But first, Josh Ozersky talks about LaGuardia Airport's LaFrieda Burger on Ozersky TV.
Haneda International Terminal.
I had to literally hunt down a hot dog place in Chicago Midway. I could sense having a slice of deep dish or a juicy Italian beef sandwich would be pushing my luck. Passed the Chili's, the Burger King, McDonald's (of course), random bars, kiosk's with unappetizing veggie wraps and refrigerated sushi rolls. I also unfortunately heard the airport's Superdawg had been closed for some time now.
This is actually my second time visiting a Gold Coast Dogs. Had one before at Midway but could've been at a different wing. What we see here was either a Char Polish Dog or a Char Bratwurst ($4.49). I took close to twenty pictures of my meal. Must have been really bored.
Dickey's Barbecue Pit at Dallas Fort Worth was also from what I remember the only locally inspired chain. Fortunately wasn't too far from my gate (but I had close to an hour and a half to kill anyway). The meal was OK if on the high side (but when is it not?). I at least got to have some smoked Texas BBQ even if from a huge franchise.
I think I chose sausage and brisket. It was drowned in a sweeter tangy sauce which in hind site should've asked for on the side. The coleslaw was surprisingly good. I'm not too picky about Mac-n-Cheese. For all practical purposes a success.
BTW I noticed we have a Nathan's Famous in Lindbergh Field. I can't remember which terminal. Maybe the commuter.
Not complaining, I happen to like Nathan's.. But at LAX' Bradley International last I've seen a Pink's outpost.
Very good for them. My very mild rant for the weekend.