychronized”) is no fun. It’s vexing when you’ve arrived in a new city at 6 a.m. and can’t keep your eyes open. It’s maddening when it jostles you awake at 3 in the morning.
There are plenty of jet-lag remedies floating around out there. Some work. Others work only if you say a special chant. One way to insure jet-lag, as well as a hangover: an airport pub crawl that includes some – or all – of the spots in this Forbes Traveler article: America’s Best Airport Bars.
Recommended spots include: Vino Volo wine bars in Washington, D.C, Seattle, Detroit and other cities; Cibi Bistro and Wine Bar at PHL, DEN’s New Belgium Hub Bar & Grill, the Woodford Reserve Bar & Grill at the Louisville, Kentucky Airport, re:vive at JFK’s Terminal 5, Laurelwood Brewing Company pubs at PDX, and the Shipyard Brewing Company at Maine’s Portland Int’l Jetport.
Also on the list: the Sweetwater Draft House at ATL, the Heineken Lounge at EWR, and Squatters Pub and the Wasatch Brew Pub, both at the Salt Lake City airport.
Drink up, but bring aspirin.