Paradise Bakery Locations
Almost everybody complains that airplane food sucks. But that does have to correlate to food on airports? Pricey, bland, frozen, mass produced food provided by suppliers like Sysco, so far, my experience would agree with that statement. However, I must admit I might be mistaken, as I have been through only that many, including YVR (Vancouver International), Pearson (Toronto), Baltimore-Washington, O’Hare (Chicago), Philadelphia International and, most recently, St. Louis-Lambert and Denver International. And, as mentioned yesterday, my pseudo-dependency on Gravol.On my last trip, I had to stop by Denver for a bit longer than expected (as in 6 hours…). After re-scheduling my trip, it was time to look for something to eat. I soon found out Denver International is big! I was in Concourse C and took me a couple of minutes to walk from one end to the middle point. And, when I got there, there were several restaurants, including fast food chains (read: MickeyD’s, among others). Was this the end of my streak? After walking around, I decided to stop at Paradise Bakery.