B4 You BoardAirport food is getting better and better, but sometimes there just isn’t enough time to grab a bite to eat before a flight. Still, you don’t want to risk the airline not having any food onboard, left over (by the time they get to you) or it being inedible—so what do you do?

For those travelers flying through Chicago O’Hare, JFK, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Sacramento, Salt Lake City and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airports B4 You Board—created by the airport dining giants HMSHost—makes it easy to dine at the airport if you’re in a rush. The menus at the B4 You Board-listed airports offer selections from breakfast to lunch to dinner to even appetizers. You can chose gate delivery or pick up food yourself from restaurants that include Balducci’s Food Lovers Market, Chili’s Too!, French Meadow Bakery & Café, Stanley’s Blackhawks Lounge, and Stefani’s Tuscany Café, to name just a few.

It’s free and available for iOS and Android.

H/t to Joe Brancatteli.

Johnny Jet
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1 Comment On "Travel App of the Week: B4 You Board"
  1. garrymargolis|

    Read the reviews before downloading it. Summary: it’s buggy and not worth the space.

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