Jerry Seinfeld Talks Airline Food on Reddit

Reddit keeps me up-to-date on the latest and greatest on the Internet and a regular feature on the site is the AMA, which stands for Ask Me Anything. Essentially, somebody interesting offers to do a Q&A. Today, it was Jerry Seinfeld and while he doesn’t answer every question posed to him, he did answer the…

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Tales from the Runway: EWR 1/2/14

Tales from the Runway features stories of air travel terror and delight from the Fly&Dine community. Here’s Jess Kapadia, associate editor at Food Republic, on her experience flying into Newark during the biggest snowstorm of the year: Speaking of jump-starting your New Year health thing you’re totally going to stick with for the next 361…

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Can You Beer Me Now? Bell’s Brewhouse Now Open at Ford International in Grand Rapids, MI

Grand Rapids may not be a major hub of frequent flyer travel, but that doesn’t mean they can’t have great beer for those that find themselves flying in and out of Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR). Bell’s, the legendary Western Michigan craft brewers, just opened Bell’s Brewhouse back in September and their incredible beers…

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New Dining Options at LAX Terminal 4 Almost Ready

Guess who’s getting an early Christmas present/right-on-time Hanukkah present? We are. That’s right, if you travel through LAX’s Terminal 4, aka American Airlines’ West Coast hub, then you’re about to have some new dining options very, very soon. In addition to the Homeboy Cafe & Bakery and Sammy’s Wood-Fired Pizza which have already opened, it…

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Jose Garces Goes Hyper-Local in Palm Springs

Whether you’re hitting Palm Springs for a weekend away, the Palm Desert Food & Wine Festival in March, or the annual hipsters-in-the-desert extravaganza that is April’s Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival (the kids just call it Coachella), it’s always nice to know a good meal isn’t far away. Thanks to Ecuadorean-American chef Jose Garces…

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