The McNamara Terminal has the most restaurant options of the two main passenger terminals at Detroit Airport, so you’ll have a lot of choices to check out if you’re traveling via this terminal. Here are some overviews of a few of the top eateries at the McNamara Terminal.
-Bigalora Wood-Fired Cucina - Central Link
Located in the Central Link area of the McNamara Terminal, Bigalora Wood-Fired Cucina is easily one of the best restaurants in the whole of Detroit Airport. While so many airport eateries tend to just be fast food locations or over-priced sit-down restaurants, ,Bigalora Wood-Fired Cucina strikes a nice balance between getting high food out promptly and keeping its prices competitive. There are several Bigalora locations around Detroit and they're all well-known for offering top class pizzas cooked in the authentic, Italian style.
-LongHorn Steakhouse - A63
Over by Gate A63, LongHorn Steakhouse is one of the must-visit eateries for frequent travelers in and out of Detroit Airport. Providing truly top class dining all through the day, including at breakfast-time, LongHorn Steakhouse really excels with its steaks and burgers. If you're looking for something lighter, you can find smaller sandwiches and salads at this place too.
-Harvest & Grounds - C11
Sometimes, when you're waiting around at an airport and start feeling a little hungry or thirsty, you don't necessarily want a big meal or fast food burger. Maybe you just want a good cup of coffee and a freshly-baked treat? If so, Harvest & Grounds is the place to be. It's located over by Gate C11 and features some excellent coffee options and a nice range of freshly baked breads and cakes.
-Sora - A35
If you're in the mood for something a little different from the usual burgers, steaks, and pizzas of many airport restaurants, Sora is a good place to check out. Over by Gate A35, this popular Japanese chain has locations all over the globe and keeps things simple at Detroit Airport with a small but enjoyable menu of sushi, ramen, and more.