News and notes from around the interweb:
- The best restaurants don’t try to deliver food that will be liked by everyone, and aren’t the places everyone thinks they are supposed to like. I’m not sure I agree Yelp is the best place to find the best places, but it’s a good place to find people who don’t like the best food.
I only eat at Chinese restaurants with 3.5 stars on Yelp pic.twitter.com/nwKjeI9bcd
— Freddie Wong (@fwong) September 13, 2022
- A rundown of the restaurants in the Austin airport no, Salt Like isn’t actually good in the airport (or in Driftwood!) but it’s far better than the Salt Lick location in the DFW airport A terminal, and no not all concessions at the airport are local anymore (there’s even a Starbucks now). The messed up contracting process that involves the city council here even cost it a Centurion Studio lounge. And they’re using eminent domain to renege on a contract they signed, in order to seize land they already own. But it’s my home airport, and I love it, even though they’ll eventually ruin its easy in-and-out.
- American Airlines offering hot meals in first class and food for purchase on 1300+ mile flights instead of 1500+ mile flights, reports JonNYC.
— 🇺🇦 JonNYC 🇺🇦 (@xJonNYC) September 13, 2022
- Allegiant lost a passenger’s prosthetic leg only recovering it 12 days later after media got involved.
- So many people tried to track Queen Elizabeth’s final flight they crashed the app (HT: @crucker)