Terminal Health: How to Eat Smart at the Airport

A gourmet air-traveler's hub-by-hub guide to dining.

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

John F. Kennedy International

The Takeaway: Balducci's (Terminals 2, 3, 7)
Fresh-made salads, low-carb sandwiches, and cured meats from a New York City icon.

The Restaurant: Deep Blue Sushi (JetBlue Terminal 5)
Michael Schulson, who put Buddakan on the map, oversees the production of can't-miss dishes like the Kobe-beef tataki rolls.

The Chain: Todd English's Bonfire Steakhouse (Terminals 2, 7)
You'll be given a dull knife (security), but with the perfectly cooked, medium-rare grass-fed filet, you won't need much of an edge.

Above: Todd English's Bonfire Steakhouse at JFK.

Photo: Courtesy of Todd English Enterprises

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