On a Thrillist ranking of the top 50 best airports for food and drink, San Antonio International Airport has landed at a decent No. 21, ahead of Houston Hobby but behind airports in Austin and Dallas.
Sure, you can dance with “Macho style” burritos from Las Palapas or a craft beer at Alamo City Microbrewery, but why do any of those things when you could just go to Iceman Gervin’s Sports Bar, which has amazingly hilarious basketball-based names of pub foods, like a Slam Dunk turkey sandwich, Base Line nachos, and a Nothing but Net club sandwich. Though I’m still patiently waiting for their Danny Green Eggs and Ham.
Austin-Bergstrom International landed at No. 13 as much for its live music as for its Salt Lick barbecue, but the big surprise, to the writers as well as most readers, is that Dallas/Fort Worth International landed at No. 1. The reason seemed to be largely the wealth of barbecue and craft beer options, which is enough to keep most of us going no matter how long the layover is.
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