59. Manchester-Boston Regional
Don’t worry, friends. There is a Dunkin' Donuts. And a Shipyard Pub, which is, in all seriousness, pretty great. And also two vending machines for snacks. So maybe you should worry?
58. Portland International Jetport
Since Portland, OR already got the name “airport”, Maine graciously offered to take “jetport”, which sounds cooler, anyway. And people with jets can eat at Linda Bean’s Lobster Cafe and a Shipyard Brewport. But if they want any other food, they have to bring it with them in plastic containers.
57. Louisville International
Woodford Reserve Bar & Grill, the only good option, is by the ticket desks. Which is great... if you love showing up at a busy airport obnoxiously early just to get a well-made Manhattan. Otherwise, you’re limited to a Quiznos, a Chili’s Too, a kiosk, and a bar called Stars of Louisville Sports Pub, which sounds like a glorious neighborhood bar with signed old-school pictures of approximately 13 really amazing basketball players and maybe three horses. But it’s not: it’s a place where you can order alcohol with your Pizza Hut and WingStreet.