But you know what? At $12.50 for a Margherita pie that's made to order (and not "made to order" from a frozen puck in a microwave-convection oven), it's much better than it has a right to be.
'airports' on Serious Eats
Trekking across the country can be as tough on your patience as it is on your stomach, and with most airlines offering pretty lackluster in-flight dining options, grabbing a bite during a layover is usually a smarter option. When hunger struck on a layover at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, I opted for a Margherita pizza from Real Food Company.
[Photographs: Adam Kuban] The big news in LaGuardia-based pizza, of course, is that Dom DeMarco Jr. has opened a Di Fara–inspired pizzeria, Tagliare, in the Delta Air Lines terminal. I am not in the Delta terminal, where the pizza options are so promising. Instead, I took one for the team and sampled Joey's Pizza in the U.S. Airways Terminal....