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Best Airport Restaurants and Other Time Killers

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Boston

Bonfire, Logan International Airport

Todd English continues to expand his empire with the third outpost of his South American–inspired steak house, Bonfire, at Terminal B. Grilled chicharrones (crispy pork in chimichurri sauce) and skirt steak topped with chipotle aioli and avocado crema are standouts. bonfiresteakhouse.com.

London

Plane Restaurant, Heathrow Airport

Gordon Ramsay’s first airport restaurant opens this month in Terminal 5. In addition to a Michelin star–worthy menu (braised pork cheeks with honey and cloves and brioche French toast with treacle-cured bacon in the mornings), travelers can opt for special “picnics”-to-go. baa.com.

Stockholm

Max, Arlanda Airport

A cross between In-N-Out Burger and McDonald’s, Max is a family-run Swedish fast-food chain that dates back to 1968. Now it has brought its brand of trans-fat-free, made-to-order Swedish burgers and crispy fries to the capital’s airport (Terminal 4). For those trying to stay fit while on the road, there’s the Delifresh menu, including a chicken burger served with fresh fruit salad. max.se.

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