Last week, Delta's Terminal C at LaGuardia International quietly unveiled its newest restaurant, the 2,900-square-foot Biergarten. The focus here is, of course, on the beer, with a solid list selected by Brooklyn Brewery's master brewer Garrett Oliver that features craft beers from across the globe and local brews like Blue Point Summer Ale from Long Island, Bronx Pale Ale, Greenport Black Duck Porter, and Ommegang Hennepin. (Plus, of course, a pair of Brooklyn beers.) The food menu leans German?because it's a biergarten?with sandwiches and entrées in the teens, small plates like "Knocks in a Blanket," and five different sausage options. Like the JetBlue terminal at JFK and the other terminals run by the company OTG, the space's industrial feel was designed by the firm Icrave.
This is just the latest step in Terminal C's ongoing revamp, which will bring a ton of celebrity chefs there this year. Andrew Carmellini, Pat LaFrieda, and others have already opened up there, while a branch of Michael White's pasta and pizza concept Cotto and a Japanese restaurant from Jamison Blankenship of Chuko are both still on their way.
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