With Thanksgiving travel season under way, Food & Wine magazine has put out their "ultimate airport dining survival guide" to point holiday travelers to the best bets in the nation's terminals. My personal out-of-town favorite, La Carreta at Miami International, made the list for its Cubanos. And, of course, Pappadeaux at IAH made the list. At D/FW, two familiar names made the list: Cousin's Barbecue and La Bodega Winery.
Here's what the entries say:
- Cousin’s Barbecue: As with the Charlotte, North Carolina, airport, your best bets here are barbecue and local wines, both found in terminal D. Cousin’s (near gate 28 and in terminal B, gate 27) offers Texas standards like smoked brisket, ribs, sausage and pinto beans.
- La Bodega Winery: Near gate 14, you’ll find a tasting room from La Bodega Winery in Grapevine, Texas, selling wines by the bottle or the glass. There’s another location in terminal A, at gate 15.
The full list is here.
- Bryon Okada