Flying for the Holidays? Eater’s New Guides Highlight the Best in Pre-Flight Food

Travelers have an easier way to navigate through airport restaurants this holiday season.

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One Flew South restaurant at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport

Finding food in airports often means settling for whatever’s on offer at the nearest overpriced food court.

But discerning diners can now turn to Eater’s new dining guides when passing through major U.S. airports (and Barcelona, for some reason). Some list all eateries by terminal, while others only list a handful of highlights. Most provide brief descriptions and helpful location indicators, such as the nearest gate number and whether it is before or after security.

The guides do not include the restaurants’ average meal prices, but NewsFeed thinks it’s safe to say that as long as it’s in an airport, you will feel ripped off.

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