T.W.A. Terminal Reopens With Food by Jean-Georges Vongerichten and More
The swooping landmark Eero Saarinen constructing that was the T.W.A. terminal at Kennedy International Airport has been reborn as a resort. Opening Wednesday, The Paris Cafe and Lisbon Lounge, each a part of the unique terminal, will characteristic meals by Jean-Georges Vongerichten, who can even handle the area.
At the Paris Cafe, there’s an all-day menu of dishes which might be more likely to have broad attraction. Among them are an egg sandwich, a broccoli and kale salad with a poached egg, pizzas, some pastas, in addition to burgers, tacos, fish and chips, and even beef tenderloin. Several specialties, just like the fried calamari, spring pea soup, crispy salmon sushi and black truffle pizza, are crowd-pleasers at a number of of Mr. Vongerichten’s different eating places. In the gorgeous area, stretches of glass overlook the runways, and there are curved white architectural accents and vivid pink and gold upholstery.
Also on the bottom flooring would be the Sunken Lounge, serving retro 1960s-style drinks full with swizzle sticks, and a brand new Pool Bar and Observation Deck on the roof of the brand new resort tower. They shall be run by the Gerber Group. In addition, the previous Departures Hall, the place vacationers as soon as checked in for flights, is now an space for fast takeout objects with some seating.
Terminal 5, Kennedy International Airport, twahotel.com.
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