Airport Food Revolution

Trips to the airport are daunting; back-tracking how much time you need to make it through the snaking lines and overcrowded terminals. The one thing you always forget is to eat. Now you have to decide what kind of mid-level food you’re going to subject yourself to before you board a flight. Well, at least one part of that process is changing, and surprisingly it’s the food.

New York-based OTG Management has been changing what you see in Airports. If you haven’t been to one of the 10 of 30 major airports they dominate, they are responsible for putting IPads on tables. This process expedites your orders so you can make your flight and eat a delicious well-prepared meal. They have recently set their sites on Newark Liberty International Airport in Central New Jersey. A 120 million dollar investment has given two restaurants set on changing what you eat: Daily and Little Purse. Little Purse is a small dumpling and noodle restaurant while Daily has a new menu to enjoy every day.

Both require full-time chefs and menus to help the traveler get a break from the hustle and bustle and relax. This new concept is giving the Newark Airport a fresh new taste for its customers, and OTG hopes to expand as soon as possible.

So if you’re ready to eat a good meal at Newark Liberty International Airport, make sure to check out Daily and Little Purse.