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The Latest on Uber and LYFT at LAX

Are you an Uber LAX supporter? Are you tired of paying the taxi company’s outrageous $19 minimum to hail a cab at LAX? Does the phrase “LYFT LAX” sound like sweet, sweet music to your traveling ears? If so, read on for where we stand on the all-important question of Uber and Lyft picking up…

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Would You Pay $10 for Yogurt?

“That’ll be $9.76. Is that okay?” That was exactly the question posed to me by the cashier at the La Provence Bakery at LAX’s Terminal 4. It was very early on a Sunday morning and I was hungry after rushing into an Uber without breakfast. I wanted something light before my flight to Louisville and…

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SeaLegs LAX Menus and More

Got wine? SeaLegs does. The popular Huntington Beach wine bar just opened up their second location and it happens to be in Terminal 2 at LAX. Expect an extensive wine list, cocktails, craft beers, and a full food menu. All of which are detailed below in the menus and photos:

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BREAKING: LAX Officially Approves Uber and Lyft!

 Make sure to check out Fly&Dine’s Uber LAX Guide! What a year it’s been for Uber in Los Angeles. The ride-sharing service introduced Uber Pool, Uber Eats (formerly Uber Fresh), and cut the costs of UberX down significantly. Now comes word that LAX airport officials have agreed to let ride-share services actually operate at the…

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New Airport Service Lets You Skip the Line

You’ve got thirty minutes to make it from Terminal A to Terminal D. There’s a SkyTrain, a giant tour group of Broadway-loving senior citizens, and roughly four million courtesy carts standing between you and your next flight. If that wasn’t bad enough, you haven’t eaten for eight hours and your next flight won’t have anything…

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Your Airplane Food Nightmare Has Come True

We here at Fly&Dine know (perhaps better than most) that food on airplanes is a touchy subject. Passengers complain about the quality — or lack thereof — on a regular basis. Airlines do their best, but with massive restrictions and increasing pressure on their bottom lines, spending money on top notch meals isn’t a huge…

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