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There is a small, decent wine bar (I think in
the B Concourse) that has good sandwiches and salads on the menu. Downside-
at peak travel time it is tough to get seated and finish your meal before
you have to run and get your connecting flight.
sent by Scott Tomlin, 5 September 2002
For Philadelphia (PHL) you have some good
news and some better news.
The good news is that there is a mall-type food court PAST security
for Concourses B & C. Nothing special, mind you, but for one exception,
but at least you get a wide choice.
The better news is that there is a branch of a
GREAT Philadelphia fine foods store in that concourse: Caviar
Assouline. They have an excellent selection of gourmet sandwiches
and salads and, if you wish to be the absolute envy of your flight, they'll
sell you an ounce of Beluga caviar at a very competitive price. Not to
sent by William G. Gaboda, 6 September 2002