Noobar - Concourse B
Over on Concourse B, Noobar comes to us from Hiroyuki Tanaka, who runs the highly popular 'Zama' restaurant in the heart of Philadelphia, as well as his other restaurant, 'Cozara'. Tanaka has established a reputation as one of the finest Japanese chefs in Philly and you can see why if you stop off at Noobar. There are some amazing sushi creations here, as well as noodle bowls and more. The kitchen is fully open, so you can admire the chefs at work, and it also features an option for people who want to simply order something quickly and take it with them onto the flight or elsewhere around the airport.
Germantown Biergarten - Concourse B
Also at Concourse B, you can find the Germantown Biergarten. A highly popular bar with leading experts putting together a great selection of craft beers, ales, and wines, Germantown Biergarten is a super spot to spend some time before a flight. A lot of people like to have a little drink before getting on a plane to ease their fears or nerves, and if you're traveling from Philadelphia Airport, this is definitely the place to do that.
Mezzogiorno - Concourse B
We're sticking with Concourse B, which is where you tend to find a lot of the best restaurants and eateries at Philadelphia Airport in general, for Mezzogiorno. Pizza is always a popular choice at airports. It's relatively quick to cook, easy to eat, and always delicious, and the pizzas at Mezzogiorno are simply magnificent. Making use of authentic Italian techniques and traditional wood-fired ovens, Mezzogiorno takes airport pizza to a new level. You definitely won't want to go back to fast food pizza after trying the pies at this place.