Traveling can really suck, especially when you’re stuck in airport security lines behind someone who has no idea what constitutes three ounces, or trapped in a stuffy, lightless airport terminal with a delayed flight. But there’s one thing that can make it all better: the airport bar. Sure, some are not worth the $12 it costs to buy a Coors Light, but there are a few that go above and beyond, and make traveling almost bearable. From Portland International Airport’s Rogue Ales to Orlando’s Cask & Larder, here are 10 airport bars you can count on during your layover.
Cask & Larder
Orlando International Airport
“Farm-To-Terminal” dining might sound like a marketing gimmick, but Cask & Larder is a genuinely great spot to grab a bite and a few drinks while in transit in Orlando. It offers Southern-inspired meals with seasonal ingredients and even features Gin & Tonics on tap. The eight beer taps serve up Cask & Larder beers brewed in Winter Park, FL, and their Public House Old Fashioned will take away any airport-induced stress.