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Nov 21, 2010 06:42 PM

airport food

Have an hour and a half between flights. That won't give us enough time to leave the airport for anyting chow worthy. Any airport food worth seeking out during that time?

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  1. I have to change planes there on the way back after Thanksgiving, here is what I found

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    1. re: enbell

      Thanks for the link. My guess is that Southwest is in Concours C. Can anyone confirm?

      1. re: dimsumgirl

        According to Southwest's website, they operate mostly out of concourse C, but have two gates in concourse B.

    2. So in Concourse B and C what would be the recommended eateries? TIA.

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      1. re: dimsumgirl

        My advice: bring something from home. Seriously. I have yet to find ANY decent food at the Vegas airport. Concourse C mostly has Burger King and a "Mexican" place that is more of a bar and isn't worth the money. Concourse B's best option is Chilis To Go. You get the picture. Actually, I take that back: there is a taco place towards the end of Concourse B that at least has a salsa bar and will hand-grill you a quesadilla. (But the burritos there don't look very good). Unfortunately, I'm blanking on the name of the place. The only time I've eaten there was at 6:30 am when I was half-awake but wanted SOMETHING before getting on the plane...and the "breakfast quesadilla" was ok.

        1. re: janetofreno

          I agree completely! I just flew in late last night. Soot, even a cup a yogurt was like 2 bucks! I took fruit and a couple luna bars instead. I had some time to kill though so I did wander around. C has that Mexican place, Burger King a pizza place, a bagel/deli, subway and a few coffee places - plus the token cinabon of course! In between concourse C and B, I think there is a bar and grill, and UNO pizzeria and a Nathan's hot dog stand. B had a Wolfgang Puck to go station, a cheesesteak restaurant, port of subs and frozen yogurt - on the other side is a burrito restaurant called 360 degrees (I think the local place Janet referred to), and a smoothie counter. I was just cruising to kill time, but nothing looked particularly good. Happy travels :)