The 10 Best U.S. Airports for Food

In 2022, the region's largest airport, located thirteen miles south of Downtown San Francisco, transported nearly 10 million passengers to and from their destinations. 

1. San Francisco International Airport

Five Guys, Krispy Kreme, and Jersey Mike's are among the many chain options available if you're searching for something quick and reliable.

2. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Artisanal pastries, cheese-stuffed burgers, and clam chowder can be found throughout the terminals of this airport.

3. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

The abundance of local specialties such as oysters, gumbo, and fish on menus throughout the terminals is adored by travelers. 

4. Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport

Portland International Airport is consistently ranked as one of the finest airports in the nation, and the city's dining scene is among the best in the nation. 

5. Portland International Airport

From sports bars and tables with aquarium views to authentic Neapolitan pizzas, Tampa International Airport offers a surprising variety.

6. Tampa International Airport

Ten years ago, the culinary scene at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, or Sea-Tac as it is more commonly known, was entirely different.

7. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

 If you want one last sample of the city's infamous hot chicken before leaving, travelers recommend 400 Degrees Hot Chicken in Concourse C.

8. Nashville International Airport

The terminal halls of Austin's international airport are lined with local restaurants and stores, which is fitting for a city so committed to fostering local communities.

9. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

Detroit's restaurant selection is well-balanced to accommodate travelers with varying schedules: quick bites, a cup of coffee while rushing to a gate, or a two-hour lunch. 

10. Detroit Metropolitan Airport

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