The delicious food we see on popular cooking channels and in magazines now appears in the Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Airport food — once the bottom rung on the culinary ladder — is reinventing itself with the help of local mainstays such as 42nd St. Oyster Bar, Carolina Ale House, and Brookwood Farms. The local establishments were encouraged to branch out due to the trend in elevating airport fare. Instead of a cold bagel or stale coffee, Raleigh travelers now have options such as North Carolina catfish and Carolina Brewing Company Pale Ale. These menu items offer a quick, local taste that outlasts any layover.
Raleigh-Durham International Airport
2400 West Terminal Boulevard
Morrisville, N.C. 27560