Updated Oct 18, 2023 - Food and Drink

Your guide to dining at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

A large restaurant in the center of the airport, with people eating at round tables. An orange sign reads Stone Arch.

Stone Arch in Terminal 1 is one of MSP's most popular restaurants. Photo: Audrey Kennedy/Axios

Don't resign yourself to a sad sandwich at the gate. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport has over 140 concession options across the two terminals for every kind of traveler.

πŸ— For the local flavor: Chef Justin Sutherland opened a third location in early October of his Southern comfort food restaurant Northern Soul in Terminal 1's MSP Mall.

  • Food Truck Alley in Terminal 1, Concourse E features Twin Cities restaurants Holy Land Deli and Red Cow.
  • Or, grab a locally-made sweet treat at T-Rex Cookie's new stand at Terminal 1, Concourse C.

πŸ’Ί Staying close to your gate: MSP ASAP offers delivery from roughly 15 airport restaurants, like Blue Door Pub, Caribou Coffee and Ike's Clubhouse to passengers, no matter where they are.

πŸŒ… Got an early flight: Angel Food Bakery in Terminal 1, Concourse E opens at 5am with freshly made donuts from the bakery's St. Louis Park location.

🍺 If you need a beer: Stone Arch in Terminal 1's MSP Mall partners with the Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild to keep around 30 local brews on tap.

βŒ›οΈ Running late: If you're really short on time, Farmer's Fridge vending machines dispense freshly made salads, grain bowls and wraps.

  • Plus, its app has a list of each machine's inventory so you don't waste time wandering.

Editor's note: This story was originally published in December 2021 and updated October 2023.

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