Where to Eat at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)

Legal Sea Foods (in various guises): You're never very far from a Legal in Logan, and the many permutations of the chain are all reliable choices for raw bar, lobster, fish & chips, and so forth. The most interesting of the lot is the Legal Test Kitchen, where you'll find the occasional exciting flourish. [Legal Test Kitchen, post-security, terminal A, gate A5; Legal C Bar, pre-security, terminal B; Legal Sea Foods, post-security, terminal B, gate B8; Legal Sea Foods, post-security, terminal C, gate 12, and a new location in the new terminal B connector at gate B26]
Stephanie's: Opened in 2014, this 120-seat sibling of Stephanie's on Newbury, Stephi's on Tremont, and Stephi's in Southie features a full bar. [Terminal B connector, gate B24]

Harpoon Tap Room: A satellite of Boston's Harpoon Brewery, the Tap Room serves standard pub fare including chowder, sandwiches, and fish & chips. And of course, there's beer — up to ten locally-brewed draughts, including limited batches. [Post-security, terminal A, gate A20]
Cisco Brew Pub: Like Harpoon, the Cisco Brew Pub is a safe choice for beer and full-service pub food (burgers, lobster rolls, and the like). [Post-security: terminal B, American Airlines departures]

Todd English's Bonfire: Celeb chef Todd English got his start in Boston, and, for better or for worse, Bonfire has remained an outpost of his now sprawling empire (and with Olives done, it's one of his last Boston outposts.) Steaks with South American and European treatment are the main fare, along with tacos, tapas, and, what the heck, a Kobe beef hot dog. [Post-security, terminal B, gate B36]
Dine Boston: Periodically, different guest chefs from prominent local restaurants create a new menu that pays homage to seasonal ingredients. Chefs have included Andy Husbands of Tremont 647, Jose Duarte of Taranta, and Alberto Cabre of Casa B. There's a full-service restaurant and a cafe. [Pre-security, terminal E, level 3]

Potbelly Sandwich Shop: This Chicago-based chain serves cookies, shakes, and salads in addition to the restaurant's best-known item: toasted sandwiches. Though it's a sandwich chain in an airport, it's a sandwich chain in an airport with a cult following. And at some hours, it may be your only option, open from 5 a.m. until the last flight comes in. Potbelly has recently added three Boston-area locations — two downtown and one in Porter Square — and they've been fairly well-received. [Post-security, terminal C, gate C11]
Vino Volo: A restaurant and wine shop with small plates and entrees organized by red and white. For instance: smoked salmon and crabmeat crostini (white). [Post-security, two locations: terminal E, gate E6 and terminal A satellite, gates 13-22]

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