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Airport of the Week: BOS

Aug 9, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is a made up of four large terminals and has plenty of locally based restaurants and high-quality shops to explore. Be sure to snap a photo of the beautiful Boston Harbor while you land!

BOSFood & Drink

The restaurant options are extensive and many are unique to BOS. Each terminal has everything from fast food, to sit-down, to kid-friendly. In Terminal A, head to Currito for a quick and delicious burrito bowl or Legal’s Test Kitchen for some local, Northeast seafood. Check out PGA Tour Grill in Terminal B for a cozy atmosphere to enjoy a burger and beer in. Sweet tooth? Pinkberry is located in Terminal C and word on the street is it’s some of the best frozen yogurt around! For those really on-the-go, stop at Burger King or Dunkin Donuts in Terminal E.

Here is a full list of restaurants at BOS.

ShoppingBOS

With everything from the preppy Vineyard Vines (Terminal C) to the luxurious Kiehl’s (Terminals B and E), you’ll be making some space in your carry on. Victoria’s Secret in Terminal C has a wide selection of handbags and perfumes. A great place to grab a last-minute birthday or holiday gift. If the idea of buying the girlfriend or wife a gift is appealing but you are in Terminal E, there is a Michael Kors waiting with a selection of incredible handbags, belts, and other accessories.

Here is a full list of all of the shops at BOS.

BOSApp Ride/TNC

Getting picked up from the airport could not be easier now with the App Ride/Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) parking lot. Whether you are taking an Uber or a Lyft, the App Ride/TNC makes it easy for you and your driver to find one another. Terminals A, B, C, and E have an App Ride/TNC lot. Each lot is conveniently right out of the doors of its respective terminal.

Check out this blog post on local restaurants in BOS.

 


Eat and Drink Like a Local in Boston Logan

Mar 24, 2017

Resist eating your same-old, grab-n-go airport meal the next time you travel through Boston Logan, and enjoy something local instead.  From burgers with a famous name to classic New England clam chowder, Boston Logan has you covered when it comes to delicious local food. Here are a few options that will not disappoint:

Wahlburgers (Concourse C)

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

Off the Wahl burgers at Wahlburgers!

Wahlberg is a pretty big name around Hollywood, but it may even be a bigger name in the Boston area. Like the family, Paul Wahlberg’s Wahlburgers went from a local burger joint to a big restaurant franchise. There is even a reality show of the same name, about the family. If you’re traveling through Boston Logan, you can see what the hype is about first hand; not surprisingly, Wahlburgers is known for their burgers  which are sorted on the menu by ‘hearty’ and ‘house’….depending on your mood. Try the ‘Our Burger’ or the ‘O.F.D’ (which means, “Originally from Dorschestah”!). Choose from a variety of both traditional and non-traditional toppings to make a burger your own…c’mon, when is the last time you got to choose ‘goverment cheese’ as your queso of choice?! You can also pick from a variety of sandwiches, salads, and desserts so everyone in your crew should be pleased with this option.

Insider Tip: Vegetarian and hungry for more than a salad? Try the portobello sandwich for a yummy alternative to meat.

Image Credit: Pixabay; Boston Logan

Farm to table food at Berkshire Farms Market

Berkshire Farms Market (Concourse B)

Berkshire Farms Market is partnered with Berkshire Farm and Table to bring you the freshest, most delicious food selection from local Massachusetts small businesses. Before your next flight, swap out the fast food for a salad or a sandwich made from locally-sourced ingredients. If you just need a snack, there is a juice bar with a variety of fruit and veggie options. Treat yourself with one of Klara’s Gourmet cookies and a Katalyst Kombucha to enjoy on your pending flight.

Insider Tip: Bring home some Sweet Brook Farm Maple Syrup, Bola Granola, or Berkshire Bark for a last minute gift that nobody will realize was last minute.

Vineyard Grille (Concourses B and E)

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

Can’t go wrong with a lobster roll in Boston!

Vineyard Grille is the perfect place to grab your last bit of classic New England seafood before you depart Boston Logan. Choose from fried clams, oysters, scallops or, for the ultimate experience, a lobster roll! Of course, you cannot go wrong with New England Clam Chowder served with oyster crackers (and you  might try adding Tabasco for a little kick!). If you’re not a seafood lover then Vineyard Grille also offers plenty of other delicious sandwich and salad options.

Insider Tip: Beer lovers rejoice! You can select your brew from 15 regional craft-brewed beer choices.

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

A local’s favorite beer.

Cisco Brew Pub (Concourse B)

Cisco Brewers is a popular location for locals and tourists to visit while on Nantucket. If you’re traveling through Boston Logan, you can get a taste of the nautical themed brews that gain so much traction at Cisco Brew Pub. Popular beers include Shark Tracker, Whale’s Tale, and Grey Lady. There is a menu with burgers, sandwiches, and salads to pair with your beverage.

Insider Tip: Ask your server which seasonal selections are available.

Follow us @flyinstyleapp for more travel tips and let us know what airports you have been traveling through and your favorite local bite to eat.

 


Chocolate: The Cure For Airport Stress

Jul 14, 2015

Travel delays got you feeling down at the airport? Indulge in some tasty chocolate! The delicious snack will not only satisfy your sweet tooth cravings but also releases feel-good endorphins. Stress be gone!

Pro Tip: If there’s a Duty Free store in your airport, check for travel retail confectionary exclusives. You can score some great deals on delicious chocolates! We love Godiva.

Image credit: By André Karwath aka Aka (Own work) [CC BY-SA 2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons


Cead Mile Failte from the Flight Deck! It’s St. Patrick’s Day!

Mar 16, 2015

With St. Patrick’s Day quickly approaching and many festivals and parades already over the weekend, I thought I would spread some Irish luck your way and some tips to help you celebrate in style. First some Gaelic 101: “Cead Mile Failte,” pronounced “Kay-da May-la Fall-cha,” means a hundred thousand welcomes. “Slainte!” is what you say to toast before drinking, and it is pronounced “Slahn-cha.” You are now armed with a greeting and a toast to make this the most festive St Patty’s Day ever. I was hoping to share a list of Irish pubs in airports in case you are celebrating in transit, but I never set foot in airport bars (the uniform gets funny looks), and I’ve only seen one Irish pub that looked about as Irish as a taco. So instead, I countdown for you:

 

The Aviator’s Top 5 Irish Pubs (from my travels)

 

  1. The Irish Oak MG_6165-e1352754296879

Chicago, Illinois

Nestled a block from Wrigley Field sits a place I always hit up when in the Windy City. Chicago has one of the most famous St. Patrick’s Day parades in the world with a river dyed green to show you they mean business! The Irish Oak hits all the main points for a fun pub any day of the year though if you can’t make it there for the biggest green party of the year, with solid food, properly poured Guinness, and friendly staff. With a city full of pubs and Irish heritage it’s hard to stand out and yet they succeed-I can’t resist popping in on an overnight.

 

  1. James’s Gate

Boston, Massachusetts

A few minutes out of the downtown bustle in the Jamaica Plain district of Boston sits my favorite neighborhood pub and an Irish treat. Come here hungry! The food is really tasty and I recommend sitting at the bar to get to know the crowd. Every time I enjoy a pint here, I make a new friend and hear some great (and sometimes crazy stories). “This one time at Fenway…” has started more than one tale that left me needing another pint of the dark stuff with a smile on my face.

 

  1. The Chieftain

San Francisco, California

There’s something magical about a slightly grungy pub that screams ‘locals only’ before you even walk through the front door. A post-Giants baseball game stroll led me to this gem. Unless it is March 17th, don’t expect 375px-McSorley's_Old_Ale_House_001_cropa rowdy scene. Come for a cold one and top-notch people watching. In my experience visiting this bar was more memorable than the baseball game that night and has been each time since.

 

  1. McSorley’s Old Ale House

New York City, New York

Oh man! When I first heard a pilot friend of mine describe McSorley’s almost a decade ago I knew I had to go. Hop on the subway to the village, walk the few blocks through crisscrossing streets and find yourself stepping back in time. Here are the basics: It was established in 1854 and there are 2 types of beer (dark and lite,). It’s often crowded so don’t be deterred by the ambiance. There’s a funk of dish soap and the floor is covered in sawdust. But once you anchor a spot at the bar or share a table with some soon-to-be-new-friends this place has marked its spot in your heart. This place is old school: cash only, and women were only allowed in as of 1970. It’s a pub; it looks almost exactly like what my great grandfather saw a hundred years ago when he first visited New York after emigrating from Ireland to Philadelphia. It’s as real as it gets without the 7-hour ride across the pond to the homeland.

 

  1. Ha’penny Bridge Inn image-hapenny-bridge-2

Dublin, Ireland

You didn’t think I was going to give you a list of favorite Irish pubs without naming one in Ireland, did you?! Ha’penny Bridge Inn sits on the River Liffey in Dublin next to the Temple Bar district. Do yourself a favor and see Temple Bar. See all the famous names and pretty facades. Then go here and get your drink. I was fortunate to have a local recommend that to me. I now buy that local a pint of Magners any time I’m in Dublin. He isn’t just a friend, but my patron saint of great pubs with low tourism and a high local vibe. Thanks Finn! I won’t describe this place at all.

Just go. Enjoy the real Ireland. Don’t be a loud American with a million questions. The Irish hate questions. They love stories and having a good crack. That’s slang for jokes and teasing your friends.

 

Slainte from the flight deck!

The Aviator


Airport of the Week: BOS

Aug 9, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is a made up of four large terminals and has plenty of locally based restaurants and high-quality shops to explore. Be sure to snap a photo of the beautiful Boston Harbor while you land!

BOSFood & Drink

The restaurant options are extensive and many are unique to BOS. Each terminal has everything from fast food, to sit-down, to kid-friendly. In Terminal A, head to Currito for a quick and delicious burrito bowl or Legal’s Test Kitchen for some local, Northeast seafood. Check out PGA Tour Grill in Terminal B for a cozy atmosphere to enjoy a burger and beer in. Sweet tooth? Pinkberry is located in Terminal C and word on the street is it’s some of the best frozen yogurt around! For those really on-the-go, stop at Burger King or Dunkin Donuts in Terminal E.

Here is a full list of restaurants at BOS.

ShoppingBOS

With everything from the preppy Vineyard Vines (Terminal C) to the luxurious Kiehl’s (Terminals B and E), you’ll be making some space in your carry on. Victoria’s Secret in Terminal C has a wide selection of handbags and perfumes. A great place to grab a last-minute birthday or holiday gift. If the idea of buying the girlfriend or wife a gift is appealing but you are in Terminal E, there is a Michael Kors waiting with a selection of incredible handbags, belts, and other accessories.

Here is a full list of all of the shops at BOS.

BOSApp Ride/TNC

Getting picked up from the airport could not be easier now with the App Ride/Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) parking lot. Whether you are taking an Uber or a Lyft, the App Ride/TNC makes it easy for you and your driver to find one another. Terminals A, B, C, and E have an App Ride/TNC lot. Each lot is conveniently right out of the doors of its respective terminal.

Check out this blog post on local restaurants in BOS.

 


Eat and Drink Like a Local in Boston Logan

Mar 24, 2017

Resist eating your same-old, grab-n-go airport meal the next time you travel through Boston Logan, and enjoy something local instead.  From burgers with a famous name to classic New England clam chowder, Boston Logan has you covered when it comes to delicious local food. Here are a few options that will not disappoint:

Wahlburgers (Concourse C)

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

Off the Wahl burgers at Wahlburgers!

Wahlberg is a pretty big name around Hollywood, but it may even be a bigger name in the Boston area. Like the family, Paul Wahlberg’s Wahlburgers went from a local burger joint to a big restaurant franchise. There is even a reality show of the same name, about the family. If you’re traveling through Boston Logan, you can see what the hype is about first hand; not surprisingly, Wahlburgers is known for their burgers  which are sorted on the menu by ‘hearty’ and ‘house’….depending on your mood. Try the ‘Our Burger’ or the ‘O.F.D’ (which means, “Originally from Dorschestah”!). Choose from a variety of both traditional and non-traditional toppings to make a burger your own…c’mon, when is the last time you got to choose ‘goverment cheese’ as your queso of choice?! You can also pick from a variety of sandwiches, salads, and desserts so everyone in your crew should be pleased with this option.

Insider Tip: Vegetarian and hungry for more than a salad? Try the portobello sandwich for a yummy alternative to meat.

Image Credit: Pixabay; Boston Logan

Farm to table food at Berkshire Farms Market

Berkshire Farms Market (Concourse B)

Berkshire Farms Market is partnered with Berkshire Farm and Table to bring you the freshest, most delicious food selection from local Massachusetts small businesses. Before your next flight, swap out the fast food for a salad or a sandwich made from locally-sourced ingredients. If you just need a snack, there is a juice bar with a variety of fruit and veggie options. Treat yourself with one of Klara’s Gourmet cookies and a Katalyst Kombucha to enjoy on your pending flight.

Insider Tip: Bring home some Sweet Brook Farm Maple Syrup, Bola Granola, or Berkshire Bark for a last minute gift that nobody will realize was last minute.

Vineyard Grille (Concourses B and E)

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

Can’t go wrong with a lobster roll in Boston!

Vineyard Grille is the perfect place to grab your last bit of classic New England seafood before you depart Boston Logan. Choose from fried clams, oysters, scallops or, for the ultimate experience, a lobster roll! Of course, you cannot go wrong with New England Clam Chowder served with oyster crackers (and you  might try adding Tabasco for a little kick!). If you’re not a seafood lover then Vineyard Grille also offers plenty of other delicious sandwich and salad options.

Insider Tip: Beer lovers rejoice! You can select your brew from 15 regional craft-brewed beer choices.

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

A local’s favorite beer.

Cisco Brew Pub (Concourse B)

Cisco Brewers is a popular location for locals and tourists to visit while on Nantucket. If you’re traveling through Boston Logan, you can get a taste of the nautical themed brews that gain so much traction at Cisco Brew Pub. Popular beers include Shark Tracker, Whale’s Tale, and Grey Lady. There is a menu with burgers, sandwiches, and salads to pair with your beverage.

Insider Tip: Ask your server which seasonal selections are available.

Follow us @flyinstyleapp for more travel tips and let us know what airports you have been traveling through and your favorite local bite to eat.

 


Harpoon Tap Room: A Boston staple

Aug 24, 2014

A satellite of Boston’s Harpoon Brewery, the Tap Room is a go-to for local and traveling beer snobs. Boston locals rave about the joint’s selection of IPAs, and with 4-5 Harpoon exclusive beers on tap, it might be hard to try them all in one visit. Plus, a pint will only set you back $6 or so. We see why it’s ranked as a Boston favorite year after year.

Bonus Tip: The paninis are stellar. Pair a fresh pint with a panini du jour.


Airport of the Week: BOS

Aug 9, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is a made up of four large terminals and has plenty of locally based restaurants and high-quality shops to explore. Be sure to snap a photo of the beautiful Boston Harbor while you land!

BOSFood & Drink

The restaurant options are extensive and many are unique to BOS. Each terminal has everything from fast food, to sit-down, to kid-friendly. In Terminal A, head to Currito for a quick and delicious burrito bowl or Legal’s Test Kitchen for some local, Northeast seafood. Check out PGA Tour Grill in Terminal B for a cozy atmosphere to enjoy a burger and beer in. Sweet tooth? Pinkberry is located in Terminal C and word on the street is it’s some of the best frozen yogurt around! For those really on-the-go, stop at Burger King or Dunkin Donuts in Terminal E.

Here is a full list of restaurants at BOS.

ShoppingBOS

With everything from the preppy Vineyard Vines (Terminal C) to the luxurious Kiehl’s (Terminals B and E), you’ll be making some space in your carry on. Victoria’s Secret in Terminal C has a wide selection of handbags and perfumes. A great place to grab a last-minute birthday or holiday gift. If the idea of buying the girlfriend or wife a gift is appealing but you are in Terminal E, there is a Michael Kors waiting with a selection of incredible handbags, belts, and other accessories.

Here is a full list of all of the shops at BOS.

BOSApp Ride/TNC

Getting picked up from the airport could not be easier now with the App Ride/Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) parking lot. Whether you are taking an Uber or a Lyft, the App Ride/TNC makes it easy for you and your driver to find one another. Terminals A, B, C, and E have an App Ride/TNC lot. Each lot is conveniently right out of the doors of its respective terminal.

Check out this blog post on local restaurants in BOS.

 


Eat and Drink Like a Local in Boston Logan

Mar 24, 2017

Resist eating your same-old, grab-n-go airport meal the next time you travel through Boston Logan, and enjoy something local instead.  From burgers with a famous name to classic New England clam chowder, Boston Logan has you covered when it comes to delicious local food. Here are a few options that will not disappoint:

Wahlburgers (Concourse C)

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

Off the Wahl burgers at Wahlburgers!

Wahlberg is a pretty big name around Hollywood, but it may even be a bigger name in the Boston area. Like the family, Paul Wahlberg’s Wahlburgers went from a local burger joint to a big restaurant franchise. There is even a reality show of the same name, about the family. If you’re traveling through Boston Logan, you can see what the hype is about first hand; not surprisingly, Wahlburgers is known for their burgers  which are sorted on the menu by ‘hearty’ and ‘house’….depending on your mood. Try the ‘Our Burger’ or the ‘O.F.D’ (which means, “Originally from Dorschestah”!). Choose from a variety of both traditional and non-traditional toppings to make a burger your own…c’mon, when is the last time you got to choose ‘goverment cheese’ as your queso of choice?! You can also pick from a variety of sandwiches, salads, and desserts so everyone in your crew should be pleased with this option.

Insider Tip: Vegetarian and hungry for more than a salad? Try the portobello sandwich for a yummy alternative to meat.

Image Credit: Pixabay; Boston Logan

Farm to table food at Berkshire Farms Market

Berkshire Farms Market (Concourse B)

Berkshire Farms Market is partnered with Berkshire Farm and Table to bring you the freshest, most delicious food selection from local Massachusetts small businesses. Before your next flight, swap out the fast food for a salad or a sandwich made from locally-sourced ingredients. If you just need a snack, there is a juice bar with a variety of fruit and veggie options. Treat yourself with one of Klara’s Gourmet cookies and a Katalyst Kombucha to enjoy on your pending flight.

Insider Tip: Bring home some Sweet Brook Farm Maple Syrup, Bola Granola, or Berkshire Bark for a last minute gift that nobody will realize was last minute.

Vineyard Grille (Concourses B and E)

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

Can’t go wrong with a lobster roll in Boston!

Vineyard Grille is the perfect place to grab your last bit of classic New England seafood before you depart Boston Logan. Choose from fried clams, oysters, scallops or, for the ultimate experience, a lobster roll! Of course, you cannot go wrong with New England Clam Chowder served with oyster crackers (and you  might try adding Tabasco for a little kick!). If you’re not a seafood lover then Vineyard Grille also offers plenty of other delicious sandwich and salad options.

Insider Tip: Beer lovers rejoice! You can select your brew from 15 regional craft-brewed beer choices.

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

A local’s favorite beer.

Cisco Brew Pub (Concourse B)

Cisco Brewers is a popular location for locals and tourists to visit while on Nantucket. If you’re traveling through Boston Logan, you can get a taste of the nautical themed brews that gain so much traction at Cisco Brew Pub. Popular beers include Shark Tracker, Whale’s Tale, and Grey Lady. There is a menu with burgers, sandwiches, and salads to pair with your beverage.

Insider Tip: Ask your server which seasonal selections are available.

Follow us @flyinstyleapp for more travel tips and let us know what airports you have been traveling through and your favorite local bite to eat.

 


Chocolate: The Cure For Airport Stress

Jul 14, 2015

Travel delays got you feeling down at the airport? Indulge in some tasty chocolate! The delicious snack will not only satisfy your sweet tooth cravings but also releases feel-good endorphins. Stress be gone!

Pro Tip: If there’s a Duty Free store in your airport, check for travel retail confectionary exclusives. You can score some great deals on delicious chocolates! We love Godiva.

Image credit: By André Karwath aka Aka (Own work) [CC BY-SA 2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons


Healthy Food That Satisfies (Terminals B & C)

Sep 8, 2014

At UFood, delicious, satisfying, and low-fat are not mutually exclusive. The egg white, cheese, and turkey bacon sandwich is fresh, filling, and fewer than 300 calories. It’s the type of meal that will leave you energized for your next leg.

UFood has locations in Terminals B & C


Find Your Admirals Club

Oct 1, 2014

The luxury lounge offered by American Airlines is available in more than 50 airports (including this one) worldwide. These private areas offer a mix of casual and professional amenities to transform your airport experience. Memberships are available annually (starting at $400), monthly ($99) and daily ($50).

The Admirals Club is located in…

United States & Canada:

  • Atlanta (ATL)  is located in Concourse T near Gate T10,
  • Austin (AUS) is located near Gate 13
  • Boston (BOS) is located in Terminal B, upper level and serves Gates 4-13
  • Buffalo (BUF) is located near Gate 6
  • Charlotte (CLT) is located in Concourse B (Gate 3-5), and the intersection of Concourses C & D
  • Chicago (ORD) is located in Terminal 3, Concourse G near Gate G8 and Terminal 3 in the crosswalk between Gates H6 and K6
  • Dallas (DFW) is located in Terminal A near Gate 24
  • Denver (DEN) is located in near the pedestrian bridge to main terminal
  • Honolulu (HNL) is located in the central lobby of overseas terminal .
  • Los Angeles (LAX) in Terminal 4 (Gate 40) Terminal 4 Regional Terminal (Gate C)
  • Miami (MIA)  in Concourse D (Gate D30) and (Gate D15)
  • New York (LGA) is located in Terminal D near Gate 1

Central & South America:

  • Buenos Aires (EZE) is located in Terminal B near Gate 9.
  • Caracas (CCS) is located between gates 23-24 .

Logan’s Wifi and Wired Policies

Aug 24, 2014

Boston Logan offers free Wifi throughout the entire airport. Look for loganwifi or visit www.loganwifi.com to connect.

Sponsored access is available as well as free access (no registration required). For those who would like to use a different form of access such as Boingo, that option is also available.

Logan is also wired. There are charging stations built into many seating areas to charge your device.


Airport of the Week: BOS

Aug 9, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is a made up of four large terminals and has plenty of locally based restaurants and high-quality shops to explore. Be sure to snap a photo of the beautiful Boston Harbor while you land!

BOSFood & Drink

The restaurant options are extensive and many are unique to BOS. Each terminal has everything from fast food, to sit-down, to kid-friendly. In Terminal A, head to Currito for a quick and delicious burrito bowl or Legal’s Test Kitchen for some local, Northeast seafood. Check out PGA Tour Grill in Terminal B for a cozy atmosphere to enjoy a burger and beer in. Sweet tooth? Pinkberry is located in Terminal C and word on the street is it’s some of the best frozen yogurt around! For those really on-the-go, stop at Burger King or Dunkin Donuts in Terminal E.

Here is a full list of restaurants at BOS.

ShoppingBOS

With everything from the preppy Vineyard Vines (Terminal C) to the luxurious Kiehl’s (Terminals B and E), you’ll be making some space in your carry on. Victoria’s Secret in Terminal C has a wide selection of handbags and perfumes. A great place to grab a last-minute birthday or holiday gift. If the idea of buying the girlfriend or wife a gift is appealing but you are in Terminal E, there is a Michael Kors waiting with a selection of incredible handbags, belts, and other accessories.

Here is a full list of all of the shops at BOS.

BOSApp Ride/TNC

Getting picked up from the airport could not be easier now with the App Ride/Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) parking lot. Whether you are taking an Uber or a Lyft, the App Ride/TNC makes it easy for you and your driver to find one another. Terminals A, B, C, and E have an App Ride/TNC lot. Each lot is conveniently right out of the doors of its respective terminal.

Check out this blog post on local restaurants in BOS.

 


Start Tracking Your Fitness (Hudson News locations)

Oct 28, 2014

Even if you can’t squeeze a workout in during a business trip or vacation, it’s good to start thinking about how to get (or stay) in shape when you come home. The Polar Beat system is the smartest training app on the market. It combines rich data analysis with heart and distance sensors to help your workouts from the planning, training and analyzing phases.

Polar offers three unique sensors. The H6 is a comfy sensor that provides accurate heart rate info to your mobile device. The H7 streams to your phone and is compatible with pieces of smart gym equipment, and the Stride is a Bluetooth device that measures speed and distance at all times.

Polar Beat sensors are available at Hudson News locations at dozens of airports, including this one.

This great promotional offer comes from one of FlyInStyle’s trusted retailer partners.


Beats Executive: Headphones for the exclusive traveler (InMotion locations)

Oct 23, 2014

The Beats Executive headphones will take you from the boardroom to the jet lounge. The legendary sound quality of these headphones has been redesigned with the traveler in mind for this set. They balance noise canceling technology with comfort needed for transatlantic flights, and the signature Beats by Dr. Dre sound profile. This Executive box includes batteries, audio cable, airline adapter, Apple remote microphone, hard shell carrying case and a Beats by Dr. Dre cleaning cloth.

Beats Executive Headphones are available at In Motion retailers at dozens of airports, including this one. Click here for a full list.

This great promotional offer comes from one of FlyInStyle’s trusted retailer partners.


Collector’s Chocolate Set from Bridge Brand

Oct 19, 2014

Bring a sweet version of San Francisco home with you. Or Chicago, Philly, LA, Vegas … These Landmark special collections by bridge brands chocolate contain one, three or six signature tins showcasing the most popular images of the cities we love. Depending on the package, the tins contain either milk chocolate, dark chocolate or both. One-tin sets cost $7.50, three-tin sets cost $19.95, Six-tin sets cost $39.95.

The Landmark One-, Three-, and Six-Tin Sets are available online and at select Hudson retailers.

This great promotional offer comes from one of FlyInStyle’s trusted retailer partners.


How To: Self-Guided Luxurious Tour of BNA

Nov 9, 2017

Airports can be an uncomfortable experience, we get it. You just want to get from point A to point B and there is often lots of waiting in between. However, with a change of perspective and planning, you can have a luxurious experience before your next flight out of the Nashville International Airport.

Vino Volo (Concourse C)

Begin your experience at Vino Volo – a quiet and upscale restaurant to unwind after security. Pick out a wine and ask an employee which food pairing he or she recommends. As long as it is in a plastic cup, you can bring your wine
to the next location.

Massage Bar (Concourse C)

Once you’re finished eating, take your Vino Volo wine to the Massage Bar, where professionals are waiting in a relaxed environment to pamper you. Don’t forget to pick out a spa gift on the way out.

Insider Tip: At this point, you may want to stop by Vino Volo again to refill your cup.
Just sayin’.

Nashville Nails & Salon Center (Concourse C)

Feeling relaxed from your massage, it’s time for Nashville Nails & Salon Center. Didn’t have time the week leading up to your trip for a haircut or wax? False. Nashville Nails & Salon Center offers waxing, barber, and hair care services for men, women, and children. You’ll be rolling off the plane freshly groomed.

SGH Sunglass Hut (Concourse C)

Speaking of vacation, did we hear your son used your sunglasses in his last Houdini skit and they never reappeared? Don’t settle for the ill-fitting drug store pair you’ve had for eight years (how come those never go missing?) and purchase a new pair at SGH Sunglass Hut. You deserve it. Although, we do suggest keeping the new shades high above kids’ reach.

Godiva (Concourse B)

Sadly your flight has started boarding and your pampering tour is coming to an end. Hold onto that last bit of luxury by purchasing some Godiva chocolate for your flight.


Airport of the Week: BOS

Aug 9, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is a made up of four large terminals and has plenty of locally based restaurants and high-quality shops to explore. Be sure to snap a photo of the beautiful Boston Harbor while you land!

BOSFood & Drink

The restaurant options are extensive and many are unique to BOS. Each terminal has everything from fast food, to sit-down, to kid-friendly. In Terminal A, head to Currito for a quick and delicious burrito bowl or Legal’s Test Kitchen for some local, Northeast seafood. Check out PGA Tour Grill in Terminal B for a cozy atmosphere to enjoy a burger and beer in. Sweet tooth? Pinkberry is located in Terminal C and word on the street is it’s some of the best frozen yogurt around! For those really on-the-go, stop at Burger King or Dunkin Donuts in Terminal E.

Here is a full list of restaurants at BOS.

ShoppingBOS

With everything from the preppy Vineyard Vines (Terminal C) to the luxurious Kiehl’s (Terminals B and E), you’ll be making some space in your carry on. Victoria’s Secret in Terminal C has a wide selection of handbags and perfumes. A great place to grab a last-minute birthday or holiday gift. If the idea of buying the girlfriend or wife a gift is appealing but you are in Terminal E, there is a Michael Kors waiting with a selection of incredible handbags, belts, and other accessories.

Here is a full list of all of the shops at BOS.

BOSApp Ride/TNC

Getting picked up from the airport could not be easier now with the App Ride/Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) parking lot. Whether you are taking an Uber or a Lyft, the App Ride/TNC makes it easy for you and your driver to find one another. Terminals A, B, C, and E have an App Ride/TNC lot. Each lot is conveniently right out of the doors of its respective terminal.

Check out this blog post on local restaurants in BOS.

 


5 Memorable Labor Day Locations

Jul 24, 2017

Labor Day is just over a month away but it is not too late to start planning an incredible end of the summer weekend. Whether you’re planning for a family or a girls trip hopefully we can inspire some ideas.

Sonoma Valley, CA

If you’re a wine lover, does anything sound better than a weekend exploring the vineyards, where some of the finest wines come from? Didn’t think so. Over the past few years, Sonoma has become a hot spot for those who want to try a variety of wines selected for you by the experts in a spectacularly beautiful place. About an hour drive from the Oakland International Airport and the San Francisco International Airport, Sonoma is the perfect place wrap up your summer. Vineyard tours are a dime a dozen; you can tour by foot, bike, trolley, luxury vehicle, zip line…you name it, you can most likely do it! Here is a list of wine tours the area has to offer. This year, the Sonoma Wine Country Weekend is labor day weekend and it is highly recommended! Purchase a one or two day ticket to access food, wine, and a good time! Purchase your ticket as soon as you book your trip because the event usually sells out!

Portland, ME

This is a great location for adults and children alike and the two-hour drive from Boston Logan is worth it. The Life Happens Outside Festival In Thompson’s Point is a weekend of outdoor activities, music, food, and movies. Children under 5 enter for free and there is beer for the parents. Win, win! If you’re a history buff and live for sightseeing, you might want to consider a visit to the Portland Observatory, the Victoria Mansion, and the Portland Headlight. Do not leave without having a lobster. Ask a local for the best restaurants or shacks for lobster or save some money and boil them yourselves! Lighthouses, delicious lobster, and coastal views are just a few of the attributes that create this quintessential New England experience. (Traffic will be terrible on the Friday and Monday of Labor Day weekend. Consider going Thursday to Tuesday to save yourself a headache.)

Labor Day

San Juan Islands, WA

The San Juan Islands are a 30-minute commercial flight and a quick ferry ride away from Sea-Tac. Whether you choose to stay on San Juan, Orcas, or Lopez Island, you will not go wrong. If you are attracted to the quiet and peaceful charm of farmland, try Lopez Island. There you can ride a bike to Lopez Village for lunch and shop. Orcas Island is perfect for those who live for the outdoors. There are winding roads to bike, trails to hike, and open water to kayak. San Juan Island has Friday Harbor, the most populated part of the San Juans. There’s plenty to do there such as shop, visit museums, and whale watch. There is so much explore in the San Juan Islands that you will be booking a second trip for next Labor Day!

Lake Geneva, WILabor Day

Lake Geneva is a scenic and historic city that will surely satisfy. This location is particularly great for families as there is something for every member of the family. Walk the shore path for an up close look at the century old estates and constant breathtaking views. Feel daring? The Lake Geneva Canopy Tours provide a perspective of the city you can’t get anywhere else! There are also plenty of spas for those who like to actually relax on their vaca. Lake Geneva is about a two-hour drive from MDW and ORD, so, if you have the time, you might as well spend an extra day or two exploring Chicago!

Dallas, TX

Not sure how one can fit even an iota of Dallas into one Labor Day weekend, but that is no reason to not visit. Dallas is a huge, eclectic city that is on the rise and attracting more and more people each year. You can get around and explore the city easily on the M-Line Trolley. Hit up the Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden for an outdoor lunch and “Instagram-able” views. Take the kids to the Perot Museum to see the World’s Largest Dinosaurs exhibit, only on display until September 1st! Dallas has so many options when it comes to bustling nightlife but try neighborhoods like Lower Greenville, Uptown, and Deep Ellum for starters. Book your plane ticket into Dallas Fort Worth and prepare yourself for an epic Labor Day weekend!

Tweet us @flyinstyleapp or let us know on Facebook what you end up doing over Labor Day weekend!


Hop Over to Last-Minute Easter Gifts, Right at the Airport

Apr 7, 2017

Going home for Easter but not in the mood to pay luggage fees to pack gifts for the family? You don’t have to waste precious luggage space or worry about selecting gifts that will make it through security; these days, you can find fabulous gifts for your loved ones right at the airport, saving you shopping time and energy. Thankfully Easter is a pretty low-maintenance holiday when it comes to giving gifts (looking at you, Christmas and Hannukah), so a simple card and box of chocolates will suffice. Most stores have pre-made Easter baskets and boxes prepared, making your job even easier. If you’re feeling that extra “Spring” in your step, bring home flowers for mom – she deserves it!
Easter

Knowing where to go is half the battle. Plan some extra time at your departure airport or take a little time when you land to find yourself a chocolate shop and a Hudson Booksellers  to purchase cards. Because there are so many quality options at airports these days, you will surely find a gift to bring home for Easter that does not scream “last-minute.” Here is a list of chocolate and gift shops at various airports that will melt your heart (and theirs!):

EasterInsider Tip: While you nibble on that extra chocolate treat you picked up for yourself, use your time on the plane to express how much you care in each of the cards you picked up.  Everyone loves a heartfelt handwritten note!


Eat and Drink Like a Local in Boston Logan

Mar 24, 2017

Resist eating your same-old, grab-n-go airport meal the next time you travel through Boston Logan, and enjoy something local instead.  From burgers with a famous name to classic New England clam chowder, Boston Logan has you covered when it comes to delicious local food. Here are a few options that will not disappoint:

Wahlburgers (Concourse C)

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

Off the Wahl burgers at Wahlburgers!

Wahlberg is a pretty big name around Hollywood, but it may even be a bigger name in the Boston area. Like the family, Paul Wahlberg’s Wahlburgers went from a local burger joint to a big restaurant franchise. There is even a reality show of the same name, about the family. If you’re traveling through Boston Logan, you can see what the hype is about first hand; not surprisingly, Wahlburgers is known for their burgers  which are sorted on the menu by ‘hearty’ and ‘house’….depending on your mood. Try the ‘Our Burger’ or the ‘O.F.D’ (which means, “Originally from Dorschestah”!). Choose from a variety of both traditional and non-traditional toppings to make a burger your own…c’mon, when is the last time you got to choose ‘goverment cheese’ as your queso of choice?! You can also pick from a variety of sandwiches, salads, and desserts so everyone in your crew should be pleased with this option.

Insider Tip: Vegetarian and hungry for more than a salad? Try the portobello sandwich for a yummy alternative to meat.

Image Credit: Pixabay; Boston Logan

Farm to table food at Berkshire Farms Market

Berkshire Farms Market (Concourse B)

Berkshire Farms Market is partnered with Berkshire Farm and Table to bring you the freshest, most delicious food selection from local Massachusetts small businesses. Before your next flight, swap out the fast food for a salad or a sandwich made from locally-sourced ingredients. If you just need a snack, there is a juice bar with a variety of fruit and veggie options. Treat yourself with one of Klara’s Gourmet cookies and a Katalyst Kombucha to enjoy on your pending flight.

Insider Tip: Bring home some Sweet Brook Farm Maple Syrup, Bola Granola, or Berkshire Bark for a last minute gift that nobody will realize was last minute.

Vineyard Grille (Concourses B and E)

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

Can’t go wrong with a lobster roll in Boston!

Vineyard Grille is the perfect place to grab your last bit of classic New England seafood before you depart Boston Logan. Choose from fried clams, oysters, scallops or, for the ultimate experience, a lobster roll! Of course, you cannot go wrong with New England Clam Chowder served with oyster crackers (and you  might try adding Tabasco for a little kick!). If you’re not a seafood lover then Vineyard Grille also offers plenty of other delicious sandwich and salad options.

Insider Tip: Beer lovers rejoice! You can select your brew from 15 regional craft-brewed beer choices.

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

A local’s favorite beer.

Cisco Brew Pub (Concourse B)

Cisco Brewers is a popular location for locals and tourists to visit while on Nantucket. If you’re traveling through Boston Logan, you can get a taste of the nautical themed brews that gain so much traction at Cisco Brew Pub. Popular beers include Shark Tracker, Whale’s Tale, and Grey Lady. There is a menu with burgers, sandwiches, and salads to pair with your beverage.

Insider Tip: Ask your server which seasonal selections are available.

Follow us @flyinstyleapp for more travel tips and let us know what airports you have been traveling through and your favorite local bite to eat.

 


Airport of the Week: BOS

Aug 9, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is a made up of four large terminals and has plenty of locally based restaurants and high-quality shops to explore. Be sure to snap a photo of the beautiful Boston Harbor while you land!

BOSFood & Drink

The restaurant options are extensive and many are unique to BOS. Each terminal has everything from fast food, to sit-down, to kid-friendly. In Terminal A, head to Currito for a quick and delicious burrito bowl or Legal’s Test Kitchen for some local, Northeast seafood. Check out PGA Tour Grill in Terminal B for a cozy atmosphere to enjoy a burger and beer in. Sweet tooth? Pinkberry is located in Terminal C and word on the street is it’s some of the best frozen yogurt around! For those really on-the-go, stop at Burger King or Dunkin Donuts in Terminal E.

Here is a full list of restaurants at BOS.

ShoppingBOS

With everything from the preppy Vineyard Vines (Terminal C) to the luxurious Kiehl’s (Terminals B and E), you’ll be making some space in your carry on. Victoria’s Secret in Terminal C has a wide selection of handbags and perfumes. A great place to grab a last-minute birthday or holiday gift. If the idea of buying the girlfriend or wife a gift is appealing but you are in Terminal E, there is a Michael Kors waiting with a selection of incredible handbags, belts, and other accessories.

Here is a full list of all of the shops at BOS.

BOSApp Ride/TNC

Getting picked up from the airport could not be easier now with the App Ride/Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) parking lot. Whether you are taking an Uber or a Lyft, the App Ride/TNC makes it easy for you and your driver to find one another. Terminals A, B, C, and E have an App Ride/TNC lot. Each lot is conveniently right out of the doors of its respective terminal.

Check out this blog post on local restaurants in BOS.

 


Logan’s Wifi and Wired Policies

Aug 24, 2014

Boston Logan offers free Wifi throughout the entire airport. Look for loganwifi or visit www.loganwifi.com to connect.

Sponsored access is available as well as free access (no registration required). For those who would like to use a different form of access such as Boingo, that option is also available.

Logan is also wired. There are charging stations built into many seating areas to charge your device.


Harpoon Tap Room: A Boston staple

Aug 24, 2014

A satellite of Boston’s Harpoon Brewery, the Tap Room is a go-to for local and traveling beer snobs. Boston locals rave about the joint’s selection of IPAs, and with 4-5 Harpoon exclusive beers on tap, it might be hard to try them all in one visit. Plus, a pint will only set you back $6 or so. We see why it’s ranked as a Boston favorite year after year.

Bonus Tip: The paninis are stellar. Pair a fresh pint with a panini du jour.


How To: Self-Guided Luxurious Tour of BNA

Nov 9, 2017

Airports can be an uncomfortable experience, we get it. You just want to get from point A to point B and there is often lots of waiting in between. However, with a change of perspective and planning, you can have a luxurious experience before your next flight out of the Nashville International Airport.

Vino Volo (Concourse C)

Begin your experience at Vino Volo – a quiet and upscale restaurant to unwind after security. Pick out a wine and ask an employee which food pairing he or she recommends. As long as it is in a plastic cup, you can bring your wine
to the next location.

Massage Bar (Concourse C)

Once you’re finished eating, take your Vino Volo wine to the Massage Bar, where professionals are waiting in a relaxed environment to pamper you. Don’t forget to pick out a spa gift on the way out.

Insider Tip: At this point, you may want to stop by Vino Volo again to refill your cup.
Just sayin’.

Nashville Nails & Salon Center (Concourse C)

Feeling relaxed from your massage, it’s time for Nashville Nails & Salon Center. Didn’t have time the week leading up to your trip for a haircut or wax? False. Nashville Nails & Salon Center offers waxing, barber, and hair care services for men, women, and children. You’ll be rolling off the plane freshly groomed.

SGH Sunglass Hut (Concourse C)

Speaking of vacation, did we hear your son used your sunglasses in his last Houdini skit and they never reappeared? Don’t settle for the ill-fitting drug store pair you’ve had for eight years (how come those never go missing?) and purchase a new pair at SGH Sunglass Hut. You deserve it. Although, we do suggest keeping the new shades high above kids’ reach.

Godiva (Concourse B)

Sadly your flight has started boarding and your pampering tour is coming to an end. Hold onto that last bit of luxury by purchasing some Godiva chocolate for your flight.


Airport of the Week: BOS

Aug 9, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is a made up of four large terminals and has plenty of locally based restaurants and high-quality shops to explore. Be sure to snap a photo of the beautiful Boston Harbor while you land!

BOSFood & Drink

The restaurant options are extensive and many are unique to BOS. Each terminal has everything from fast food, to sit-down, to kid-friendly. In Terminal A, head to Currito for a quick and delicious burrito bowl or Legal’s Test Kitchen for some local, Northeast seafood. Check out PGA Tour Grill in Terminal B for a cozy atmosphere to enjoy a burger and beer in. Sweet tooth? Pinkberry is located in Terminal C and word on the street is it’s some of the best frozen yogurt around! For those really on-the-go, stop at Burger King or Dunkin Donuts in Terminal E.

Here is a full list of restaurants at BOS.

ShoppingBOS

With everything from the preppy Vineyard Vines (Terminal C) to the luxurious Kiehl’s (Terminals B and E), you’ll be making some space in your carry on. Victoria’s Secret in Terminal C has a wide selection of handbags and perfumes. A great place to grab a last-minute birthday or holiday gift. If the idea of buying the girlfriend or wife a gift is appealing but you are in Terminal E, there is a Michael Kors waiting with a selection of incredible handbags, belts, and other accessories.

Here is a full list of all of the shops at BOS.

BOSApp Ride/TNC

Getting picked up from the airport could not be easier now with the App Ride/Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) parking lot. Whether you are taking an Uber or a Lyft, the App Ride/TNC makes it easy for you and your driver to find one another. Terminals A, B, C, and E have an App Ride/TNC lot. Each lot is conveniently right out of the doors of its respective terminal.

Check out this blog post on local restaurants in BOS.

 


Eat and Drink Like a Local in Boston Logan

Mar 24, 2017

Resist eating your same-old, grab-n-go airport meal the next time you travel through Boston Logan, and enjoy something local instead.  From burgers with a famous name to classic New England clam chowder, Boston Logan has you covered when it comes to delicious local food. Here are a few options that will not disappoint:

Wahlburgers (Concourse C)

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

Off the Wahl burgers at Wahlburgers!

Wahlberg is a pretty big name around Hollywood, but it may even be a bigger name in the Boston area. Like the family, Paul Wahlberg’s Wahlburgers went from a local burger joint to a big restaurant franchise. There is even a reality show of the same name, about the family. If you’re traveling through Boston Logan, you can see what the hype is about first hand; not surprisingly, Wahlburgers is known for their burgers  which are sorted on the menu by ‘hearty’ and ‘house’….depending on your mood. Try the ‘Our Burger’ or the ‘O.F.D’ (which means, “Originally from Dorschestah”!). Choose from a variety of both traditional and non-traditional toppings to make a burger your own…c’mon, when is the last time you got to choose ‘goverment cheese’ as your queso of choice?! You can also pick from a variety of sandwiches, salads, and desserts so everyone in your crew should be pleased with this option.

Insider Tip: Vegetarian and hungry for more than a salad? Try the portobello sandwich for a yummy alternative to meat.

Image Credit: Pixabay; Boston Logan

Farm to table food at Berkshire Farms Market

Berkshire Farms Market (Concourse B)

Berkshire Farms Market is partnered with Berkshire Farm and Table to bring you the freshest, most delicious food selection from local Massachusetts small businesses. Before your next flight, swap out the fast food for a salad or a sandwich made from locally-sourced ingredients. If you just need a snack, there is a juice bar with a variety of fruit and veggie options. Treat yourself with one of Klara’s Gourmet cookies and a Katalyst Kombucha to enjoy on your pending flight.

Insider Tip: Bring home some Sweet Brook Farm Maple Syrup, Bola Granola, or Berkshire Bark for a last minute gift that nobody will realize was last minute.

Vineyard Grille (Concourses B and E)

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

Can’t go wrong with a lobster roll in Boston!

Vineyard Grille is the perfect place to grab your last bit of classic New England seafood before you depart Boston Logan. Choose from fried clams, oysters, scallops or, for the ultimate experience, a lobster roll! Of course, you cannot go wrong with New England Clam Chowder served with oyster crackers (and you  might try adding Tabasco for a little kick!). If you’re not a seafood lover then Vineyard Grille also offers plenty of other delicious sandwich and salad options.

Insider Tip: Beer lovers rejoice! You can select your brew from 15 regional craft-brewed beer choices.

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

A local’s favorite beer.

Cisco Brew Pub (Concourse B)

Cisco Brewers is a popular location for locals and tourists to visit while on Nantucket. If you’re traveling through Boston Logan, you can get a taste of the nautical themed brews that gain so much traction at Cisco Brew Pub. Popular beers include Shark Tracker, Whale’s Tale, and Grey Lady. There is a menu with burgers, sandwiches, and salads to pair with your beverage.

Insider Tip: Ask your server which seasonal selections are available.

Follow us @flyinstyleapp for more travel tips and let us know what airports you have been traveling through and your favorite local bite to eat.

 


Find Your Admirals Club

Oct 1, 2014

The luxury lounge offered by American Airlines is available in more than 50 airports (including this one) worldwide. These private areas offer a mix of casual and professional amenities to transform your airport experience. Memberships are available annually (starting at $400), monthly ($99) and daily ($50).

The Admirals Club is located in…

United States & Canada:

  • Atlanta (ATL)  is located in Concourse T near Gate T10,
  • Austin (AUS) is located near Gate 13
  • Boston (BOS) is located in Terminal B, upper level and serves Gates 4-13
  • Buffalo (BUF) is located near Gate 6
  • Charlotte (CLT) is located in Concourse B (Gate 3-5), and the intersection of Concourses C & D
  • Chicago (ORD) is located in Terminal 3, Concourse G near Gate G8 and Terminal 3 in the crosswalk between Gates H6 and K6
  • Dallas (DFW) is located in Terminal A near Gate 24
  • Denver (DEN) is located in near the pedestrian bridge to main terminal
  • Honolulu (HNL) is located in the central lobby of overseas terminal .
  • Los Angeles (LAX) in Terminal 4 (Gate 40) Terminal 4 Regional Terminal (Gate C)
  • Miami (MIA)  in Concourse D (Gate D30) and (Gate D15)
  • New York (LGA) is located in Terminal D near Gate 1

Central & South America:

  • Buenos Aires (EZE) is located in Terminal B near Gate 9.
  • Caracas (CCS) is located between gates 23-24 .

Healthy Food That Satisfies (Terminals B & C)

Sep 8, 2014

At UFood, delicious, satisfying, and low-fat are not mutually exclusive. The egg white, cheese, and turkey bacon sandwich is fresh, filling, and fewer than 300 calories. It’s the type of meal that will leave you energized for your next leg.

UFood has locations in Terminals B & C


Airport of the Week: BOS

Aug 9, 2017

This is one of many posts to come highlighting top travel routes and airports out of Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is a made up of four large terminals and has plenty of locally based restaurants and high-quality shops to explore. Be sure to snap a photo of the beautiful Boston Harbor while you land!

BOSFood & Drink

The restaurant options are extensive and many are unique to BOS. Each terminal has everything from fast food, to sit-down, to kid-friendly. In Terminal A, head to Currito for a quick and delicious burrito bowl or Legal’s Test Kitchen for some local, Northeast seafood. Check out PGA Tour Grill in Terminal B for a cozy atmosphere to enjoy a burger and beer in. Sweet tooth? Pinkberry is located in Terminal C and word on the street is it’s some of the best frozen yogurt around! For those really on-the-go, stop at Burger King or Dunkin Donuts in Terminal E.

Here is a full list of restaurants at BOS.

ShoppingBOS

With everything from the preppy Vineyard Vines (Terminal C) to the luxurious Kiehl’s (Terminals B and E), you’ll be making some space in your carry on. Victoria’s Secret in Terminal C has a wide selection of handbags and perfumes. A great place to grab a last-minute birthday or holiday gift. If the idea of buying the girlfriend or wife a gift is appealing but you are in Terminal E, there is a Michael Kors waiting with a selection of incredible handbags, belts, and other accessories.

Here is a full list of all of the shops at BOS.

BOSApp Ride/TNC

Getting picked up from the airport could not be easier now with the App Ride/Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) parking lot. Whether you are taking an Uber or a Lyft, the App Ride/TNC makes it easy for you and your driver to find one another. Terminals A, B, C, and E have an App Ride/TNC lot. Each lot is conveniently right out of the doors of its respective terminal.

Check out this blog post on local restaurants in BOS.

 


Hop Over to Last-Minute Easter Gifts, Right at the Airport

Apr 7, 2017

Going home for Easter but not in the mood to pay luggage fees to pack gifts for the family? You don’t have to waste precious luggage space or worry about selecting gifts that will make it through security; these days, you can find fabulous gifts for your loved ones right at the airport, saving you shopping time and energy. Thankfully Easter is a pretty low-maintenance holiday when it comes to giving gifts (looking at you, Christmas and Hannukah), so a simple card and box of chocolates will suffice. Most stores have pre-made Easter baskets and boxes prepared, making your job even easier. If you’re feeling that extra “Spring” in your step, bring home flowers for mom – she deserves it!
Easter

Knowing where to go is half the battle. Plan some extra time at your departure airport or take a little time when you land to find yourself a chocolate shop and a Hudson Booksellers  to purchase cards. Because there are so many quality options at airports these days, you will surely find a gift to bring home for Easter that does not scream “last-minute.” Here is a list of chocolate and gift shops at various airports that will melt your heart (and theirs!):

EasterInsider Tip: While you nibble on that extra chocolate treat you picked up for yourself, use your time on the plane to express how much you care in each of the cards you picked up.  Everyone loves a heartfelt handwritten note!


Eat and Drink Like a Local in Boston Logan

Mar 24, 2017

Resist eating your same-old, grab-n-go airport meal the next time you travel through Boston Logan, and enjoy something local instead.  From burgers with a famous name to classic New England clam chowder, Boston Logan has you covered when it comes to delicious local food. Here are a few options that will not disappoint:

Wahlburgers (Concourse C)

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

Off the Wahl burgers at Wahlburgers!

Wahlberg is a pretty big name around Hollywood, but it may even be a bigger name in the Boston area. Like the family, Paul Wahlberg’s Wahlburgers went from a local burger joint to a big restaurant franchise. There is even a reality show of the same name, about the family. If you’re traveling through Boston Logan, you can see what the hype is about first hand; not surprisingly, Wahlburgers is known for their burgers  which are sorted on the menu by ‘hearty’ and ‘house’….depending on your mood. Try the ‘Our Burger’ or the ‘O.F.D’ (which means, “Originally from Dorschestah”!). Choose from a variety of both traditional and non-traditional toppings to make a burger your own…c’mon, when is the last time you got to choose ‘goverment cheese’ as your queso of choice?! You can also pick from a variety of sandwiches, salads, and desserts so everyone in your crew should be pleased with this option.

Insider Tip: Vegetarian and hungry for more than a salad? Try the portobello sandwich for a yummy alternative to meat.

Image Credit: Pixabay; Boston Logan

Farm to table food at Berkshire Farms Market

Berkshire Farms Market (Concourse B)

Berkshire Farms Market is partnered with Berkshire Farm and Table to bring you the freshest, most delicious food selection from local Massachusetts small businesses. Before your next flight, swap out the fast food for a salad or a sandwich made from locally-sourced ingredients. If you just need a snack, there is a juice bar with a variety of fruit and veggie options. Treat yourself with one of Klara’s Gourmet cookies and a Katalyst Kombucha to enjoy on your pending flight.

Insider Tip: Bring home some Sweet Brook Farm Maple Syrup, Bola Granola, or Berkshire Bark for a last minute gift that nobody will realize was last minute.

Vineyard Grille (Concourses B and E)

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

Can’t go wrong with a lobster roll in Boston!

Vineyard Grille is the perfect place to grab your last bit of classic New England seafood before you depart Boston Logan. Choose from fried clams, oysters, scallops or, for the ultimate experience, a lobster roll! Of course, you cannot go wrong with New England Clam Chowder served with oyster crackers (and you  might try adding Tabasco for a little kick!). If you’re not a seafood lover then Vineyard Grille also offers plenty of other delicious sandwich and salad options.

Insider Tip: Beer lovers rejoice! You can select your brew from 15 regional craft-brewed beer choices.

Image Credit: Flickr; Boston Logan

A local’s favorite beer.

Cisco Brew Pub (Concourse B)

Cisco Brewers is a popular location for locals and tourists to visit while on Nantucket. If you’re traveling through Boston Logan, you can get a taste of the nautical themed brews that gain so much traction at Cisco Brew Pub. Popular beers include Shark Tracker, Whale’s Tale, and Grey Lady. There is a menu with burgers, sandwiches, and salads to pair with your beverage.

Insider Tip: Ask your server which seasonal selections are available.

Follow us @flyinstyleapp for more travel tips and let us know what airports you have been traveling through and your favorite local bite to eat.

 


Healthy Food That Satisfies (Terminals B & C)

Sep 8, 2014

At UFood, delicious, satisfying, and low-fat are not mutually exclusive. The egg white, cheese, and turkey bacon sandwich is fresh, filling, and fewer than 300 calories. It’s the type of meal that will leave you energized for your next leg.

UFood has locations in Terminals B & C


Logan’s Wifi and Wired Policies

Aug 24, 2014

Boston Logan offers free Wifi throughout the entire airport. Look for loganwifi or visit www.loganwifi.com to connect.

Sponsored access is available as well as free access (no registration required). For those who would like to use a different form of access such as Boingo, that option is also available.

Logan is also wired. There are charging stations built into many seating areas to charge your device.


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