October Is Restaurant Month At An Airport Near You

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    Stuck on a long layover, and looking for a proper meal? Or perhaps you're tired of the cheese, crackers, and trail mix in the lounge and want to get something real to eat.Well, you're in luck as this October is restaurant month. At 26 HMSHost airport restaurants, spanning 20 airports across the country, a special set menu is being offered for a flat fee of $17-$25, excluding tax and tip. This has been modeled off of the "Restaurant Week" concept offered annually in many cities, and in my experience provides great bang-for-your-buck.Here's the list of participating restaurants - happy eating!Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport – Atlanta ChophouseBoston Logan International Airport – Todd English’s Bonfire, Todd English’s OzoneCharlotte Douglas International Airport – Beaudevin (wine bar)Newark Liberty International Airport – Belgian Beer CaféHonolulu International Airport – PGA TOUR GrillWashington Dulles International Airport – Moes’s Deli & BarJohn F. Kennedy International Airport – SOHO Bistro, Todd EnglishMcCarran International Airport – Chophouse, PGA TOUR GrillLos Angeles International Airport – GladstonesMiami International Airport – Casa BacardiMinneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport – Itasca, Northern Lights GrillGeneral Mitchell International Airport – Miller BrewhouseChicago O’Hare International Airport – Goose IslandPhoenix Sky Harbor International Airport – Cowboy CiaoRaleigh–Durham International Airport – Vintage NC Wine Bar, 42nd St. Oyster Bar, ACC American CaféSan Diego International Airport – PGA TOUR GrillSeattle–Tacoma International Airport – Dungeness Bay Seafood HouseTampa International Airport – Sam SneadsToronto Pearson International Airport – Molson PubMontréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport – Cabine M

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