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Airport Dining

  1. Mediavore
    Chef Eric Greenspan Returns to Reality T.V.; Yoga and Food UniteThe Foundry chef takes on a new role, while snacks get served in exercise studios.
  2. Mediavore
    The Food-Yoga Overlap; Growlers’ Day in the SunPlus: yogurt doesn’t help with SAD, and Whole Foods rewards low-BMI employees, all in our morning news roundup.
  3. Openings
    Green Eggs Now Open; Maru Replaces AnjouA new cafe and sushi bar on the scene
  4. Mediavore
    When a Donut is Not a Donut; Bribery for Airport RestaurantsPlus: A piece of bread shuts down the Large Hadron Collider, and Kellogg’s removes misleading labels, all in our morning news roundup.
  5. Empire Building
    Morimoto Skewering Airports with Yakitori ConceptThe Iron Chef’s new concept has wings
  6. Terminal Cases
    Crucial: JetBlue Terminal to Offer 400 Varieties of WineWith its October opening just around the corner, it’s time to break down the new JetBlue food court by the numbers.
  7. The Gobbler
    How to Master the World of Airport DiningIt was the Gobbler’s duty, recently, to spend a sizable amount of time foraging for sustenance in the city’s major airports. We sipped yogurt smoothies at Newark International, sampled withered, entombed-looking pretzel dogs at La Guardia, nibbled hideously large Cinnabons in the company of dazed-looking Nigerian travelers at JFK. Did this grim journey lead to an expanded, almost Yoda-like knowledge on how to survive in this culinary wilderness? Absolutely! Thus, here are the Gobbler’s commandments for dining in airports:
  8. In the Magazine
    Come Fly With Us in This Week’s IssueWith all New York offers, it’s still not enough. Our appetite for change and novelty is insatiable and voracious. Good thing we have this week’s magazine! Why bother with traditional Thanksgiving, when there are so many global options here? We have recipes for Chinese Thanksgiving from Joe Ng of Chinatown Brasserie, Mexican Thanksgiving from Aaraon Sanchez of Centrico and Paladar, African Thanksgiving from Marcus Samuelsson of Aquavit, and more. And if all that isn’t novel enough, and you have to jet out of town, we can tell you where to eat while you’re waiting – both in the airport, and in the surrounding areas. Finally, if you’re sticking close to home, the Underground Gourmet suggests where to get a proper hero.