Boston Airport: What to Do, Eat & Drink in BOS

Just like how each and every destination differs from the other, each airport will also always be different from another. The same as wandering through a new city, having to navigate through a new airport could be quite a challenge. You would probably feel hungry and would look for your favorite food house such as Ivar’s chowder or SeaTac for mac cheese but don’t have an idea where to find it. Or you would probably look for a yoga sports house like the SFO’s over at Terminal 2 while waiting for your next flight.

If you are among people like us who just don’t want to sit around in an airport and love to wander around then you’re in for a treat in this article. Today we’ll be your guide through Boston Logan International Airport (BOS).

About BOS

The Logan International Airport is among the top 20 busiest airports that are located within American and is also the biggest airport at present in New England which is located in East of Boston just 4 miles downtown. It is an established hub for JetBlue along with Delta and is a focus city for a lot more carriers which include American that serves both domestic and international routes especially those coming from Europe.

One major advantage of Logan is its accessibility to Boston since it can be reached right away with just a 10 minute drive by car or 20 minute ride through the public transportation. MBTa provides Blue Line Subway transport services along with Silver Line Bus Rapid Transit. There are also free rides such as the Silver line which providers free transport from Logan towards South station including Red Line transfers. Services from rental car companies can also be availed however they are out of the care of the property.

BOS is designed with a whopping 100 gates that are scattered all over its 4 terminals which includes Terminal E which is the international terminal. All of which are connected and can be reached through walkways as well as through shuttle buses. Free Wi-Fi is also offered for all visitors and travelers without charge and without time limit.

Eats and Grubs

Considering the Logan is actually New England’s biggest airport, it is only natural that food options found in here begins with seafood restaurants such as the Legal Sea Foods Restaurant which is a long time Boston Food establishment. The best thing about this restaurant is that they have branches all over other Terminals such as Terminals A, B and C to accommodate more customers who crave for original and fresh Sea foods.

Promoting the local trends is the Dine Boston Café which is found at Terminal E wherein you can have a bit of the classic food stuffs like the Boston Cream Pie and the Clam Chowder. Bonfire is also located at Terminal B in patron of Todd English who started his career in Boston. Part of the specialties includes grilled entrees with various types of steaks and burgers that are out of the ordinary. You can also check out Stephanie’s in the same Terminal if you’re into the ‘sophisticated’ type of foods.


Boston is actually home to famous breweries such as the Samuel Adams brewery which is why it is just right to have these establishments also present within its airport. Boston Beer Works is a popular brewery and restaurant that is located over the Terminal C location of the airport where they feature a wide array of drinks and locally brewed beer over the full bar.

In addition to beer bars, you can also look into testing the beer varieties at Harpoon which is found in the Terminal A of the airport.

Those popular wine bars are also present like the Vino Volo which is conveniently located at Terminal A and Stephanie’s where you can build your very own menu of Bloody Mary and other drinks.


A unique attraction that is worth to see over Boston Logan International Airport would be the 9/11 outdoor memorial which is a glass sculpture which pays respects to the passengers that left Logan during that fateful day.

Should you be with kids during your travels, you can also let them enjoy the playgrounds that are located over Terminals A, B and C which is also dubbed as the ‘kidport’ station. Also, the airport has a public art program that is both permanent as well temporary or rotating exhibits.


Since BOS is a primary airport for both international as well as domestic flights, it also offers a number of lounges which include 2 United Club lounges that are located at Terminals A and C and the Delta Sky Club that is located over at Terminal A. At Terminal B you will also find the American Airlines Admirals Club lounge and other international lounges such as the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse, Air France, British Airways, Lufthansa and other lounges. Also, if you want to know more about the info and whereabouts of the Logan’s airport lounges as well as parking spaces then you can simply visit the LoungeBuddy feature within the Triplt app.