JetBlue Adds More Bites from the Big Apple to the T5 Menu in First Major Restaurant Update at its Home Terminal at JFK Airport
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“We take our position as New York’s
The new T5 restaurants will include:
Lil’ Sweet Chick – Along with some of the best fried chicken and waffles in
New York City, Sweet Chick serves rustic but modern American comfort food including twists on classic dishes and home-baked desserts. The Lil’ Sweet Chick to-go concept will offer bites similar to the entrees available in restaurant’s locations on the Lower East Side of Manhattanand in Long Island City, Prospect Parkand Williamsburg.
KorillaBBQ – With menu items including tacos and burrito-style wraps infused with Korean flavors, KorillaBBQ began with food trucks offering an innovative take on Korean food. The original goal was to share the goodness of Korean food and culture. Now with restaurants in midtown
Manhattanand downtown Brooklyn, KorillaBBQ has redefined Korean barbecue serving all-natural, healthy and fresh food.
Melt Shop - Founded in 2011 in
New York City, Melt Shop is a melted sandwich restaurant that uses only the best ingredients. As the pioneers of the melted sandwich movement, the restaurant offers a variety of melted sandwiches, tots, tenders, breakfast, beer, wine, and shakes.
- Otto’s Tacos – New York’s best Mexican taqueria isn’t just about tacos, it’s about the best tacos you’ve ever had. Tortilla are made from scratch daily topped with seasoned and seared fillings. The streamlined menu includes Street Tacos assembled on fresh masa tortillas and signature dishes like the Gorgon, and craveable sides like Masa Fries.
Ovenly – Known for their innovative flavor combos and named
New York'sbest bakery many times over, the company joyfully creates delicious treats that intersect that magical place between savory and sweet (think currant-rosemary scones or pistachio-cardamom cake).
Shake Shack– Born in Madison Square Parkin Manhattan, this modern day “roadside” burger stand is known for its 100% all-natural Angus beef burgers, chicken sandwiches and flat-top Viennabeef dogs (no hormones or antibiotics – ever), spun-fresh frozen custard, crinkle cut fries and more.
- The Little Beet – Where wellness meets freshness, The Little Beet was founded with one simple philosophy: to serve real food, deliciously. Inspired by local, seasonal and natural ingredients, the restaurant created a menu that offers wholesome food that makes you feel good about eating it, and even better after.
“These seven new restaurants will help bring the best of
In addition to terminal mainstays – 5ivesteak,
Baked By Melissa – Famous for its signature, bite-size treats, Baked By Melissa began by offering cupcakes from a pick-up window in the SoHo neighborhood in
Manhattan. The cupcake shop now has 14 locations and ships baked goods nationwide.
- Bar Veloce – This New York wine bar serves a wide-range of wines, beers, cocktails and “Italian elixirs” paired with bites like bruschetta, paninis and meat-and-cheese assortments.
Candy Bar– T5’s sweetest concessionaire and one of New York’s most recognizable brands, has successfully merges the worlds of art, fashion and pop culture with candy.
New York Minute – This first-of-its-kind concept store in partnership with GrowNYC offers locally-produced products and sundries from
New York Cityand New York State.
WhereTraveler Books + More – In addition to national best sellers, magazines and travel items, shoppers can find museum-quality books and products focusing on
New York City.
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