Massachusetts: There Are New Local Restaurants At Logan Airport’s Terminal E
If your 2024 travel plans include flying internationally, Logan Airport’s Terminal E will be a lot more accommodating. With the expanded terminal comes a more extensive variety of options. In fact, four new restaurants are located within Terminal E at Logan Airport.
“Boston Logan International Airport’s expanded international terminal offers travelers four new gates and host of new places to eat and shop,” NBC Boston explained.
In total, there are now 16 dining options at Terminal E. This includes the Dunkin’ spots for travelers to grab a quick coffee or glazed donut.
Now, additional local favorites are available to you before heading out overseas. Still standing strong is New England fan-favorite, Legal Seafood. Newbury Street’s upscale establishment, Stephanie’s also has a spot in Terminal E. Also in the neighborhood is Sal’s Pizza, and Wahlburgers (the pride of Mark and Donnie Wahlberg).
There Are Classic New England Restaurants All Over Logan Airport
Though Terminal E is getting the most attention, the other four terminals at Logan also feature a variety of local flavors. For example, there’s a Harpoon Brewery and a Boston Bruins bar within Terminal A. Perhaps the most unique New England icon is within Terminal B. That’s where you will find Kelly’s Roast Beef (plus a Not Your Average Joe’s). East Boston’s legendary pizza establishment, Santarpio’s, is towards the back of Terminal C, not too far from Davio’s Steakhouse.
Beyond great new dining options, Terminal E at Logan airport now has other improvements. This also includes four new gates. The initial expansion was approved in 2018. “The 320,000-square-foot building addition that cost more than half a billion dollars adds new amenities and four gates to the airport’s international terminal, bringing the total to 16,” WCVB stated.
MassPort has photos posted to the website where you can see all of the upgrades at Terminal E. This modernization includes new glass windows that shade the sun.