We talk about dining at the big airports, the likes of ATL
, and such, all the time. But what about the small airports (less than 1 million pax/year)?
I'll start with two: SWF
and (my hometown airport) FWA
. When I flew out of SWF
on (defunct) Skybus, the choices were decent. There was a Quiznos before security (I like Quiznos-no problem there), and a small cafe attached to the Hudson News after security that had decent but expensive food.
on the other hand, is a different story. There's two options, both run by the same company (Air Host
, not to be confused with HMSHost/Autogrill). There's a sit-down restaurant before security that is so-so with dated decor, and a small snack bar after security that's not that good. However, First Class Concessions (which handles food at OKC
, and some stands at PHX T2
, among others) is taking over in May, and plans on revamping the menus, atmosphere, and seating. One of the Fort Wayne local papers has an article here: http://www.journalgazette.net/article/20091222/LOCAL/312229971
What about your hometown small airports/other small airports you have visited?