The best and worst of airport cuisine
With many airlines eliminating in-flight meals or suddenly charging for them, especially on shorter hops, airport dining is suddenly becoming a big deal. According to the Wall Street Journal, the San Francisco airport recently added 45 food vendors, Seattle-Tacoma just opened a new 10-restaurant food court, and Minneapolis-St. Paul is busy welcoming 17 new restaurants. The WSJ has taken a tour of 15 airports and surveyed their dining offerings. They recommend the Grand Hyatt in Dallas but poke fun at the lack of steak knives—a security precaution—at the Outback Steakhouse in Cincinatti.