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Found an interesting article on Thrillist where they ranked the 72 “most meaningful” (their words) airports in the United States, by the quality of the food and drink options there.

The list goes from #72 (Bozeman Yellowstone International) down to #1 (I won’t spoil it for you)

Take a look at the list and see if you agree with the rankings.  I was kind of bummed that my home airport of CVG (Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky) was all the way down at #62, but I’m not much of an airport food kind of guy.

I’d rather get my food for free at airport lounges anyways!

(READ: Free Lounge access with your Chase Ink card)

(READ: Airport Lounge Review: The Club at ATL and how to get in for free)

(READ: Lounge Review: AmEx Centurion Lounge Las Vegas Airport)

(READ: Which United Lounge is the best one to go to?)

Do you agree with their list? What’s your #1 airport for food and drink?  Leave a comment below!

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