Dining Options at Philadelphia Airport

Philadelphia is one of the largest and most developed cities in the United States, being also an important destination for both tourists and businesspeople. If a trip to Philadelphia is coming up in the near or distant future, chances are that you will be landing on Philadelphia Airport, an impressive facility and the largest airport in the Delaware Valley region and within the state of Pennsylvania. 


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Philadelphia Airport has 7 terminal buildings, which are divided into 7 lettered concourses. Together, these terminals contain 130 gates in total. They also contain many facilities that travelers will definitely enjoy. The airport boasts a wide array of passenger-friendly services and amenities, including over 160 national and local shops and eateries.


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The airport is a great provider of culinary opportunities and dining options that will surely please every taste bud. Spread throughout the airport’s 7 terminals, you will find a multitude of eateries, from fast foods to sophisticated restaurants.

Terminal A East 

Originally, this terminal was the airport’s international terminal. Now, it is mainly used by domestic carriers, but international flights are also carried sometimes by US Airways. Terminal A East contains the gates A-1 to A-13 and includes the eateries:

  • Guava & Java
  • Jack Duggan’s Pub
  • Phily Soft Pretzels 
  • Saladworks
  • Vila Fresh Italian Kitchen 

Terminal A West 

This terminal is one of the newest terminal buildings at the airport and has a very modern and innovative design. The design was made by Kohn Pederson Fox, Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville, and Kelly Maielllo. The terminal opened in 2003 and is now home to international flights and some domestic flights. It contains the gates A-14 to A-26. There are numerous international dining options here, such as:

  • Angelina’s Panini Bar
  • Au Bon Pain
  • Chickie’s & Pete’s
  • Cibo Bistro & Wine Bar
  • Dunkin’ Donuts
  • Famous Famiglia
  • Flight meals
  • Hudson Euro Cafe
  • Maki of Japan
  • McDonald’s 
  • Phily Soft Pretzels
  • Vino Volo

Terminals B and C

These are the main US Airways terminals. Both of them were renovated in 1998. The project, which was designed by DPK&A Architects, costed $135 million. Terminal B contains the gates B-1 to B-16, and Terminal C contains the gates C-16 to C-31. The terminals are now connected by a very large shopping mall and food court, named the Philadelphia Marketplace, where you can enjoy dining options such as:

Terminal B:

  •  Auntie Anne’s Gourmet Pretzels
  • Bassett’s Original Turkey & Salad
  • Cibo Bistro & Wine Bar
  • Eat at Joe’s
  • Guava & Java
  • Jet Rock Bar & Grille
  • Philly Soft Pretzels
  • Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen
  • Vino Volo

Terminal B/C:

  • Asian Chao
  • Bassett’s Turkey & Salad Café
  • Chick-Fil-A
  • Dunkin Donuts
  • Le Bus Cafe
  • Legal Sea Foods
  • Philly Steak & Gyro
  • Sbarro’s Italian Eatery
  • Vino Volo
  • Wendy’s

Terminal C:

  • Au Bon Pain
  • Auntie Anne’s Gourmet Pretzels
  • Burrito Elito
  • Chickie’s & Pete’s
  • Cibo Gourmet Express Market
  • Philly Pretzels
  • Philly Steak & Gyro
  • Sbarro’s Italian Eatery
  • Sky Asian Bistro
  • Smoothies Yogurt Good for You

Terminal D and E

These terminals were upgraded in 2008 with a new concourse connecting them while providing combined ticketing, a variety of shops and restaurants, and a link between Baggage Claims D and E. Terminal D contains the gates D-1 to D-16, and Terminal E contains the gates E-1 to E-17. Among the aforementioned variety of restaurants, you can find:

Terminal D:

  • Auntie Anne’s Gourmet Pretzels
  • Chickie’s & Pete’s
  • Currito Burritos Without Borders
  • Dunkin’ Donuts
  • Earl of Sandwich
  • Famous King of Pizza
  • Green Leaf’s Beyond Great Salads
  • Jamba Juice
  • Jet Rock Bar & Grille
  • Philly Soft Pretzels
  • Peet’s Coffee
  • Vino Volo

Terminal E:

  • Bassett’s Original Turkey & Salad
  • Cantina Laredo
  • Chickie’s & Pete’s
  • Good 2 Go
  • Guava & Java
  • Maki of Japan
  • McDonald’s
  • Sbarro’s Italian Eatery
  • Yummy Pretzels

Terminal F

This is a regional terminal used by US Airways Express flights. Terminal F opened in 2001 and is the second newest terminal building at Philadelphia Airport. It contains the gates F-1 to F-39. The dining options at Terminal F include:

  • Au Bon Pain
  • Cibo Express Gourmet Market
  • Good 2 Go
  • Hudson News/Euro Cafe’
  • Yummy Pretzels

As you can see, there are countless dining options you can enjoy at Philadelphia Airport. Regardless of the terminal and gate you enter the airport, the numerous eateries will definitely provide you with a satisfying meal and a delightful dining experience.