Legal Sea Foods (Boston Logan International Airport)
“The first Legal Sea Foods started as a fish market in 1950 under the ownership of George Berkowitz in the Inman Square neighborhood of Cambridge, Mass. Berkowitz was inspired by his father Harry’s Legal Cash Market, an adjacent grocery store which also likely inspired the current motto of the restaurant, “If it isn’t fresh, it isn’t Legal!” Legal Sea Foods’ first restaurant opened next to the fish market in 1968. Berkowitz’s son Roger took over the business in 1992 and opened a location in Terminal C at Logan International Airport. Legal Sea Foods now has four restaurant locations within the terminals of Logan International (terminals A, B, and C). Want to dine like a U.S. President? Order a customer favorite — a bowl of Legal Sea Food’s New England clam chowder, which has been served at every presidential inauguration since 1981.
“The Daily Meal’s list of the 31 best airport restaurants around the world was carefully curated through a six-month-long nomination process. Restaurants were judged in two categories: cuisine and style/décor/service. From innovative menu options to plating and presentation to freshness, quality, and taste, The Daily Meal evaluated each restaurant’s cuisine and only included the restaurants that were deemed to be extraordinary. For the second category, panelists evaluated the dining experience, from the restaurant’s interior and dining-room ambiance to the service, voting for the restaurants that offer an unrivaled experience. From Miami to Munich and Seattle to Singapore, there are dozens of outstanding airport restaurants, many a destination in their own right.” – USA Today