Travel Changes That Will Affect You in 2014

By Wendy Perrin - 2014-01-03T17:02:51Z

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U.S. Airports Become Places to Go for Dinner

Wolfgang Puck, watch out. Celebrity chefs identified with certain U.S. cities are opening outposts of their popular restaurants at their local airport. This year Denver chef Justin Cucci of Root Down opened a branch of his popular field-to-fork restaurant at Denver International; Chicago chef Rick Bayless opened a sit-down Tortas Frontera in O’Hare’s international terminal; Houston chef Bryan Caswell brought 3rd Bar Oyster and Eating House to George Bush Intercontinental; and, in Los Angeles, Top Chef winner Michael Voltaggio opened an outlet of Ink.Sack at LAX.  Expected soon at LAX: James Beard Award-winning chef Suzanne Goin’s Larder at Tavern.

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