The locavore movement has landed at MSP. Here are some of our favorite places to dig in at the airport. 

Angel Food Bakery & Coffee Bar: The downtown Minneapolis post has extended its drool-worthy cache of artisan baked goods — including some gluten-free options — and craft pastries to patrons on the go.

Find it: Concourse E; angelfoodmn.com

Black Sheep Coal-Fired Pizza: If you didn’t think you could get genuine coal-fired pizza at the airport, think again. Black Sheep spins its artisan thin-crust pies faster than wheels on a runway.

Find it: Airport Mall; blacksheeppizza.com

Dunkin’ Donuts: Dunkin’ Heads rejoice. The fast-food joint with the cultlike following will put you on a sugar high before your head is in the clouds.

Find it: Airport Mall; dunkindonuts.com

French Meadow Bakery & Cafe: Meals in the main seating area can be hit-or-miss, but there’s plenty to love about the fresh pastries, muffins and breads, as well as the Peoples Organic coffee, all available in the grab-and-go portion of the cafe.

Find it: Airport Mall and Concourse F; frenchmeadowcafe.com

Holy Land Deli: This Minnesota institution peddles its locally famous gyros, hummus and falafel from MSP’s new “Food Truck Alley.” Yep, there are actual trucks.

Find it: Concourse E; holylandbrand.com

Ike’s Food & Cocktails: Whether it’s a massive salad, a steak or a loaded Bloody Mary you’re after, this downtown landmark repeat serves up huge portions and decadent breakfasts, and gets you feeling mighty fine before takeoff.

Find it: Airport Mall and Concourse F; ilikeikes.com

Lake Wine and Cheese: The Uptown staple is now an airport favorite. Patrons can purchase bottles from the global wine selection or indulge in a glass and a small plate.

Find it: Airport Mall; lakewinespirits.com

LoLo American Kitchen: A fully open kitchen and bar provides the entertainment at this sustainable and local street foods and cocktail emporium.

Find it: Concourse E; loloamericankitchen.com

Mill City Tavern: If you want to forget you’re at an airport, Step 1 is getting a seat at Mill City, where you can feast on steelhead trout gravlax with crème fraîche and bone-in pork chops. But good luck with those airport-mandated plastic knives.

Find it: Concourse G.

Minnibar: This bar might look like a typical quick-cocktail-and-run station, but there is stuffed quail, heirloom tomato tarts and croque monsieurs hiding behind that innocent exterior.

Find it: Concourse G. 

Red Cow: The popular gourmet burger bar (in "Food Truck Alley") offers all of the upscale pub favorites from its three locations along with craft beers and wine.

Find it: Concourse E; redcowmn.com

Republic: This burger and beer emporium offers up old favorites from the Seven Corners eatery in a spiffy new space.

Find it: Concourse D; republicmn.com

Roasting Plant: For coffee-craving wanderers, the “javabot” can roast up to four bean varietals in a single cup.

Find it: Concourse E; roastingplant.com

Salty Tart: Local James Beard nominee Michelle Gayer brings her bakery to “Food Truck Alley,” complete with crafted sandwiches, baguettes and breakfast items.

Find it: Concourse E; saltytart.com

Shoyu: The gold- and blue-tinged atmosphere is intriguing — and the menu is more so, tempting with broth bowls, super-fresh sushi and Japanese-inspired sandwiches.

Find it: Concourse G.

Smack Shack: Smack Shack, which originated as a food truck, sells its signature lobster roll along with other fishy delights.

Find it: Airport Mall; smack-shack.com

Stone Arch: Beer is the name of the game at this open-concept bar and restaurant. Minnesota’s robust microbrewery industry is highlighted and brewmasters will occasionally visit for discussions.

Find it: Airport Mall.

Vero: If you’re a fan of Ann Kim’s work at Pizzeria Lola, a stop at her airport enterprise is worth your time. These artisanal pies are a little more traditional than what she serves up at her southwest Minneapolis flagship, but her creative flair is evidenced throughout the menu.

Find it: Concourse G.

Vino Volo: This national award-winning wine bar and wine club has finally made its way to Minnesota, where it offers its signature wine flights and small bites along with bottles for purchase.

Find it: Concourse C; vinovolo.com

Volante: This isn’t Sbarro or baked ziti. Volante, a project of Piccolo’s Doug Flicker, boasts snacks like arancini and Sicilian tuna antipasti as well as composed pasta dishes such as seafood linguine and spaghetti all’Amatriciana.

Find it: Concourse G.