Where to Eat at LaGuardia Airport (LGA)

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    t can be hard to find something good to eat at the airport, especially if you don't have a lot of time to search around. But, there are a few gems out there if you know where to go. Just in time for the big holiday travel weekend, here's a re-run of Eater's handy guide to eating and drinking at LaGuardia with up-to-date info about all of the restaurants in each terminal, and recommendations for where to go if you have some time to kill, or if you just need a quick bite on the way to the gate.

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    LaGuardia's Five Standouts

    [​IMG]1) Victory Grill: This new addition to Terminal C was developed by star chef Andrew Carmellini. The menu includes salads, a burger, steaks, roasted chicken, fish entrees, and raw bar offerings. The space includes a bar, so this is a great choice if you want to knock back a drink (or three) before stepping on the plane. See the menu here. [Terminal C, post-security in the Food Court]
    [​IMG]2) A Taste of Pat La Frieda: Famed meat purveyor Pat LaFrieda helped develop the meat blend for the burgers here, which are made to order, and served "with all the fixings." And there are also milkshakes, made in-house. [Terminal D, post-security]
    [​IMG]3) Vuelo Taqueria: A brand new casual Mexican concept from chef Aarón Sánchez, of Fonda and Centrico. The menu includes tacos, tortas, burritos, and breakfast items all made with quality meat and vegetables. This is the new LaGuardia restaurant that travelers seem to love the most. [Terminal C, post-security in the Food Court]
    [​IMG]4) Taste of Bisoux: Delta brought in a star-studded lineup of New York City chefs to develop its culinary redesign of Terminal D, including Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson (Balthazar, Minetta Tavern, Pastis, and more), who designed a Provencal-inspired bistro. Croque monsieurs and duck confit are among the items on the menu, and everything can be ordered to-go. [Terminal D, post-security]
    [​IMG]5) Taste of Taglaire: Dom DeMarco and Co. (from the legendary DiFara) take on the airport pizzeria at Tagliare, bringing original recipes into the terminal. Given the setting, they seem to have done pretty well for themselves. [Terminal D, post-security]
     
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