Airport Food That's Actually Good
Once a well-deserved punch line, airport cuisine is undergoing a major renaissance. High-profile chefs, local street food purveyors and award-winning cocktailers are checking in at the once humble concourse. JS contributor Emily Saladino explores the world’s best airports for hungry travelers
Modmarket Launches Second Outpost at the Denver International Airport
The dining options at DIA just keep getting better. A second Modmarket is now open at the Denver International Airport's in Concourse C, near Gate 28. The first outpost of the health-centric eatery opened in January in Concourse B. This new Modmarket, the 10th Colorado location of the health-centric eatery, offers travelers a similar menu to Concourse B with the addition of brick oven pizzas, local craft beers (draft and bottled), plus several red and white wines.
Fresh Produce at the Airport? Eating on the Fly Just Got a Lot Less Grim
For most Americans, eating at airports “on the fly” means settling for a bite that is neither nutritious nor well priced. Luckily, the times they are a-changin’ thanks to the new wave of airport food...One such vendor is Tastes on the Fly, which operates Napa Farms Market. There, travelers find offerings from local producers such as Cowgirl Creamery, Acme Bread, Equator Coffee, and Frog Hollow Farms. Another selling point? The chef, Tyler Florence, is a partner, and the menu includes a “Tyler Florence Fresh” section featuring organic roasted chicken and seasonal salads. For East Coasters, Tastes on the Fly runs a similar concept, Berkshire Farms Market, in Terminal B of Boston’s Logan International Airport. Produce is sourced directly from farms and producers in Western Massachusetts, like cured meats from New England Charcuterie in Waltham and desserts from Salem bakery Melita Fiore.
This App Makes Eating at SFO Sort Of Great
Starting with AirGrub, a new app that lets you order good food on your way to the airport and has that good food waiting for you as soon as you get through security... Perry’s. Napa Farms Market. Yankee Pier. Those are some restaurants that are currently in on this. And if that sounds like something you’d be into sometime between now and your next flight, download the app and..
Rep. Richard Neal applauds success of Berkshire Farms Market at Boston's Logan Airport
Earlier this month U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal marked the one-year anniversary of Berkshire Farms Market in Logan International Airport's Terminal B connector, the newest grab-and-go retail outlet which specializes in bringing outposts of local dining establishments to airports. The success of the market is a significant contribution to artisan food makers in the Berkshire region. Berkshire Farms Market was projected to achieve $1.7 million in sales for its first year and surpassed their goal to reach $3.4 million.
Where to Eat at Boston Logan
"The best meal of your entire life: it probably wasn't in an airport. However, airports can make for good eating with a little help from your friends at Eater. Back again in time for Memorial Day travel, it's the Eater Boston guide to dining at Logan. The airport has several serviceable restaurants within its walls, and nearby options abound for traveling locals or visitors on layover." The list includes every Tastes on the Fly restaurant.
The search for America’s best food cities: San Francisco
From touchdown, no other city in the country whets my appetite like San Francisco, where arrivals at Terminal 2 at SFO are welcomed with a feast. ...Most impressive of all is the 5,000-square-foot Napa Farms Market, stocked with eats from Acme Bread Company and Cowgirl Creamery, among other local treasures, and alongside a wine bar where Northern California labels are poured.
The 10 Best Restaurants at Denver International Airport 2015
Denver International Airport celebrates its twentieth anniversary on Saturday, and while restaurants, bars and food concessions have been a big part of DIA since the beginning, newcomers to the airport's Jeppesen terminal and three concourses have made it one of the top in the nation for good food. Denver fast-casual chain Modmarket opened its newest branch at DIA in January and plans to add a second in the spring. Fans will recognize the farm-fresh produce and well-crafted salads, pizzas and sandwiches from the company's multiple locations around town. A stop at Modmarket is the perfect pre-flight plan for modern travelers looking for energy without heavier, fried options so common in airport food courts.
New healthy F&B concession opens at Denver
Travellers at Denver International Airport have a new, healthy dining option with the opening of Colorado-based eatery Modmarket. The 900sqft restaurant is located in the center of the B Concourse, and the menu has been compiled using simple, whole ingredients.
Modmarket on B Gates boosts healthy dining options at Denver airport
Modmarket has opened at Denver International Airport, giving travelers looking for a fast, healthy meal option a new choice at the center of the B Concourse.
62 of Boston’s best new restaurants
Yes, this shop is in the airport, but shouldn’t travelers get to eat well? This is a huge improvement over typical grab-and-go fare, with fresh breads and pastries, salads and sandwiches, and a host of juice and smoothie options. Plus, the artisan products from Western Massachusetts — jams, syrups, chocolates, soaps — make far better souvenirs than lobster bibs.