Sunday, 21 December 2008

Grabbing a Bite Between Flights

Travel/Food and Wine
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT is a dim, crowded, low-ceilinged affair, a J-shaped belt punctuated by security zones and boutiques hawking ersatz Cuban souvenirs, with all the appeal and glamour of a shopping mall that can’t quite pay its electric bills. It is not a place where you hope to eat well. And yet, on a layover in early November, I hoped. ...
... Though lacking in atmosphere, the Miami airport is much like Miami itself, with Cuban restaurants and cafes strewn throughout the complex. Finding an excellent specimen of the Cuban sandwich — roast pork, ham and Swiss cheese with pickles on a roll, panini-pressed into gooey, crispy deliciousness — should, I figured, be easy. ...

Full Story: Grabbing a Bite Between Flights; By MATT GROSS, on NYTimes.com




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