Guide to Boston Airport (BOS): What to Do, Eat & Drink

Easily navigating through an airport is as challenging as traveling around a new city without experience or guide.  Should I take a nap at SFO’s Terminal 2? How long will it take to SeaTac for Beecher’s Mac & cheese?

And many more questions may hit your mind with confusion. Relax! Just follow our serious and comprehensive guide to America’s airports. Here, we bring you the TripIt airport guide to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and know about airport parking.

About BOS

Boston Logan International Airport is one of the 20 busiest American airports and the largest airport in New England. Situated in East Boston, BOS is a hub for Delta and JetBlue. Being an emerging hub for major carriers, such as American, Logan airport offers services for both domestic and international routes, especially for European airlines.

Just a few kilometers from downtown, you can reach the airport within 10 minutes by car and 20 minutes by public transportation. You can opt for MBTA’s Blue Line Subway or Silver Line Bus Rapid Transit service. You can also go for rental car companies that operate out of the consolidated Rental Car Center on-property. You can use TripIt’s Navigator feature to estimate the best price for your options to and from the airport.

BOS airport features over 100 gates, splitting across four connected terminals, including one international terminal. Enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the airport.


Start with Legal Sea Foods, which is a longtime Boston seafood restaurant throughout the airport.

You can enjoy Boston classics like Boston Cream Pie and clam chowder at Dine Boston Café at Terminal E. Celebrity Chef, Todd English’s Bonfire also makes a great choice for loads of grilled entrees, steaks, and burgers.  Another recently opened Stephanie’s restaurant at Terminal B can get you sophisticated comfort food items.

Other typical restaurants are Sbaroo, Wendy’s and Wolfgang Puck Express. Grab the best sandwich at Potbelly if you are around Terminal C.

Outside the airport, you can visit the Australian-inspired Ko Pies and Italian Express Pizzeria within a few minutes.


Home of renowned breweries like Samuel Adams, Boston offers amazing Beer tastes. Enjoy a variety of local brews and a full bar at Boston Beer Works located at Terminal C, or go to well-known Harpoon located in terminal A.

Don’t forget to visit Vino Volo wine bar at Terminal A to order by flight, glass, or bottle. Enjoy signature Bloody Mary menu with delicious toppings such smoked bacon and jumbo shrimp at Stephanie’s restaurant.


The 9/11 outdoor terminal is one of the most fascinating and must-see attractions at Boston Logan International Airport. It’s a glass sculpture that greets visitors from the flights that left the city.

Children can have fun at playgrounds, dubbed “Kidoport.” You can also go to public art program that features both permanent and rotating exhibits. The greatest strength of this airport is that you can visit many of Boston’s best attractions in just 10-20 minutes.

Airport Lounges 

BOS has multiple airline lounges, such as United Club lounge at Terminal A and C, Delta Sky Club at Terminal A and American Airlines Admirals Club at Terminal B.

International lounges, like Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse, Air France, British Airways and Lufthansa are located at Terminal E. You can access whereabouts of Logan’s airport lounges by using the LoungeBuddy feature in TripIt app.