Check, please: Where to eat at the airport before Thanksgiving travel

  • Updated: November 19, 2013 - 8:13 AM

Taste of Mill City Tavern at the airport offers seasonal fare for the Thanksgiving traveler.

Photo: DAVID JOLES • djoles@startribune.com,

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Traditionalists will like Ike’s Food & Cocktails (and its Concourse F sidekick, Ike’s on Summit), which serves a hot turkey dinner, complete with garlic mashed potatoes and gravy, sage-onion dressing and cranberry sauce. The comfort-minded menu also includes a turkey pot pie and a carved-to-order turkey sandwich.

The Mall and Concourse F

 

Surdyk’s Flights offers a pair of well-conceived turkey sandwiches: a baguette swiped with aioli and quince paste and stuffed with roast turkey and manchego cheese, and a panini built with roast turkey, apples, red onion and lingonberry sauce. Enjoy them with one of a dozen wine flights.

The Mall

 

Cobble together a sort-of T-giving meal with the current menu at Taste of Mill City Tavern. The airport’s locavore is featuring nutmeg-scented pumpkin soup topped with crème fraîche and hazelnuts, and a roast turkey sandwich served with a cranberry chutney. The bar pours a half-dozen locally brewed craft beers.

Concourse G, near gate 17

RICK NELSON

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