LaGuardia Airport (LGA)

LaGuardia Airport (LGA)

Laguardia Airport, East Elmhurst
  • Meri S.
    "Then, sit back, relax and enjoy your flight."(183 Tips)
    Jonathan V.
    "Best places to grub: 5 Guys at D terminal, Crust in Delta Terminal"(79 Tips)
    Heidy M.
    "Artichoke pizza in terminal c is the best evvvverrrrr!!!"(68 Tips)
    Stephanie R.
    "Delta terminal D! The best service & pizza!"(42 Tips)
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  • The Onion
    The OnionJuly 26, 2010
    If you plan to be gone more than a few days, set an automatic timer to turn your lights on and off five times a second while pulsating techno music plays. Read more
    Upvoted 1 day ago
  • Eater
    EaterJuly 11, 2012
    Top dining options: Five Guys pre-security at term B, and term D has some great options like A Taste of Pat La Frieda, Crust, Taste of Bisoux and Taste of Taglaire. Read more
  • Elyse E.
    Elyse EstradaJune 27, 2014
    Protip: pillows stay on your bed at home. Stuffed animals also stay at home when they're large enough to warrant their own seat. And it's ok to bring a neck pillow if no one but your seat mate sees it
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Precious C.
    Very spacious! Go early for the TSA screenings. There's a new virus daily lines can be long. The airport food options are ok. I went to Pizza Hut. Wifi is available and charging stations for phones.
    Upvoted Jul 26
  • Talal A.
    Talal AlMadhi2 weeks ago
    Great enhancements to the Delta's terminal. Use one of their iPad stations to play games or watch the news while waiting for your flight. Five guys is there if you're hungry. Bon appetite!
  • Jessica L.
    Jessica LariNovember 27, 2013
    DID YOU KNOW that you can bring nips (the little airplane-sized bottles of alcohol) through security? Yep. As long as each bottle is 3oz or less & they fit in your liquids bag, you're good. Mind BLOWN
    Upvoted 1 week ago
  • Klaus F.
    Klaus FeldamJune 17, 2014
    Terminal D (Delta) is one of my favorite US terminals; great food choices, contemporary layout and iPads for everyone - whether you are in the gate area or in a restaurant. Superior experience.
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Steven G.
    Steven GodlewskiOctober 3, 2014
    Five guys burgers over in terminal b before you go through security is great. First time having one and it's in the top 3 of my fav fast food burgers now. Get it with the works
    Upvoted 1 week ago
  • Brandon M Q.
    Brandon M QueenOctober 10, 2010
    If you ever get to the airport like 2:30 early, you don't have to rush to your terminal, take some time to walk around and enjoy yourself. If you are with family and friends, just have a blast!!
  • Carly C.
    Carly Chan LiuAugust 8, 2014
    Crust, located in the gate C area, serves excellent breakfast options. Personal iPads are avail for use at each table. Perfect for solo dining.
    FlightCenter.comJanuary 3, 2012
    TSA TIP #3 Remove your laptop(s) and shoes/belts while waiting in line for the x-ray machines and carry them in your hands to be ready for the bins, remember laptops are placed in a bin by itself.
  • Stephanie R.
    Stephanie RuddDecember 30, 2011
    Delta Terminal has a great breakfast/ lunch buffet & Salad bar! U can sit at gates 1 & 2 to eat & charge all ur stuff before or after ur flight:) they also serve from "Crust" at these gates!
  • Nirmal D.
    Nirmal DeshpandeApril 26, 2013
    If in terminal B, grab olives and an honest tea at Cibo - a good, healthy salty snack before a flight. If you have time, the spicy chicken pizza at that upscale pizza bar in the food court is tasty
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Shalet V.
    Shalet VargheseNovember 21, 2013
    IPads available to everybody for browsing. A nice touch. Although most of be people carry their own device. A lot of electrical outlets for charging. Excellent!Seats at the waiting area is not comfy.
  • cwh
    cwhNovember 4, 2014
    have always preferred LGA over JFK/EWR. a little bit closer and a little bit smaller. it's no nonsense. centurion lounge (even though it's pre-security) is a nice new addition.
  • Emily L.
    Emily LoweNovember 16, 2013
    If traveling on a Delta flight and deciding between the red or white wines, go for the red. Although a Merlot, the red is medium bodied and surprisingly tart. The white is barely palatable.
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Tim O.
    Tim O'NeillMarch 18, 2013
    Transport into Manhattan is easy...take the M60 bus from LaGuardia to 125th St, and grab the green line subway downtown. Each leg is $2.50 with a Metrocard -- beats paying $40 for a cab!
  • Daniel B.
    Daniel BarnettOctober 19, 2014
    Amazing airport for 1684. The place is in dire need of a controlled implosion so it can be rebuilt from the ground up. Maybe in that process, they'll fix their rodent issues at Dunkin Donuts.
  • Anne W.
    Anne WSeptember 21, 2013
    Bisoux is fantastic food and adult-beverage wise. Just make sure you don't get too caught up in sampling the goods or else you might get paged for your flight. Not that I'd know. ;-)
  • Monica L.
    Monica LinkApril 14, 2011
    Airport smaller than expected, but big enough to miss your plane if you're not there early. The food is great and the shops have last minute stuff to buy for family and friends looking for Big apple m
  • Brian H.
    Brian HoeftApril 6, 2012
    The CIBO express food markets (spot the blue and white logo) sells terrific grab-n-go. Really. Fresh and tasty with variety and decent prices. I now look forward to that when I fly.
  • Dexter M.
    Dexter MullinsFebruary 3, 2014
    Now that Delta has renovated their terminal, it is by far the best one! Lots of food and drink options after security, plugs everywhere and free WiFi! They all need to do this (ahem UNITED)...
  • Vivienne G.
    Vivienne GucwaOctober 8, 2014
    You know those survival-horror video games? The ones where all humanity has been stripped from the skeletal remains of places that once were teeming with life?Terminal B is pretty much like that.
  • Christine W.
    Christine WagnerAugust 21, 2014
    The staff for Delta were incredibly nice. I had never flown before and was nervous. Everything was clearly labeled and there were kiosks everywhere for people just to help if you had a question.
  • Peter S.
    Peter ShankmanMarch 23, 2010
    For $2.25 or one Metrocard swipe, you can get downtown via the MTA M60 bus which connects to the N/R Train, also goes across bridge to 125th . During rush hour, its TONS faster than a cab.
    Upvoted 3 days ago
  • Nikki B.
    Nikki BeauchampJune 25, 2013
    The M60 can be a gem. An affordable and efficient alternative to taking a taxi. I often will plan to take it to and from LGA especially when I'm traveling light.
  • Liz Z.
    Liz ZaleApril 18
    For an am flight out of Terminal B, get there on the early side so you can grab your breakfast at Dunkin Donuts or Au Bon Pain before security, there's only one place for coffee on the other side
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Omar L.
    Omar Loggia1 week ago
    There's a MetroCard vending machine right where you catch the M-60 bus (Manhattan-LaGuardia bus). From baggage claim level, follow signs to "buses to Manhattan." also buy at the convenience stores
    Upvoted 1 day ago
  • John P.
    John PasierbowiczJanuary 3, 2013
    look for the priority line at each security checkpoint as it will save you time if you qualify. Especially if someone breaches security so everyone there has to go through security a second time!
  • Nakisha
    NakishaMarch 17, 2013
    There are multiple taxi stands. Everyone from your flight will go to the nearest one and stand in line for an hour. Be savvy and take a 5min walk to the *next* stand which will usually have no line.
  • Dan
    DanJanuary 21, 2015
    Taxi's are always waiting if you go all the way to the end of baggage claim and just after you turn the corner. Facing the doors turn right and walk all the way to the end.
  • Steve L.
    Steve LubomMarch 1, 2012
    Don't wait for a cab! If at main terminal head outside and make a right and keep walking past where you think you should go - all the way to the end. Always cabs. Never a line.
  • Yasser A.
    Yasser ASeptember 18, 2010
    If you go to Au Bon Pain and want the yogurt, get the smaller 8 oz size even though you can get the 16 oz for like a dollar more. You don't need that much yogurt.
  • Riley the Aussie
    Riley the AussieJuly 20, 2012
    Despite it costing $150 to travel with a pet on most airlines, at least this airport is very pet friendly. Lots of space to rest, outside of the bag of course.
  • Eric K.
    Eric KwiatkowskiSeptember 9, 2011
    When you're leaving beat the line by either hitting up the cab stand to the far right or walking around the building to the left to the lot where the cabs originate from.
  • LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
    LaGuardia Airport (LGA)January 31, 2014
    Flying through La Guardia Airport today? We have yummy food sampling events with Sabra hummus (near Gate D, before security) & PepsiNEXT (near Gate C, before security) from 1-5pm. Read more
  • John A.
    John AntosSeptember 23, 2014
    Delta terminals C & D are really cleaned up with good food options and iPads to use. Try mass transit into the city, Q70 express bus to Roosevelt subway stop, then E train to Times Square/42nd Street
  • Matt N.
    Matt NJanuary 13, 2012
    The pizza place in the delta terminal that replaced sbarros is awesome. Probably one of the top 5 in all of new York and long island. Funny it's in an airport.
  • Orley J. P.
    Orley J. P.March 31, 2014
    Haven't tipped in a while! But indeed, welcome to NYC. There is something to do every day here without a doubt. Not going to lure you to a website, tell you where to go, just get out there & explore!
  • Erick R.
    Erick RojasJune 6, 2013
    Remember to take your laptop out from any case that you may have it in at security. Also, keep in mind wearing new socks (or at least socks without holes in them).
  • Peter V.
    Peter VigeantMay 5, 2013
    LaGuardia Airport took the place of one of New York City's most popular theme park, Sockman Park, known for the ride that inspired "It's a Small World," "The Fantastic Orb of Nations."
  • Adam B.
    Adam BierJune 11, 2013
    Great food options in a little store near gate D1 if you want something fresh and healthy. Salads, fruit, nuts, real ginger ale (good for bumpy flights)...
  • Kevin M.
    Kevin MullettDecember 6, 2013
    Grab a seat at your terminal and use the free iPads to surf, plus order food, water, whatever and they will bring it right to you with no surcharge! No free wi-fi for your stuff though.
  • Jolene
    JoleneOctober 21, 2013
    Bring your phone charger, and plug into the abundant outlets to access the magnificent power supply. Amazingly, there is no extra fee to do this. But don't bring an extra bag, that'll cost you.
  • Betsy P.
    Betsy PaynterAugust 29, 2013
    "Empire Tavern" is conveniently located right near gates 15-24. Be warned their menu consists pretty much of cold pre-made sandwiches. If you just want a drink it doesn't get much more convenient
  • Anna-Liisa B.
    Anna-Liisa BenstonOctober 25, 2011
    Au Bon Pain is the only place with multiple outlets. So if your stuck here waiting for your luggage because Spirit Air is shit... You can go there and get good food and get some work done
  • Silvano
    SilvanoJuly 9, 2011
    If your flight came from south I hope it was during the day and your seat was on the left hand side. The view from the statue and Manhattan are just amazing!
  • LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
    LaGuardia Airport (LGA)February 3, 2014
    Delayed at LGA today? We have you covered with food deals, Super bowl merchandise & much more. Last chance to enter our "Big Fan Pak" contest - tweet #BigGameLGA to @ShopLaGuardia this afternoon. Read more
  • Tabitha J.
    Tabitha Johnson2 weeks ago
    It's fine. iPads everywhere, even when you sit at a restaurant. You have to move it aside to chat with the person you are with. Oh, and you have to order all foods through the app on the iPad.
  • City Food Tours
    City Food ToursMarch 20, 2012
    Whether u r a local or visitor there's plenty 2 do in the Big Apple! Consider City Food Tours 4 a fun & filling way 2 explore. If ur stuck at LAG, make ur own mini-tour @Papaya King & Joey's NY Pizza
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